M&G Media Limited director Thembisa Fakude has been seconded as the Mail & Guardian’s acting chief executive as Hoosain Karjieker shifts into the job of chairing M&G Media Limited board
Athandiwe Saba joins a leadership team headed by Ron Derby, who was appointed editor-in-chief of the 36-year-old publication in May this year
The pandemic hit journalists hard when credible news was most vital. The M&G spoke to newsroom leaders, researchers and stakeholders, who said the only way to sustain the industry is by investing in quality journalism
In her time at the Mail & Guardian, Patel was responsible for bringing stability to the newsroom and in the process assembled one of the best newsrooms in South Africa.
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As part of the same deal, current CEO Hoosain Karjieker becomes a minority shareholder. Trevor Ncube, the former publisher, has left the company.
Recommendations for reforming the press council have included a greater representation of citizens on the panels.
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The <i>Mail and Guardian</i>’s chief executive officer Hoosain Karjieker has been selected as the new chairperson of Print Media South Africa.
The M&G Media board has announced that Hoosain Karjieker will become chief executive and Anastacia Martin will become publisher of print and online.