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03 MARCH 2017

Can grass-roots reforms reverse SA’s stunted growth?

Distinguished academic and journalist, R. W. Johnson, provides his view of South Africa’s prospects.
05 DECEMBER 2016

South Africa's risk of becoming a failed state

Mark Heywood, Executive Director of Section27 and member of Save South Africa says 2016 had seen an unprecedented challenge of the legitimacy of the traditional sites of authority in politics, business and academia.
05 DECEMBER 2016

The Gilded Cage

Will Donald Trump change from brash candidate to responsible executive taking advice from his principal advisers and addressing the issues he raised in a measured manner?
01 NOVEMBER 2016

Will SA resist, or succumb to state capture?

There’s a fierce battle underway between two opposing camps. The outcome will determine whether the country is finally captured by crony capitalists, and shape its democratic trajectory.
28 JUNE 2016

GIBS survey: Youth are interested in politics

The annual Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS) youth survey of high school students, average age 17, has uncovered some interesting issues among the youth.
27 JUNE 2016

Brexit: What happened?

'You could knock me down with a bargepole,' was my first thought when Britain voted out of the European Union.
30 JANUARY 2016

Is Maimane a leader to be reckoned with?

Is Mmusi Maimane a leader that will or can change the face of South African politics? On face value one can’t imagine that he wouldn’t. If only politics everywhere, but more particularly in South Africa was that simple and uncomplicated.
30 JANUARY 2016

2016 - Choose a positive perspective

As 2016 begins, with clear and certain identifiable challenges, we have, albeit sometimes limited, some empowering choices we can make.
30 NOVEMBER 2015

How long will SA survive?

RW Johnson is known for his best-selling book, "How Long Will SA Survive? The Looming Crisis" about the survival prospects of apartheid. He believes that the situation has become so critical that the question must be asked again.
04 NOVEMBER 2015

Ferial Haffajee: South Africa is not a failed state

Ferial Haffajee, editor of City Press, believes that although there are reasons for concern, South Africa doesn’t show many of the characteristics of a failed state.