Item 317 - A – Z of South African Politics 1999: The Essential Handbook : [Bibliography]

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A – Z of South African Politics 1999: The Essential Handbook : [Bibliography]

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(1985 -)

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Began as the Weekly Mail, an alternative newspaper by a group of journalists in 1985 after the closure of two leading liberal newspapers, The Rand Daily Mail and Sunday Express.
The Weekly Mail criticised the government and its apartheid policies, which led to the banning of the paper in 1988. The paper was renamed the Weekly Mail & Guardian from 30 July 1993. The London-based Guardian Media Group (GMG), the publisher of The Guardian, became the majority shareholder of the print edition in 1995, and the name was changed to Mail & Guardian.

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