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SA Governance - Opinion South Africa on verge of failed state status
Waiting ad infinitum last week for final word on President Zuma’s departure from office, Friday’s news, contained two hardly noticed items illustrating how close to
14 Feb 2018 - G. C.
Apartheid Crimes Timol: why uncovering apartheid crimes remains so important
The reopened inquest in the North Gauteng High Court nearly 50 years later was intensely symbolic. The recent, reopened inquest into the death of teacher and anti-apartheid
22 Oct 2017
Let's Think Adapt-or-die-time for capitalism, democracy?
The fix in which big business entities like KPMG and global corporations like Bell-Pottinger, McKinsey and SAP finds themselves in South Africa is but symptoms of capitalism
06 Oct 2017 - P. C.
Gupta Watch South Africa to remain Gupta milking cow
The Guptas will probably keep on milking the South African economy and its taxpayers for years to come. The structures and networks to do that, is coming into place as the ANC
27 Aug 2017 - I. B. T.
Africa Watch Political implications of the Grace Mugabe affair
The main front in ‘Battle Grace Mugabe’ for South Africa has become legal, but the political implications should not be forgotten. Much has been said and written on
27 Aug 2017 - G. C.
Justice watch Grace Mugabe soapy's real drama still ahead?
If not for real, last week’s news drama, featuring Zimbabwean first lady Grace Mugabe, in the lead, with SA’s Ministers of Police, and of International Relations in
20 Aug 2017 - G. C.
Africa Watch SA not alone in seeking solutions to lingering land issues
Land and its ownership is a challenge not only in South Africa but also for other countries on the continent, among them Namibia and Kenya. Last week EFF leader Julius Malema
26 Nov 2016 - G. C.
Justice Watch Con Court erred in judgement on Pretoria street names
Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng, in a recent Tshwane street-naming case, erred when he ruled people “must embrace the African philosophy of ubuntu” for them to be truly
12 Aug 2016
Africa Watch
A court in Senegal convicted a former African head of state to life imprisonment for his transgressions. It is a first for Africa.   Expectations are high that a new era
03 Jun 2016 - G. C.

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