Cape Times ordered to apologise to axed editor

01 August 2016 - 18:13
By TMG Digital

The Cape Times newspaper has been ordered to apologise to its former editor Alide Dasnois after publishing a misleading article about a settlement reached after her dismissal. Dasnois was dismissed in June 2014 after a dispute with Dr Iqbal Survé‚ owner of Independent Newspapers.She challenged the fairness of her dismissal in the Labour Court‚ saying that she had been falsely and publicly labelled as a racist and immoral person who had disrespected former President Nelson Mandela because of her...

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