List of Editors
- D.F. Malan (1915-1924)
- Albertus Geyer (1924-1945)
- Phil Weber (1945-1954)
- Piet Cillié (1954-1977)
- Wiets Beukes (1977-1990)
- Ebbe Dommisse (1990-2000)
- Arrie Rossouw (2000-2006)
- Henry Jeffreys (2006-2010)
- Bun Booyens (2010-)
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