Edits

Published by Pan Macmillan South Africa
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TurningPoints copy

 

Turning Points 2015

The New York Times and the Mail & Guardian published Turning Points 2015, an annual, globally syndicated publication, with essays by international and South African writers and thinkers such as Julian Assange, Mandla Langa, Margaret Atwood, Taiye Selasi, Mark Gevisser, Siri Hustvedt and Njabulo Ndebele.

 

 

Writing Invisibility Conversations on the Hidden City copy

 

Writing Invisibility: Conversations on the Inner City

In 2013, the Mail & Guardian, in collaboration with the African Centre for Migration and Society at Wits University, published this collection of narrative non-fiction on African migrants in urban settings, co-edited by Darryl Accone.

 

 

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Nkandla: The Great Unravelling

Published by the Mail & Guardian and written by journalist Phillip de Wet, Nkandla: The Great Unravelling is a full account of the scandal involving South African President Jacob Zuma’s $25million home.

 

 

 

MAIL & GUARDIAN END OF YEAR EDITIONS

Freedom copy

 

 

2014: The Age of the Narcissist

2013: The Tabloid Edition

2012: WTF?

2011: Freedom

2010: Brave New World

 

 

 

BOOK OF SOUTH AFRICAN WOMEN

Book of Women August 2013

 

2013

2012

2011

 

 

 

 

200 YOUNG SOUTH AFRICANS

200 Young 2013

 

 

2013

2012

2011

2010

2009

 

 

 

 

MAIL & GUARDIAN SPECIAL EDITION COLLECTIONS

The Class Issue

 

 

 

The Class Issue

The Drug Issue

The Race Issue

 

 

 

 

THE GOD EDITIONS

God edition 2014

 

 

2014: OMG: Personal Experiences with the Almighty

2013: Into the Afterlife

2012: God in Africa

2011: Where is God?

2010: The God Rush

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