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28 August 2014
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15 Feb 2010
 
 
Sex, Wives and the Nation
ADAM HABIB
Last week's presidential affair detracted from this week's state of the nation address. Herein lays the tragedy of President Zuma's behavior. Instead of debating the merits of government's...
 
 
12 Jan 2010
 
An uncomradely kerfuffle
ADAM HABIB
Another public spat between members of the tripartite alliance; another plea for unity from President Jacob Zuma. This is what the 2009 SA Communist Party congress will be remembered for.
 
 
18 Nov 2009
 
Enabling Higher Education Development through Challenging Commercial Academic Publishing
ADAM HABIB
Can you imagine an industry in which the workers who laboriously produce the product are paid by the public purse, those that painstakingly review the quality of the product are also paid by the...
 
 
19 Aug 2009
 
Managing Labour Activism: Should South Africa be Concerned?
ADAM HABIB
Should Business be worried by the political activism and prominence of Zwelinzima Vavi? Should citizens be concerned about unionized workers marching on the Reserve Bank? Does labour activism...
 
 
13 Aug 2009
 
South Africa: Conceptualizing a Politics of Human-Oriented Development
ADAM HABIB
This paper reflects on what needs to be done for a human-oriented development agenda in South Africa? It investigates the broader structural political condition, especially the configuration of...
 
 
15 Jul 2009
 
Reflections on the Development State for South Africa
ADAM HABIB
A wealth of scholarship has been built up over the last decade or two on the development states of East and South East Asia. This literature has different orientations. Some have a policy bent and...
 
 
12 Jun 2009
 
Responding to the President’s Zuma’s State of the Nation Address: Reflections on the Challenges confronting Higher Education
ADAM HABIB
What is required of a Presidential State of the Nation address at the dawn of a new political administration? Two elements are important in such an address. First, the President needs to map the...
 
 
07 Apr 2009
 
Advancing African Development: The Necessity for Aid and Trade
ADAM HABIB
Is aid as bad as Greg Mills and Terence McNamee suggest? Is the facilitation of trade the simple answer to all of Africa's woes? One would think so if one read the opinion editorial entitled "More...
 
 
 
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