The Cape Argus
It is commonly referred to simply as "The Argus".
Founded in 1857 by Saul Solomon. Although not the first English language newspaper in Southern Africa, the Cape Argus was the first locally to use the telegraph for news gathering.
Cape Argus E-edition
The Argus Tonight! and arts coverage
Formerly known as the arts pages, The Argus Tonight! (also The Argus Tonight, or simply Tonight) became a separate supplement of the Argus groups of newspapers, including The Cape Argus, in the 1980s, to provide wide coverage of arts and theatre events in the country.
Jill Fletcher. 1994. The Story of Theatre in South Africa: A Guide to its History from 1780-1930. Cape Town: Vlaeberg.
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