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Latest Raymond Suttner

Imagery and identities in Mandela’s leadership (Part 3)

Raymond Suttner

From early in his life Nelson Mandela was very conscious of who he was, in relation to others, his identity or identities and the imagery that he... 

Latest Aubrey Matshiqi

A reflection on the DA-De Lille imbroglio


A hegemonic project is at its zenith when its driving logic, values and what it represents have become commonsensical. Hegemony at this stage of... 

Latest Econ3x3

Informal enterprise ownership: the importance of previous employment experience


Enterprises in the informal sector are known to have a precarious existence. The economic value and survival of an informal enterprise depend on... 

Latest Institute for Security Studies

Food security under threat in Kenya

Institute for Security Studies

In Kenya, food consumption is outpacing food production. According to a new Institute for Security Studies report, annual agricultural production... 

Latest South African Institute of International Affairs

Who leads Africa?

South African Institute of International Affairs

Pan-Africanism – the liberation of Africans through regional cohesion and solidarity – has played a crucial role in shaping the continent’s... 

Latest Sydney Majoko

Govt speaking with one voice on township economy


For a long time, successive governments in this country have struggled to characterised the township economy. It is not that they did not... 

Latest Saliem Fakir

Enviro rights entail more than just the environment


It is important to review where we have come from over the past 20 years and how much has been achieved in that time. South Africa's Constitution... 

Latest The Conversation

The World Bank is finding new ways to understand South Africa's issues

The Conversation

The latest World Bank report on South Africa is not only remarkable for the collaborative method it employed, but also for some of the conclusions... 

Latest CCRED

Quarterly Competition Review


In the developing world, disease and poverty are interdependent making access to essential medicines at affordable prices even more critical. 80%... 

Latest Real Economy

Power shift


One of the more interesting exchanges during the recent gathering of energy stakeholders in Johannesburg arose as a result of a question posed to... 

Other Opinions

Forgotten Youths (Youth Living In Small Towns)

Other Opinions

From my observations, I note that as young people we often complain about how youth programs are limited to youth month only. Of course it is... 

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