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Known as “the paper for the people,” South Africa’s largest Sunday newspaper has covered the people, issues and events that shaped South Africa for over a century. Through firsthand reporting, photographs, editorials, cartoons and more, the Sunday Times has recorded every major historical event of the 20th century.
Originally created as a sister publication of the Rand Daily Mail—the first South African newspaper to openly oppose apartheid—the Sunday Times has been publishing weekly since February 4, 1906. Its first issue sold out in three hours, and the paper’s popularity grew throughout the 20th century. Known for writers who were unafraid to tackle controversial stories, the Sunday Times garnered a reputation for its award-winning journalism, combative style and breaking news coverage.
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