Cape Argus

 
Chinese South Africans still fight racism
Chinese South Africans still fight racism
In 1962, Norman Yenson was a third-year medical student at the University of the Witwatersrand. Being Chinese, he and his fellow students who were...
ANC Western Cape brings in Rasool to bolster election campaign
ANC Western Cape brings in Rasool to bolster election campaign
The ANC in the Western Cape has brought veteran Ebrahim Rasool back as a provincial elections boss, and with him at the helm, launched a campaign...
Falling circulation a sign of the Times, so why did Survé single out Dasnois?
Falling circulation a sign of the Times, so why did Survé single out Dasnois?
Independent News and Media South Africa proprietor Iqbal Survé has claimed the underperformance of the Cape Times, and specifically its...
Fired journalists defied Uhuru company policy
Fired journalists defied Uhuru company policy
The article "'Brown envelope' man accused again"...
'Brown envelope' man accused again
'Brown envelope' man accused again
The career of alleged "brown envelope" journalist Joe Aranes is experiencing a strange second life as controversy in the remote Northern Cape...
Rasool could be forced to fly back to face music
Rasool could be forced to fly back to face music
Speculation is mounting in ANC circles that Ebrahim Rasool, the former Western Cape premier who is South Africa's ambassador to the US, could be...
Rasool's massage of the media
Rasool's massage of the media
Companies linked to the Cape Argus's disgraced "brown envelope" journalists benefited to the tune of almost R53-million -- R10-million more...
French fugitive couple 'killed themselves'
French fugitive couple 'killed themselves'
The Independent Complaints Directorate (ICD) has cleared the police over the Sutherland, Karoo, shooting of French fugitives Philippe Ménière and...

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