The media legacy of Iqbal Survé

The media legacy of Iqbal Survé

Cape Times ramps up its vendetta against University of Cape Town and its former Vice Chancellor Max Price.

The vendetta by the Cape Times as a proxy for its owner Iqbal Survé against the University of Cape Town reached a new low on 13 June. In that day’s issue, no fewer than three pages – one, four and most of the op-ed page – were devoted to articles alleging that senior advocates Jeremy Gauntlett and Geoff Budlender had colluded way back in 2007 to ensure the ascendancy to the Vice-Chancellorship of UCT of the “woefully underqualified” Dr Max Price.

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