Thought Leader

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Thought Leader
Type of site
Owner Mail & Guardian
Created by Mail & Guardian
Commercial No
Registration 2007
Current status Active

Thought Leader is a collaborative news and opinion platform owned by the South African newspaper Mail & Guardian. It was named a Webby Award Honoree in 2008, won 2008 SA Blog of the Year, and has scored a few firsts, including sending the first South African blogger, Ndumiso Ngcobo, to cover a major political event – the 2007 ANC national conference in Polokwane.[1]

In 2010 it was named as the forum where “most analytic discussion of sexual violence” was taking place by the Tshwaranang Legal Advocacy Centre, which conducted a study on the reporting of sexual violence in South Africa.[2]

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1. Thought Leader wins blog of the year Kyoko Hasegawa, Daniel Rook 2008

2. More honours for Thought Leader Kyoko Hasegawa, Daniel Rook 2008

3. The best of Thought Leader Aliki Karasaridis 2009

4. Debating race isn't backward Aliki Karasaridis 2009

5. Gender coverage: Thought Leader leads the pack Lisa van Wyk 2010

6. The new Thought Leader Aliki Karasaridis 2011