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Uncaptured: The money problem and the journalists who have 'stopped looking'
Uncaptured: The money problem and the journalists who have 'stopped looking'
Investigative journalists helped pull South Africa back from a precipice by exposing the depth of state capture. But they are now staring into...
Battle of ideas in the newsroom
Battle of ideas in the newsroom
In 2017, 14 050 people died in road accidents in South Africa. When 2018’s count is eventually tallied up, the death of journalist and editor...
Nene asks to be relieved of his duties — report
Nene asks to be relieved of his duties — report
Following a public apology for meeting the Gupta brothers at their Saxonwold home instead of a public place, Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene has...
​#StateCaptureInquiry: Zondo to hear from treasury top brass
​#StateCaptureInquiry: Zondo to hear from treasury top brass
On Wednesday, the commission of inquiry into state capture will hear evidence from Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene who is expected to reveal details...
Mining investment scheme bites PIC in report
Mining investment scheme bites PIC in report
The re-evaluation of an investment in Bophelo Insurance Group (BIG) has come back to bite the Public Investment Corporation (PIC) in the company’s audit report of its 2018 financial year, causing an impairment loss of over R82.2-million....
SA editors launch defamation claim against Bell Pottinger over 'WMC' campaign
SA editors launch defamation claim against Bell Pottinger over 'WMC' campaign
Three prominent South African editors have lodged a defamation claim against AIG Europe, the insurer for now defunct Bell Pottinger, over the fallen UK media relations giant's role in the so-called "white...
Media professionals respond to 'Stratcom' allegations
Media professionals respond to 'Stratcom' allegations
Media professionals have come out defending themselves on allegations labelling them "Stratcom" agents on front-page articles published by all...
Paper review: What's making the headlines in today's papers?
Paper review: What's making the headlines in today's papers?
Sars commissioner Tom Moyane could find himself out of a job in a matter of days. Business Day understands that the issue of Moyane’s removal...
AmaBhungane journo 'lucky we don't fight black people' - BLF after alleged assault
AmaBhungane journo 'lucky we don't fight black people' - BLF after alleged assault
AmaBhungane investigative journalist Micah Reddy was allegedly assaulted by Black First Land First (BLF) members in Braamfontein after a panel...
Survé claims against M&G skewed
Survé claims against M&G skewed
South Africa's newest newspaper mogul Iqbal Survé claimed that the M&G is out to get him because he wouldn't...
Government fund buys 25% stake in Independent News
Government fund buys 25% stake in Independent News
According to the newspaper on Tuesday, the fund already owns a 19.5% stake in the Times Media Group, which publishes Business Day and...
News anchors: When words that slip out are a slip up
News anchors: When words that slip out are a slip up
In the fortnight of "The Spear" madness we have just emerged from, did anyone spare (or spear) a thought for the long-suffering news anchors who...

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