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8th February 2021 We live in a time when a movement once devoted to the wellbeing of all, has become callous. That contempt for the welfare of others is diffused... →
1st February 2021 Previous articles in this series are to be found here. “We have always lived the ANC in our camps. We have dreamt about the ANC. There was no other... →
25th January 2021 Previous articles in this series are to be found here. Luthuli’s masculinity, Luthuli as a gendered subject →
Leadership in Question part 8: Luthuli, a Christian Chief with integrity, is deposed by the apartheid regime
19th January 2021 Chief Albert Luthuli took being a chief seriously and acted with sensitivity to the needs of his community, refusing to impose fines against an... →
11th January 2021 This article is part of a series on leadership. Click here to read articles in the series. The life of Chief Albert Luthuli bears lessons that are... →
Leadership in question part 5: In a pandemic openness and compassion must be part of democratic leadership
6th January 2021 In a period of considerable danger, presented by the Covid-19 pandemic, it is essential that leadership enjoys public confidence. Regrettably, the... →
Leadership in Question part 4 – Can the ANC recover and lead a democratic project? Can and should the ANC even survive?
7th December 2020 At the moment there is a lot of soul searching under way among ANC stalwarts with whom I am in contact, although I am not part of any of these... →
30th November 2020 It was never going to be easy to steer the South African ship of state after the Jacob Zuma years, even though Cyril Ramaphosa’s rise to the... →
Leadership in Question (Part Two): Emancipatory leadership is needed, even or especially in a crisis situation
4th November 2020 Many textbook definitions of leadership focus on who has the right to issue commands or to demand obedience. While that does sometimes relate to... →