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28 April 2017
Opinion
 
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Is our political climate conducive to freedom?
SUTTNER'S VIEW
In this episode of Suttner's View Professor Raymond Suttner speaks to Polity's Tracy Hancock about whether our political climate is conducive to freedom?
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The principle of non-violence
RAYMOND SUTTNER
Professor Raymond Suttner speaks to Polity's Tracy Hancock about 'The principle of non-violence'.
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Anti-Zuma campaigners should rather pressure ruling party to eject him
POLITICAL INSIGHT
To defeat former President Thabo Mbeki, the coalition that supported the then deputy president of the African National Congress (ANC), Jacob Zuma, did two things. Firstly, they decided to step...
 
 
Missing ingredient
REAL ECONOMY: LEADERSHIP
Before compiling the National Development Plan (NDP), the drafters diagnosed South Africa’s socioeconomic predicament as follows: widespread poverty and extreme inequality persist; too few South...
 
 
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Famine creeps in on Africa while the world's media looks elsewhere
THE CONVERSATION
Major political events in the US and Europe have preoccupied western media over the past year. Chief among these has been Donald Trump’s rise to US president and his continuing efforts to establish...
 
 
South Africa has a new trade union federation. Can it break the mould?
THE CONVERSATION
The newly launched trade union grouping in South Africa - the South African Federation of Trade Unions (Saftu) - promises to be a voice for the growing numbers of unorganised and marginalised...
 
 
Citizens must unite to save corruption-crippled SA
INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES
Democratic institutions in South Africa are in disarray. Serious breaches of accountability have made it hard for the constitutional aspiration of responsive and transparent governance to become a...
 
 
Europe’s Elections: a Yardstick for Populism
SAIIA
Sunday saw French citizens vote in the first stage of their presidential elections, with a second run-off stage for the two lead candidates Emmanuel Macron (of En Marche!) and Marine Le Pen (of the...
 
 
 
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