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‘Exactly where I was meant to be’

As I reflect on my time as editor amid today’s uncertain world, one thing is certain: the M&G’s importance in our media landscape

Khadija Patel resigns as Mail & Guardian editor-in-chief

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.

Sanef stands in solidarity with the M&G and other media houses facing financial challenges

Sanef call on members of the public, corporates, donors and government to support the media industry and journalism during this critical time

A year in the life of the M&G

Editor-in-chief, Khadija Patel, writes about the year that was, what we reported and why we reported on it

What CSA won’t fix this weekend

The beleaguered cricketing body could well swing the axe on Saturday but swapping the bodies in the boardroom will not be enough

Slice of life: A gathering to say farewell

We had gathered the fragments of ourselves in a moment of togetherness, sharing a memory of someone well known, but better loved.

What we do is important. Trust us

Given attacks against media and important questions being raised about our work, we need to be open about why we do what we do

Report dims Cyril’s halo

Mkhwebane’s investigation has put party funding in the spotlight, but her motives have been queried

Mo Sa-la-la-la-lah reduces Islamophobia

Salah’s popularity is particularly notable. One popular chant heard around Anfield these days goes like this: 'Mo Sa-la-la-la-lah, Mo Sa-la-la-la-lah'

North West opts to keep ANC in power

The party has won over 60% of the vote, down from 67.39% in 2014.

Listen: I’m an underdog person says Survé

In conversation with Mail & Guardian editor Khadija Patel last week, Iqbal Survé insisted that everyone who is critical of him has been unfair.

Post State of the Nation Address

Suggestions were made for South African citizens to spoil their ballots, to show politicians how dissatisfied they are

The world according to Dr Survé

Iqbal Survé’s business success has bought him the ultimate luxury: his own version of reality

EFF seizes on divisions in the ANC

The Economic Freedom Fighters are targeting Pravin Gordhan, a symbol of unity, and fighting the battle of disgruntled ANC members

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