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Clarity, Kriel & the Cape Times

December 28, 2013


A lack of adequate resources and asset-stripping by the Irish carbetbagger Tony — now Sir Anthony — O'Reilly are the real problems with the Cape Times, not the undeniable quality, let alone pigmentation, of the staff.

Letter to Cape Times

December 27, 2013


The Cape TImes provided a first rate example of the educative role of journalism when it pubished, on December 24, an emotive rant about the newspaper's Mandela coverage, illustrated by the two special edition wraparound pages that revealed clearly the poisonous myths peddled by the accompanying text.

INL: the plot thickens

December 24, 2013

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It appears that it was a fairly recently ordained pastor and political changeling, Wesley Douglas, was the organiser of the group that gatecrashed a Right to Know (R2K) protest in Cape Town on December 17.