Deepening Democracy through Access to Information

Raymond Suttner

Pit toilet school deaths and human dignity

18th March 2018 This week we mark Human Rights Day, on the anniversary of the Sharpeville massacre of 1960. It comes in the wake of the second known death of a... 

Contestations in Ramaphosa era: what is an emancipatory route?

12th March 2018 The election of Cyril Ramaphosa as ANC president in December evoked high expectations from a range of quarters in South African society, because it... 

Rebuilding our political life

5th March 2018 What type of politics do we have and what do we need for every citizen to feel that he or she belongs in this country and contributes to the shape... 


The Ramaphosa presidency – constraints and choices

26th February 2018 As one watches the unfolding of the Cyril Ramaphosa presidency one sees the care taken in preparing almost every gesture and presentation that... 

Unfinished business and legacies of the #Zuma period

19th February 2018 Many will evaluate Jacob Zuma’s legacies by considering its impact on the economy, the rule of law, public institutions and similar factors. This... 

Managing Zuma’s departure without undermining democratic values

12th February 2018 Ever since the ANC conference in December the public and for the most part, the ANC has watched how ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa would address the... 

“Two centres of power” within the ANC? How does #Ramaphosa resolve this?

5th February 2018 Making deals, through securing a meeting of minds, always bears the danger that one celebrates negotiating skills and deal making rather than... 

Cyril Ramaphosa “triumphant”: what does this mean?

29th January 2018 Astonishingly, in one month, much of the formal political terrain in South African politics has changed significantly, though unevenly and with... 

Transitioning from Zuma to Ramaphosa

22nd January 2018 The election of Cyril Ramaphosa as ANC President in December evoked much euphoria or cautious optimism, in the ANC, business and media. But... 

De Lille crisis reveals DA factionalism and extreme centralisation

15th January 2018 This time last year the DA had reason to be happy with their change of political fortunes. The local government elections of 2016 had seen it take... 

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