M&G 30th

 
[Video]Makhanya: South Africa cannot survive without the M&G
[Video]Makhanya: South Africa cannot survive without the M&G
Former Mail & Guardian editor Mondli Makhanya highlights his biggest stories while at the helm, media freedom and the publication's role in SA.
[Video]Roper: Investigative journalism more important than ever
[Video]Roper: Investigative journalism more important than ever
Editor-in-chief Chris Roper looks back on the highlights of his time at the M&G, moving to digital and why investigative journalism is paramount.
[Video]Harber: The M&G is a troublemaker
[Video]Harber: The M&G is a troublemaker
M&G co-founder and former editor, Anton Harber, reflects on the challenges of starting the paper and the role it played in the country – then and now.
Innovative leader has to keep its sights on the future
Innovative leader has to keep its sights on the future
Big birthdays are bound to be nostalgic. We are probably thinner in the photographs dug out for the occasion, perhaps we are laughing. If we are...
A few post-retrenchment beers ... and a new paper is born
A few post-retrenchment beers ... and a new paper is born
Every five years I get a call from the Mail & Guardian: "It's our anniversary. Write something about the fun old days, how it all began....
M&G needed now just as much as it was 30 years ago
M&G needed now just as much as it was 30 years ago
When the Weekly Mail started printing 30 years ago, Billboard magazine's top 100 songs for 1985 had George Michael and Wham! at number...

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