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Miyeni calls for top editor’s head after Avusa shake-up

Eric Miyeni has called for Avusa to fire its editor-in-chief after the <i>Sowetan</i>'s acting editor quit over the column that got Miyeni fired.

Editors rally around Haffajee as Malema, Miyeni team up

Eric Miyeni has joined his voice to Julius Malema's as SA editors expressed solidarity with the target of the sacked columnist's ire, Ferial Haffajee.

Miyeni considers suing over Sowetan dismissal

Axed <i>Sowetan</i> columnist Eric Miyeni is considering taking legal action against the paper for sacking him over his column about Ferial Haffajee.

Youth league seeks meeting with ‘right-wing’ Sowetan

The ANC Youth League has requested a meeting with the "right-wing" <em>Sowetan</em> to demand an explanation for the dismissal of Eric Miyeni.

Haffajee to sue Eric Miyeni over ‘white masters’ column

<i>City Press</i> editor Ferial Haffajee is to take Eric Miyeni to court over his <i>Sowetan</i> column titled "Haffajee does it for white masters".

Limpopo premier ‘regrets’ calling for editor’s head

Limpopo premier Cassel Mathale on Wednesday retracted his call for <em>City Press</em> editor Ferial Haffajee to resign.

Limpopo premier takes aim at City Press editor

<em>City Press</em> editor Ferial Haffajee must resign, Limpopo premier, Cassel Mathale, said on Tuesday.

City Press challenges Malema on ‘faked’ signature

<i>City Press</i> has challenged ANCYL president Julius Malema to take legal action if he truly believed a newspaper reporter faked his signature.

Nic Dawes named as new M&G editor

M&G Media is pleased to announce the appointment of Nic Dawes and Rapule Tabane to lead its award-winning editorial team.

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