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‘Tiso Blackstar is just the beginning’

With half of all journalism jobs gone in South Africa, one union is trying to halt the decline

EDITORIAL: Journalism is the antidote to state capture

The news media was a counterweight to a criminal enterprise that had captured the state

Media industry mourns the deaths of three veteran journalists

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

Sunday Times stripped of journalism award for Cato Manor ‘death squad’ reporting

In 2011, the paper ran a front page story titled "Shoot to Kill" which was authored by Stephan Hoffstatter, Mzilikazi wa Africa and Rob Rose

Lies, damn lies, and advertising

This is a time when serious journalism is required, ensuring that voters are kept informed

The world according to Dr Survé

Iqbal Survé’s business success has bought him the ultimate luxury: his own version of reality

WhatsApp limits forwarding function to fight misinformation

The messaging app announced an update to limit the number of times a user can forward a message after the network had been used to spread falsities

Uncaptured: How it all began

Part 1: Journalists helped pull SA back from a precipice by exposing the depth of state capture. But they are now staring into an abyss of their own

Uncaptured: The money problem and the journalists who have ‘stopped looking’

Part IV: Journalists helped pull SA back from a precipice by exposing the depth of state capture. But they are staring into an abyss of their own

EFF, DA in Twitter spat over DA chief whip’s qualifications

The EFF's Floyd Shivambu and Mbuyiseni Ndlozi mocked the DA's John Steenhuisen after a media report revealed his highest qualification is matric

News media needs to save face

Its credibility is at stake and an open, all-encompassing approach needs to be taken

Sars makes my Monday

Since Tom's 'decommissioning' things at the revenue service are looking up

Editorial: Our power rests on the truth

Trustworthy information is a vital part of a healthy democracy

I got the death squad  ‘evidence’

A zillion emails await me – and a pile of newspapers, which is where I spot a chance to win the journo prize

Crime intelligence played reporters

A former Hawks spokesperson claims he alerted the Sunday Times to the fact that it was being used

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Scores die in Western Cape’s deadly taxi tit-for-tat

Forty-three people were shot dead in the first six months of this year in the Western Cape’s intractable taxi violence, while close to 100 have been arrested and 40 are on court rolls in connection with the conflict

Ingonyama Trust Board moves to retrench staff

More than 50 workers at the Ingonyama Trust Board have been issued section 189 notices

Solar stuck where sun don’t shine: State spends R289m to store solar water heaters

The national solar water heater programme is set to take off once again this year, but meanwhile the government is spending millions on storing heaters that have yet to be installed

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Debt management amid Covid-19 and beyond

This webinar on Debt Management, sponsored by Debt Rescue, had its experts share a practical approach to debt management amid this crisis and beyond

NSTF-South32 Awards

All of the awards are made for outstanding contributions to science, engineering, technology and innovation in South Africa

The benefits of being a GEMS member

The scheme offers comprehensive and affordable healthcare options to all public service employees and greater access to better healthcare

The evolution of South Africa’s savings culture

A common misconception is that you need a lot of money to start saving, but this is simply not true – you can start with R50

Tobacco producers welcome new research confirming that cigarette ban has failed

Every day that goes by shows the importance of getting rid of this ban and going back to producing and selling cigarettes as we were before

Cost increases sharing of cigarettes

Many people are questioning whether the ban on tobacco in South Africa is not in fact having the opposite effect of that intended

How to tell if you have a hidden contact centre in your business

The important thing to remember is that a contact centre is defined less by the physical space it occupies and more by the customer experience it delivers

Accessing health and justice in a time of Covid-19

The similarities between the HIV epidemic and the Covid-19 pandemic are hard to ignore – the most obvious is the level of premature deaths caused by both

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