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.
Mkhwebane moves to halt ‘grossly unfair’ impeachment process
The ruling party has chosen its presidential candidate for the country's upcoming election. The current leader has promised to step aside after three terms, raising many questions about his motives.
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Dr Andr? J van Rensburg, a senior researcher in UKZN's Centre for Rural Health, received the Wellcome Trust Discretionary Award.
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On 28 January, the first batch of MTN contract customers will be migrated onto the new customer service platform.
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Introduction The Ministry of Health of Lesotho with the support of the World Bank funded Nutrition and Health Systems Strengthening Project (P170278) seeks to hire a consultancy team to conduct a study of Lesotho’s regional and district hospitals. The goal of this study is to (i) conduct a baseline analysis of 17 hospitals for the […]
President Félix Tshisekedi should abandon plans to invite neighbouring militaries into the eastern DRC