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Vol 38 No 3

Published 31st January 1997


South Africa

Press harder

Global economics – and local politics – are transforming the country's media

The apartheid government hated the press and the African National Congress distrusts it. Some things have changed, though. Black groups now control a few newspapers – and foreign interests own a lot of them.

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