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Raymond Suttner - Suttner's View
Tshwane and endemic violence within the ANC
24th June 2016 Professor Raymond Suttner speaks to Creamer Media's Sane Dhlamini about Tshwane and endemic violence within the ANC. →
Are the democratic gains of 1994 irreversible?
By: Raymond Suttner 22nd June 2016 Every political organisation, including those concerned with emancipatory goals has to at times evaluate its strengths and weaknesses and that of... →
Political violence threatens an already battered democracy
By: Raymond Suttner 14th June 2016 When I joined the liberation struggle led by the ANC/SACP alliance in the late 1960s, it entailed support for armed struggle. Until then I had been... →
“Show of strength” by declining ANC
By: Raymond Suttner 8th June 2016 The Gauteng ANC almost fulfilled their promise that they would fill the 95,000- seater FNB stadium for the provincial launch of their local... →
Suttner's View: NPA appeal against reinstatement of Zuma charges
27th May 2016 Researcher and analyst Professor Raymond Suttner speaks to Polity's Sane Dhlamini about the NPA's appeal against reinstatement of Zuma charges. →
What is ethical politics?
27th May 2016 Researcher and analyst Professor Raymond Suttner speaks about 'What is ethical politics?' with Polity's Sashnee Moodley. →
How do we identify ethical leadership and politics?
By: Raymond Suttner 25th May 2016 Very many South Africans are cynical about politics and doubtful whether it will ever be pursued with integrity, with the purpose of serving the... →
The abuse of law enforcement agencies
20th May 2016 Professor Raymond Suttner speaks to Polity's Sashnee Moodley about the abuse of law enforcement agencies. Click here to read his column. →
Suttner's View: The EFF in parliament and beyond
20th May 2016 Professor Raymond Suttner speaks to Polity's Sashnee Moodley about the EFF in parliament and beyond in this week's Suttner's View. →
“Imminent arrest” of Pravin Gordhan and undermining of legality
By: Raymond Suttner 19th May 2016 There has been a flurry of denials since the Sunday Times broke the story that Pravin Gordhan, the minister of finance, faced “imminent arrest” on... →