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Carrin Banks

Digital Editor

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Wyndham Hartley

Parliamentary Editor

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Hilary Joffe

Editor-at-Large

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Wilson Johwa

News Editor

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Robert Laing

Deputy Companies Editor

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Natasha Marrian

Political Editor

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Dave Marrs

Chief Leader Writer

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Kevin O'Grady

Opinion Editor

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Alexander Parker

Wanted Editor

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Mark Smyth

Motor News Editor

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Nick Wilson

Companies Editor

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Alistair Anderson

Property Writer

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Linda Ensor

Parliamentary Writer

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Karl Gernetzky

Political Writer

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Colleen Goko

Markets Writer

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Tamar Kahn

Science and Health Writer

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Tony Leon

Opinion Writer

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Khulekani Magubane

Political Writer

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Marvin Meintjies

Times Media Group foreign correspondent/bureau chief

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Andries Mahlangu

Senior Markets Writer

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Ntsakisi Maswanganyi

Economics Writer

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Lerato Matebese

Motor News Staff Writer

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Maarten Mittner

Markets Writer

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Thabiso Mochiko

Information Technology Writer

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Samuel Mungadze

Small and Medium Sized Business Writer

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Priscilla Malinga

Priscilla is a contributing writer

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Phakamisa Ndzamela

Financial Services Writer

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Bronwyn Nortje

Contributing Writer

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Bekezela Phakathi

Cape Town Correspondent

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Franny Rabkin

Law & Constitution Writer

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Allan Seccombe

Resources Writer

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Nicky Smith

Writer-at-Large

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Setumo Stone

Political Writer

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Madeleine van Niekerk

Markets Writer

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Mark Barnes

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Neels Blom

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Michael Fridjhon

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Penny Haw

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The Insider

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John Kane-Berman

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Lucy Kellaway

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Leon Louw

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Itumeleng Mahabane

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Thami Mazwai

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Zama Ndlovu

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Mzukisi Qobo

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Simon Lincoln Reader

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Stuart Theobald

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