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Holding power to account: South African journalism's brief moment of glory

Jacob Zuma's resignation this week as President of South Africa followed years of relentless investigation and reporting and an equally relentless fake news war on the media. In a moving note to his reporters, Tim Cohen, the Editor of Business Day newspaper, perfectly captured the enormity of the moment. Read more...
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