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Inside Labour

Inside Labour: Why freedom of expression should be a priority

Dec 09 2016 05:01

Punitive laws just intimidate and drive obnoxious notions underground where they can fester and multiply in secret, says Terry Bell.


Friedman: Economic exclusion feeds politics of patronage

Dec 07 2016 07:23

A closer look at the politics within the ANC suggests that this is a fight between two factions, both of them products of trends in the economy, explains Prof Steven Friedman.


Restoring sanity to SA

Dec 07 2016 05:01

While Zuma's ill-gained throne gradually falls apart one single sentence should drive us, and that is that South Africa belongs to all who live in it, says Solly Moeng.


Land reform efforts lack a focus on struggling farmers

Dec 06 2016 06:37

Government makes much of its efforts of putting more land in the hands of the previously disenfranchised black majority, but many continue to wallow in poverty, academics say.


SA vs Cuba: Compare and contrast

Dec 05 2016 14:56

Cuba’s successes are surely worth a long, hard look, with the aim of emulating them if possible, writes Mandi Smallhorne.


BOOK REVIEW: Dreaming and living fearlessly

Dec 06 2016 06:25

Too many people believe that having a dream that you want badly enough is sufficient to attract it into reality. That is simply delusional, says Ian Mann.


Macroprudential supervision in South Africa

Dec 05 2016 07:36

Monetary policy targeting price stability is a necessary condition for financial stability, but it is not a sufficient condition says economist Jac Laubscher.


Political division retards economic policy

Dec 05 2016 05:46

The new year is set to be a battle not only between political heavyweights but between those clamouring for action rather than mere politicking, says Daniel Silke.


Friends & Friction: Capitalism’s debts accrue to the poor

Dec 04 2016 06:01

‘Low fuel,” a bright yellow light signals on the dashboard. I am on my way to the airport for a flight taking me from Mexico City to Guadalajara that leaves in an hour and a half.


Inside Labour

Inside Labour: Unions must seek more than fee-free education

Dec 02 2016 06:48

Unions and fee-free campaigners should consult the various initiatives around SA that can provide guidance toward the sort of education and support systems it needs, says Terry Bell.


Why SA strategic fuel saga is a game changer

Dec 02 2016 05:30

There is a complete lack of clarity surrounding the sale of 10 million barrels from the strategic stockpile and the terms on which they were sold, says Anton van Dalsen.

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