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Slice of life: The taste of Africa
Slice of life: The taste of Africa
I was about 14 or 15 when I read a book called Without a Silver Spoon. I can’t remember who the author is or where it was set but what stood out...
Media must be rape activists, not bystanders
Media must be rape activists, not bystanders
In orientation week of 2008 I had a new group of journalism students working in the Grocott’s Mail newsroom in Grahamstown. We arrived for duty...
Hamba kahle Mntungwa, a militant diplomat of note
Hamba kahle Mntungwa, a militant diplomat of note
Tuesday morning. It’s absurdly early. Arthritis is a ruthlessly efficient alarm clock.
Cameroon’s controversial anti-terror law used to muzzle critical press
Cameroon’s controversial anti-terror law used to muzzle critical press
Over the last couple of years, large sections of Cameroonian media have not been kind to President Paul Biya, or his increasingly beleaguered...
The Zimbabwean journalist using fake news to fund real news
The Zimbabwean journalist using fake news to fund real news
‘If you’re an idiot on the internet, and you say stupid shit, you’re going to make a lot of money.”
Latest results see jump in Mail & Guardian circulation – again
Latest results see jump in Mail & Guardian circulation – again
It’s easy to be distressed about the state of journalism in South Africa. Despite encouraging innovations and growth in other mediums, newspaper...
VACANCY: Mid-level to senior journalist looking for the thrill of the news chase
VACANCY: Mid-level to senior journalist looking for the thrill of the news chase
The Mail & Guardian is re-positioning itself and we are on the hunt for new reporting talent. Do you have at least five...

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