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Feeling the freedom of the festival

The Free Thinkers lecture at the National Arts Festival's Think!Fest was not the only place where dialogue and freedom of expression was explored.

The ‘Sarah Baartmanisation’ of the black body

Songstress Simphiwe Dana pens a letter to City Press editor, Ferial Haffajee, on the role "The Spear" had in dehumanising black people.

Boycott fails, but City Press agrees to drop ‘The Spear’

City Press has opted to remove "The Spear" from its website, despite the apparent failure of the ANC's call for a boycott on the paper.

Stand up for freedom of expression

South Africans can participate in the fight for freedom of expresson at the Constitutional Conference.

Haffajee takes Miyeni on — out of court

Instead of a court face off, columnist Eric Miyeni and editor Ferial Haffajee had it out in the <i>City Press</i> on Sunday.

A tweeting tit for tat

When the War of the Races hots up the first casualty is the ability to actually listen to what people are saying, writes <b>Chris Roper</b>.

Eric Miyeni changes tune on Ferial Haffajee

<i>City Press</i> editor Ferial Haffajee has integrity, columnist Eric Miyeni has said, days after calling her a "black snake in the grass".

Avusa’s up-and-down shuffle

Eric Miyeni's controversial column in the <i>Sowetan</i> attacking <i>City Press</i> editor Ferial Haffajee sparked a domino effect.

Haffajee: Mea culpa from Avusa

The <em>Sowetan</em> newspaper apologised to <em>City Press</em> editor Ferial Haffajee on Thursday for publishing an insulting column.

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