The M&G's journalism is under attack.
This is not a trite and overly dramatic way to say it. A free media is a key component to a functioning democracy. We have rights and responsibilities bestowed to us by the Constitution of South Africa.
A story we published has been taken down from the M&G Online because of a spurious and dishonest complaint. Because that story is no longer online, and we want you to read it, we will be tweeting it in a thread
We are usually not in the business of reacting when this sort of thing happens, but if we don't fight back for our journalists and our journalism, who will?
This week he did not respond to questions about Eyong’s role in the deal, or the cost of the deal.
What the email didn’t do was respond to the M&G’s questions. No responses were provided to numerous follow-up requests.
“You are advised to contact SFF who are the ones who chartered the flight to South Sudan,” Radebe said.
Things, however, did not seem to end with this conviction. Eyong and his advisory firm have also been flagged by Ghanaian media.
Well dates are easily changed and as long as Linode is investigating, the story is down and we get more and more frustrated by legalities and other time-wasting exercises.
Well, we’re fighting and threading and that’s that on that.