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04 MAY 2021

Is support for democracy in SA waning?

We asked UCT GSB Professor Thomas Koelble to give us his thoughts on whether support for democracy in the country is waning, and how this system is being affected by globalisation.
29 MAY 2020

South Africa is at a crossroads

In a time of crisis, there can never be a flawless plan, but a sense of responsibility and grace in the exercise of power is the minimum that the public expects.
02 MARCH 2020

Ramaphosa: More broken promises and unmet plans

Ramaphosa has little room to manoeuvre, it’s true. But without bold leadership at this juncture, SA is on the road to nowhere.
27 FEBRUARY 2020

Labour Unions and the Employment Wall

Trade unions, and their allies on the far left of the political spectrum, are to South Africa’s job market what the Berlin Wall was to Germany.
03 FEBRUARY 2020

Time to shed light on Eskom’s failures and cut fairy tales

When Eskom declared Stage 6 load shedding recently, South Africa convulsed in a state of incredible anger.
02 DECEMBER 2019

Mashaba: A populist leader on the rise

Herman Mashaba is likely to give the DA more trouble outside the party than he did when he was inside.
29 JUNE 2019

We need complexity theory, not conspiracy theories

So, how do we start fixing the situation we are in? For a start we need to ruthlessly chart the cause and effect of how we got here and then we need to visualise the goal that we need to strive for.
29 JUNE 2019

Decisive moments at which Ramaphosa must not yield

Recently, SA has found itself plunged into a chaotic civil war involving economics, statistics and politics.
03 JUNE 2019

Cyril Ramaphosa reveals his hand

The unprecedented delays in announcing his cabinet speak yet again of the untold low intensity civil war being fought at ANC party headquarters Luthuli House down the road in Johannesburg.
03 JUNE 2019

Ramaphosa now has a chance to get SA back on track

Last month's general elections in SA were the most contested and probably the most difficult to call ever.