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The Weekly Mail was started in mid-1985 by a group of journalists who had been recently retrenched from the Rand Daily Mail and the Sunday Express, which had both closed down. The paper was run on a shoestring, but made possible by the revolution in “desktop publishing” of the 1980s. In the mid-1990s, a deal with the British paper The Guardian integrated that publication’s international content with the Mail’s South African coverage, beginning the process that would see The Weekly Mail become the Mail & Guardian.
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I went to my first interviews believing that the onus lay on the university to find good candidates — not on the applicants to ‘sell’ ourselves
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FNB Art Joburg director Mandla Sibeko speaks to Kwanele Sosibo about this year’s Open City, during which unlikely spots are turned into art spaces
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iwalewabooks offers artists, cultural workers and academics a roving space to explore aesthetic and intellectually rigorous modes of publishing
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The hot race for the top seats in the 120 seat NMB council is between 15 political parties and 16 independent candidates
ANC chairperson Gwede Mantashe told people in Daveyton to stop expecting handouts from the government
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