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‘People are generally so fucken switched off’ – how Lategan puts readers into his characters’ shoes

Free speech is costly

​Freedom of expression is one of the cornerstones of our nascent constitutional democracy, and it is unquestionably a principle worth defending

Editing Steve: The limits of free expression

'Over the years Steve Hofmeyr has reinvented himself from the poor man’s Brad Pitt to a singer to a political public commentator'

EDITORIAL: Hofmeyr? Seriously?

Hofmeyr isn’t capable of singing a new song; he just recycles his old hits, which are just some old folk songs from a rather nasty tradition.

Krog, Pauw speak out on newspaper’s decision to publish Hofmeyr’s views

The weekly Afrikaans paper was challenged on social media after it published an opinion piece by right-wing popstar Steve Hofmeyr.

Leaked SANDF document details powers of ‘control officer’ during state of emergency

On Sunday, Rapport, sister publication of News24, reported that the Presidency had started to compose regulations for a state of emergency.

Criticism of new locomotives has racial undertones – Prasa

Criticism of the Prasa's new train locomotives imported from Spain is laced with racial undertones, says group chief executive Lucky Montana.

Newspapers told to apologise to Pistorius

The press ombudsman has ordered Rapport and City Press to publish an apology for causing unnecessary harm to paralympian Oscar Pistorius.

Is Waldimar Pelser Afrikaans media’s last roll of the dice?

An important part of the young and prodigious Pelser's already tough job will be to win over black readers. He spoke to Charles Leonard.

Court throws out Zuma’s R5m case against Rapport

Beeld has reported President Jacob Zuma's defamation case of R5-million against Rapport has been dismissed with costs.

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Pay-TV inquiry probes the Multichoice monopoly

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​No apology or comfort as another Marikana mother dies without justice

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Covid-overflow hospital in ruins as SIU investigates

A high-level probe has begun into hundreds of millions of rand spent by the Gauteng health department to refurbish a hospital that is now seven months behind schedule – and lying empty

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