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  2. History of Middle Eastern newspaper publishing - Wikipedia

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    The history of Middle Eastern newspaper publishing goes back to the 19th century. The Nahda was an important period for the development of newspaper publishing in the Middle East. During this period, a shift from government and missionary publishing to private publishing occurred.

  3. List of newspapers in South Africa - Wikipedia

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    This is a list of newspapers in South Africa. In 2017, there were 22 daily and 25 weekly major urban newspapers in South Africa, most published in English . [1] According to a survey of the South African Audience Research Foundation , about 50% of the South African adult population are newspaper readers and 48% are magazine readers. [2]

  4. Queenstown, South Africa - Wikipedia

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    Queenstown, officially Komani, is a town in the middle of the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa, roughly halfway between the smaller towns of Cathcart and Sterkstroom on the N6 National Route. The town was established in 1853 and is currently the commercial, administrative, and educational centre of the surrounding farming district

  5. Makhanda, South Africa - Wikipedia

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    Makhanda is home to the oldest surviving independent newspaper in South Africa. Grocott's Mail was founded in 1870 by the Grocott family, and bought out a newspaper called the Grahamstown Journal , which was founded in 1831. [22]

  6. Kingswood College (South Africa) - Wikipedia

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    Kingswood College is a private, Methodist co-educational school in Makhanda (Grahamstown), Eastern Cape, South Africa attended by boarding and day scholars, and a member of the Independent Schools Association of South Africa.

  7. Xenophobia in South Africa - Wikipedia

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    "Xenophobia in Higher Education in South Africa." in Impact of Immigration and Xenophobia on Development in Africa (IGI Global, 2021) pp. 173–187. Neocosmos, Michael. From ‘Foreign Natives’ to ‘Native Foreigners’: Explaining Xenophobia in Post-apartheid South Africa, Citizenship and Nationalism, Identity and Politics (2010).

  8. City Press (South Africa) - Wikipedia

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    Nasionale Pers took over the publication of the newspaper as well as its sister publications, Drum and True Love & Family, on 1 April 1984. [citation needed] The newspaper is currently owned by South Africa's leading company, Media24, which is the media arm of Naspers. The editor in chief of the City Press news brand is Mondli Makhanya.

  9. Cape Argus - Wikipedia

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    The Cape Argus is a daily newspaper co-founded in 1857 by Saul Solomon and published by Sekunjalo in Cape Town, South Africa.It is commonly referred to as The Argus.. Although not the first English-language newspaper in South Africa, the Cape Argus was the first locally to use the telegraph for news gathering.