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Unembargoed: Mail & Guardian December 16 - 20
Unembargoed: Mail & Guardian December 16 - 20
Zuma: From unifer to divider
Editorial: Turning the page at the M&G
Editorial: Turning the page at the M&G
For the last 32 years, the Mail & Guardian— and The Weekly Mail, its previous incarnation—has been South...
Mail & Guardian under new ownership
Mail & Guardian under new ownership
The Mail & Guardian has been acquired by the Media Development Investment Fund (MDIF), which is now the majority shareholder of M&G Media...
Unembargoed: Mail & Guardian December 8 - 14
Unembargoed: Mail & Guardian December 8 - 14
All the articles in this week’s Mail & Guardian are now free to read online
Living on hope at the M&G
Living on hope at the M&G
When the Mail & Guardian began life as the Weekly Mail in 1985, it would go on to become the most trusted chronicler of the brutalities of the...
After six years, M&G can spill the beans on Mac Maharaj
After six years, M&G can spill the beans on Mac Maharaj
On November 18, 2011, the Mail &Guardian’s front page blared a headline alongside a photo of then presidential spokesman Mac Maharaj:...
Internships at the M&G
Internships at the M&G
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Letters to the editor: May 12 to 18 2017
Letters to the editor: May 12 to 18 2017
South Africa is burning. We are told these are criminal elements. But the reality is that South Africans have been sold a pipe dream. In that dream...
Zamantungwa Khumalo joins the M&G as supplements and special projects editor
Zamantungwa Khumalo joins the M&G as supplements and special projects editor
The Mail & Guardian is proud to announce the appointment of Zamantungwa Khumalo as its supplements and special projects editor.
​M&G’s growing circulation shows the enduring power of print
​M&G’s growing circulation shows the enduring power of print
The Mail & Guardian remains the most resilient of print media publications in South Africa. Results from the Audit Bureau of Circulation...
Verashni Pillay: Why I’m leaving the Mail & Guardian
Verashni Pillay: Why I’m leaving the Mail & Guardian
I’ve been building up to October this year. It would mark one year as editor and I had planned to pen a letter to the Mail & Guardian...
Editor-in-chief Verashni Pillay leaves the M&G
Editor-in-chief Verashni Pillay leaves the M&G
The Mail & Guardian is sad but proud as it bids farewell to its editor-in-chief Verashni Pillay, who is set to join the Huffington Post’s new edition in South Africa as its editor-in-chief....

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