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28 media companies in the dock for cartel conduct
28 media companies in the dock for cartel conduct
The Competition Commission has referred 28 media companies, including the Mail and Guardian, to the Competition Tribunal for prosecution...
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...

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