Join the Mail & Guardian, Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung and a panel of experts at the post-State of the Nation Address Critical Thinking Forum in Cape Town
The youth are South Africa’s key to reaching greatness, and for almost two decades, the Mail and Guardian have continuously recognised the impact the South African Youth make everyday with our 200 young South Africans initiative. See our latest winners here This year’s installation of M&G’s 200 Young South Africans boasts over 15 inclusive categories […]
The M&G has a responsibility to deplatform dehumanising views, to advocate for free speech but not allow hate speech
Media houses holding each other to account is essential to a working democracy, but false claims serve only to undermine that goal
In the coming weeks we will take you back, year by year, through our history and the history of this country and continent. So much has changed since 1985. So much more needs to change.
Matthew Buckland, 1974-2019
Digital news entrepreneur Matthew Buckland has died at age 45
It is a long established fact that a reader will be distracted by the readable content of a page when looking at its layout.
The M&G’s clarity of purpose and voice positions it better for success than some of its larger rivals. But it is not enough to be well positioned.
Governments and big business might be good, or bad – they require the same amount of oversight and investigation by media and civil society.
Three editors look back on the Mail & Guardian’s history – and forward to its future – as the paper celebrates its 30th birthday this month.
Three of the M&G’s 200 YSA discuss the country’s unemployment issues and the controversial topic of male initiation.
Nic Dawes will step down as the M&G editor-in-chief to join the Hindustan Times in New Delhi as chief content and editorial officer.
The Mail & Guardian has strongly objected to allegations made about it in an affidavit by police National Commissioner Jackie Selebi supporting his court application to stop the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) from prosecuting him. Selebi’s bid was being heard in the Pretoria High Court on Friday.