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Raymond Suttner

Leadership in Question (Part Two): Emancipatory leadership is needed, even or especially in a crisis situation

By: Raymond Suttner     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... 

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Leadership in Question, part one: The leadership we have

By: Raymond Suttner     20th October 2020 In some discourse it appears that leadership and who leads is not very important. There is a Marxist critique of the “great man” version of... 

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How do we emerge from the current crisis?

By: Raymond Suttner     11th August 2020 The ANC and President Cyril Ramaphosa personally are taking an unprecedented level of criticism at the moment. Many are finding it shocking that... 

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Unresolved intimate partner assault: Josina Machel loses an eye

By: Raymond Suttner     16th July 2020 Josina Machel may seem by virtue of her family associations, to have enjoyed some immunity from abuse. But she, too, has experienced vicious... 

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Our various ways of relating to lockdown

By: Raymond Suttner     29th June 2020 We are at a phase of the development of Covid-19 where we need to cultivate even greater civic and social responsibility, than has been evident... 

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How do we mark the 65th anniversary of the Freedom Charter?

By: Raymond Suttner     22nd June 2020 This Friday 26 June marks the 65th anniversary of the adoption of the Freedom Charter at the Congress of the People, the culminating moment of a... 

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Lockdown: Violence, hunger and indifference

By: Raymond Suttner     15th June 2020 As we mark the anniversary of the June 16 1976 uprising, many young people are experiencing hunger and there is widespread violence emanating from... 

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Lockdown messaging must be sensitive to the plight of the poor and vulnerable

By: Raymond Suttner     20th April 2020 The state of disaster and the lockdown has led to the curtailment of fundamental rights of people in South Africa. It imposes a duty on government... 

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For lockdown to succeed security forces need to be reined in

By: Raymond Suttner     14th April 2020 The lockdown is a unique experience, in that the people of South Africa consented to the limiting of their freedom in order to combat the spread of... 

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Covid-19: inequality and violence

8th April 2020 The imposition of a lockdown or any other restrictions relating to Covid-19, are always implemented in societies with pre-existing conditions that... 

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