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Zuma has agreed to meet ANC top six over ConCourt impasse — Ramaphosa

The president says the message to Jacob Zuma will be a simple one: respect the rule of law

Editorial: Media must hold media to account

There’s a reason those in power seek to limit journalists’ freedoms: our stories shine a light on their wrongdoing. However, we must also speak up when the wrongdoing is inside our own camp

The Covid-19 media survival guide

The pandemic hit journalists hard when credible news was most vital. The M&G spoke to newsroom leaders, researchers and stakeholders, who said the only way to sustain the industry is by investing in quality journalism

M&G is most trusted weekly news brand

In a poll by the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, based at Oxford University, the Mail & Guardian emerged as the most trusted weekly publication in South Africa

‘Fake news’ fears as Covid-19 highlights the dangers of misinformation

Reliable news coverage is needed more than ever, but trust in the media is at an all-time low

Editorial: Enforce the law lawfully

"Until the law itself makes it nigh impossible for tragedies like Tatane, Marikana and Khosa to occur without real consequence, our fractured relationship with authority will persist."

Ramaphosa says recession announcement is ‘not a surprise’

President warns of tougher economic times ahead as the world’s leaders plan for a global economic slowdown

Editorial: Farewell, Ray Louw

As much as he was an editor for that era, he was also a journalist for all ages

Media industry mourns the deaths of three veteran journalists

Herbert Mabuza, Zuluboy Molefe and Raymond Louw passed away within days of each other

Sanef heads to Equality Court to protect journalists, EFF to oppose bid

The South African National Editors’ Forum wants an end to the harassment and abuse of journalists and an apology from Malema and the EFF

Sanef seeks legal advice to protect journalists

The decision was taken after the forum's council meeting following the EFF's decline of a request to meet with the editors

Dlamini, Malema ban media from covering their events

According to eNCA, Minister Bathabile Dlamini was offended by camera person was pointing a camera at her

Mogoeng absent for more than half of ConCourt judgments

His absences from court this year have been criticised, but the Chief Justice defends his contribution to the judiciary

Gender gap widens in SA media

The latest media figures show that women are slowly advancing, but their experiences tell of little change at the top

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Zuma foundation claims ex-president was prepared to testify, but Zondo played politics

Zuma’s namesake organisation twists facts and the law – he told Zondo he would answer questions but only in private to the deputy chief justice

President urges caution against more contagious Covid variant as SA moves to level 1

The curfew is shorter, alcohol sale times almost normal and more people can meet at religious, social, political and cultural gatherings

Zulu land body challenges audit outcome

Ingonyama Trust Board chairperson Jerome Ngwenya has challenged the audit process in the face of a series of unfavourable ratings

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