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Nic Dawes: It’s time to start a new conversation

The Mail & Guardian's editor-in-chief reflects on years of working with a team that sets the bar.

M&G announces new editors

Chris Roper has been appointed editor-in-chief of the Mail & Guardian, and Angela Quintal has been appointed editor of the newspaper.

Mail & Guardian editor-in-chief Nic Dawes resigns

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.

Team M&G’s joBerg2c race – Final day

After nine days of cycling, M&G's editor-in-chief Nic Dawes and AmaBunghane's Craig McKune have completed the gruelling race and reached the ocean.

Team M&G’s JoBerg2C race – Day 3

We capture the highs and lows of the M&G’s cycling pair as they race across 900 kilometres of South Africa’s most challenging terrain.

Old Mutual JoBerg2C: Keeping up with the M&G’s bike trek

We follow M&G editor-in-chief Nic Dawes and amaBhungane reporter Craig McKune as they take part in the 910km Old Mutual JoBerg2C mountain bike race.

M&G Hangout: Is BEE spreading wealth in SA?

A decade after the advent of BEE, SA is still one of the most unequal countries in the world. Has BEE failed or is it a work in progress? We discuss.

M&G Newsroom: 28 January 2013

In our first edition we cover major news, talk all things tech, arts and culture, Africa and get insight from M&G editor Nic Dawes.

Pistorius pictures an error: Sanef

Publishing photos of Paralympian Oscar Pistorius during his court appearance was a mistake, the SA National Editors Forum said on Saturday.

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