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Editorial: Journalism under attack in Africa
Editorial: Journalism under attack in Africa
The former Mail & Guardian editor, Angela Quintal, and Muthoki Mumo, formerly of Kenya’s Daily Nation, were detained overnight...
Jailed Myanmar Reuters reporters file appeal
Jailed Myanmar Reuters reporters file appeal
Lawyers for two Myanmar Reuters journalists filed an appeal on Monday against their seven-year jail sentence linked to their reporting on the...
Go inside a day in our newsroom: The realities of donor-funded journalism
Go inside a day in our newsroom: The realities of donor-funded journalism
It’s Monday morning and most reporters across the country are gearing up for daily or weekly diary meeting where they will discuss the day’s...
Letters to the editor: October 26 to November 1
Letters to the editor: October 26 to November 1
I have read the Mail & Guardian usually with interest and appreciation but in the past year I have realised that your newspaper has a...
Khashoggi was collateral damage
Khashoggi was collateral damage
‘I got news for you,” an irascible Thomas Friedman says in a recording from the Saban Forum (an annual United States-Israeli dialogue) in...
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We dare not speak its name
China demands apology after 'slap' at UK Tory meeting
China demands apology after 'slap' at UK Tory meeting
Beijing's embassy in London on Monday demanded an apology after a Chinese state TV journalist was removed from a fringe event about Hong Kong at...
​What should journalists be writing?
​What should journalists be writing?
It is tremendously difficult to write about the needs and the centrality of the spirit in our experience of being human — ­­for a newspaper. I imagine most readers come here to feed the hunger of their egos; to keep up with the latest indicators of human folly and achievement; to...
Joanne Joseph
Joanne Joseph
"For many years women were considered mere autocue monkeys, while men did the really hard-hitting journalism. Thanks to a few important women...
Mozambique imposes prohibitive new fees on foreign correspondents
Mozambique imposes prohibitive new fees on foreign correspondents
Mozambique is set to introduce prohibitively expensive fees for foreign journalists, in an apparent attempt to discourage reporting from the...
Letters to the editor: August 3 to 9
Letters to the editor: August 3 to 9
The recent taxi massacre of almost a dozen people by machine guns has left most people in shock, but I am not shocked in the least. This sort of...
Reuters reporters to face Myanmar trial for 'breaking' secrecy law
Reuters reporters to face Myanmar trial for 'breaking' secrecy law
Two Reuters reporters accused of breaking Myanmar's draconian secrecy law during their reporting of a Rohingya massacre must face trial, a judge...

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