Black Wednesday: SA still media polarised and politicised

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Ace Magashule
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The South African press is as polarised as ever, 43 years after Black Wednesday.

What I am about to say could put my livelihood at risk as a freelance journalist. In this cut-throat media profession, I might be committing career suicide.

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