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Democracy Watch SA protesters echo a global cry: democracy isn’t making people’s lives better
Recent violent protests in South Africa have refocused attention on increasing demonstrations over basic services delivery failures. The country is known as the “protest
19 May 2017
Let's Think South Africa’s dangerous mix of gossip, rumour and fear
 A dangerous mix of gossip, rumour and fear, often fuelled by social media, is currently poisoning South African society. Many South Africans are allowing themselves,
03 Mar 2016 - P. C.
Global Economic Watch Sense of despondency grips global economy
 South Africa’s economy will be largely dependent on home-grown solutions to survive uncertain times, as a sense of near-despondency grips the global economy. The
20 Feb 2016 - E. v. B.
Democracy Watch South Africa – Finely balanced between autocracy and democracy
South Africa has spent the last 20 years in transition, oscillating between a deepening and a reversal of democratic liberties. Global patterns suggest that the country has a
18 Feb 2016
Election Watch Dangerous mix of race, land and business issues will dominate
Over the past weekend it became clear that the ANC and President Jacob Zuma have swallowed a dangerously emotive cocktail of issues, mixed by the EFF, for this year’s
17 Jan 2016 - P. C.
Protest Watch Student protest to continue and “dark forces” return
All the signs are there that unrest at university campuses will continue on the back of impossible demands and that government will blame “dark external forces” bent
16 Jan 2016 - P. C.
Sociopolitical Watch – Analysis Facing a ‘big crisis’, SA at a crossroads
For better or for worse, South Africa’s future is for now in the hands of President Jacob Zuma, as the country is facing one of the biggest economic, political and social
30 Oct 2015 - P. C.
Protest Watch Anti-corruption marches, an opportunity not to be wasted
The anti-corruption marches this week, or maybe later, offer South Africa a unique opportunity to reunite as a nation and are an opportunity not to be wasted. Nothing, as the
27 Sep 2015 - P. C.
Stability Watch Eskom’s blackout plans could tip SA into widespread revolt
Eskom’s plans to cut electricity supply to 20 debt-defaulting municipalities could tip large parts of the country into civil unrest as the general political environment is
12 Apr 2015 - P. C.
Let's Think State of the Nation – what nation?
On Thursday 12 February South Africans will be listening to President Jacob Zuma’s State of the Nation Address (SONA), if allowed by Eskom and the Economic Freedom Fighters
05 Feb 2015 - P. C.

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