Inside Labour

Inside Labour: Schools and democracy - a main message for 2018

Jan 19 2018 06:00

The proposed curtailing of the power of school governing bodies is another piecemeal attempt to deal with SA's schooling crisis and erodes an important democratic principle, says Terry Bell.


The land grab question: property rights versus political gain

Jan 17 2018 16:21

It remains to be seen whether sacrificing existing and protected property rights for political expediency and gain is justifiable in an open democratic country, says Yolisa Mfaise.


Why nuclear energy won't happen in SA - Wayne Duvenage

Jan 17 2018 10:36

A fired-up civil society will challenge any energy plan with a whiff of nuclear and Eskom's financial and leadership woes are the final nail in the nuclear energy coffin, says OUTA's Wayne Duvenage.

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Tackling Cape Town's water crisis

Jan 17 2018 06:02

Instead of well-meant but unrealistic suggestions, it makes sense to go after the 44% of mostly suburbanites who are not complying with water restrictions,says Mandi Smallhorne.


Davos 2018: Real progress or just another wasteful junket?

Jan 17 2018 06:02

The World Economic Forum offers Team SA under the leadership of Ramaphosa a chance to make fresh promises to the world that real change is about to happen, says Solly Moeng.


Ramaphosa sets the stage for a buffalo market

Jan 16 2018 06:01

If the ANC wants to work collaboratively with business, it will need to unlearn decades of thinking that business is the enemy, says Gwen Ngwenya.


Time to clean the Augean stables

Jan 15 2018 06:01

The biggest burden of SA's inability to enforce laws and provide basic goods and services lands on the least resilient in society, argues Mandi Smallhorne.


Compound interest - the forgotten secret to investment success

Jan 12 2018 07:00

Compounding requires patience and time, two things which scare many modern day investors who operate in a world of instant gratification, writes Werner Erasmus.


Forging a new way to build a better South Africa

Jan 10 2018 06:00

Instead of relying on existing parties and an ANC who no longer prioritises a prosperous SA, we should develop new vehicles and forge unity across historic divides, says Solly Moeng.


Refusing to become a failed country: Life after State of Capture

Jan 09 2018 06:00

South Africans need to embrace moderation and community rather than greed and individual gain, and we need to continue to work to build consensus, says Nceku Nyathi.

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