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Controversy overshadows annual State of the Newsroom report
Controversy overshadows annual State of the Newsroom report
The 2018 ‘State of the Newsroom’ report, an academic reflection on the state of journalism in South Africa, paints a bleak picture of the state...
From the archives: Thandi Modise, the knitting needles guerrilla
From the archives: Thandi Modise, the knitting needles guerrilla
This remarkable account gives a face and personality to that shadowy stereotype which we so often read about and fear, and which we understand...
Online site a new model for journalism
Online site a new model for journalism
I first worked as a journalist when I was a student in late 1980s South Africa. Apartheid was on its last legs.
​What should journalists be writing?
​What should journalists be writing?
It is tremendously difficult to write about the needs and the centrality of the spirit in our experience of being human — ­­for a newspaper. I imagine most readers come here to feed the hunger of their egos; to keep up with the latest indicators of human folly and achievement; to...
Weekly Mail drew a line on censorship
Weekly Mail drew a line on censorship
In the 1980s, as the apartheid state imposed successive states of emergency, including censorship of the media, The Weekly Mail began using...

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