The former Johannesburg mayor has 18 months to build a movement and a team to compete in the 2021 municipal elections, writes Adriaan Basson.
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The New York Times’ online subscribers accelerated in the fourth quarter, prompting the newspaper company to set an ambitious new goal: to hit 10 million subscriptions by 2025.
One of South Africa's most popular celebrity exports, Trevor Noah, now has a book on the New York Bestseller list.
The newly minted Republican president-elect let loose his latest Twitter barrage on a range of topics.
The New York Times has added its voice to calls for President Jacob Zuma to be removed from office.
The New York Times has apologised for a report about a California balcony collapse that killed six Irish students that provoked a furious international backlash.
The New York Times has said it would cut jobs as advertising revenue dwindles and new digital products fail to live up to expectations.
After the sudden termination of Jill Abramson as executive editor of The New York Times, the newspaper's publisher has denied reports that she had been paid less than her predecessor.
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US President Donald Trump called on the New York Times to reveal the name of the "coward" who wrote an explosive, anonymous article that has plunged his presidency into its worst crisis yet.
President-elect Donald Trump says he's canceled a meeting with representatives of The New York Times.
ANC MP Mmamoloki Kubayi has slammed the New York Times over its editorial calling for President Jacob Zuma to step down.
The US Justice Department has issued new guidelines that emphasize prosecuting individual executives in white-collar crime cases, and not just their corporations.
The New York Times has won three prestigious Pulitzer Prizes and a St Louis newspaper took the breaking news photography award for its coverage of the racial unrest in Ferguson, Missouri.
A Chinese recycling tycoon who has been angling to buy the New York Times Co aims to throw feasts for 1 000 homeless Americans, starting with a lunch for 250 in New York next week.
The New York Times has replaced executive editor Jill Abramson in a surprising move after less than three years in the top job, effective immediately.
The popular New York Times website has been down for a second day after hackers allied with Syria's embattled Assad regime admitted interrupting the service.
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