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Let's Think Land reform needs a common solution to benefit al
The redistribution of agricultural land via expropriation without compensation could lead to self-help chaos, or a plurality of mechanisms to speed up the pace of land
27 Feb 2018 - I. B. T.
Economic Watch South Africa’s growth tragedy
By the time 2017came round South Africa’s economic growth performance, which peaked at 4.4% ten years earlier, has dropped back to the type of growth experienced in the
15 Jan 2018 - I. B. T.
Political Watch Political uncertainty likely to escalate dramatically
The shadow of President Jacob Zuma is going to cast a cloud of uncertainty over South African politics much longer than widely anticipated since the election of his
09 Jan 2018 - I. B. T.
Media Watch News media need new business models for survival
The social media revolution has returned much of humanity to a world where “spreading the news,” is the function of “word-of-mouth-“type networks,
09 Jan 2018 - P. C.
Technology Watch Developing countries need to wake up to risks of new technologies
Too few developing countries, including South Africa, are giving serious attention to the risks associated with the new technologies driving the fourth industrial
09 Jan 2018
Final Word Zuma, Ramaphosa, legacies, the jackpot, and tips
The year 2018 kicks off with much talk about the legacies of a departing-, and an incoming ANC leader, sky high lottery jackpots and plenty tips on how political jackpots will
09 Jan 2018 - P. C.
Corruption Watch Warning: Steinhoff scandal is ‘tip of iceberg
A corporate scandal unfolding around one of the largest businesses coming out of South Africa, Steinhoff, has become a major cause for concern. It threatens to wipe out
19 Dec 2017
Economic Watch
Prudence teaches that societies experiencing difficult and uncertain times should hope for the best but prepare for the worst. South Africa should take this lesson seriously. It
03 Dec 2017
Nuclear Watch Groundswell against nuclear could put paid to SA power deal
President Jacob Zuma’s push for nuclear continues to emphasise how isolated he really is. the facts show that the country does not need this extra power. President Jacob
25 Nov 2017
Nuclear Watch Controversial nuclear deal – do SA need it?
South Africa’s costly and controversial nuclear build programme seems to be back on the agenda after earlier indications that it was dead. Recent comments by President Jacob
11 Nov 2017

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