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What do we need after Zuma?


Important as corruption and state capture are as features of the Jacob Zuma presidency, they do not represent the only elements that need to be... 

Latest Aubrey Matshiqi

Zille’s antics a big disservice to the DA


There is an interesting irony about the tension between Democratic Alliance (DA) leader Mmusi Maimane and his predecessor, Helen Zille. The irony... 

Latest Econ3x3

Technology and minimum wages are likely to change the mix of capital and labour in industry


While technology is making capital cheaper, policies like the national minimum wage will make labour more expensive. What does this mean for the... 

Latest Institute for Security Studies

AU summit 29: Securing funds for peace operations


Africa’s crises are not abating – and at a time when it’s needed the most, major funders such as the United States are expected to reduce their... 

Latest South African Institute of International Affairs

Lesotho: 4 ways to boost growth, stability


The Kingdom of Lesotho is a country of extremes: breath-taking beauty and widespread poverty. It’s classified by the UN as one of the least... 

Latest Sydney Majoko

Reimagining the township economy


Whether one considers it as being positive or negative, the theme of radical economic transformation has been thrust onto our political discourse.... 

Latest Saliem Fakir

Is science losing its authority?


Scientists have, for a long time, been held in high esteem. Yet scientist struggle to effectively mediate evidenced-based outcomes in highly... 

Latest The Conversation

ANC take heed: even big brands die if they abandon their founding values


In 1994 the idea that the African National Congress (ANC) might lose power in South Africa was unthinkable. Now, with elections approaching in... 

Latest CCRED

CCRED Quarterly Review


The Centre for Competition Regulation and Economic Development's Quarterly Review analyses developments in competition policy and jurisprudence... 

Latest Real Economy

Damage control mode


There is now absolutely no question that the country’s toxic politics is dragging the economy down and that most, if not all, the pain is... 

Other Opinions

Radical Economic Transformation has its roots in the Freedom Charter


This piece by Cyril Ramaphosa was first published on ANC Today The ANC’s programme of radical economic transformation has its roots in the Freedom... 

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