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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.
Budget Watch Though budget sure to trigger a polarising debate
Minister of Finance, Malusi Gigaba said his upcoming budget involved tough decisions to stabilise the country's debt and the country will experience some pain as a
30 Jan 2018 - I. B. T.
Education Watch Educational system set to become a war zone
With the 2017 real matric pass rate in the order of only 45%, and promised free tertiary education engulfed in a cloud of controversy, South Africa’s educational system is
09 Jan 2018 - I. B. T.
Social Stability Social grants pose the greatest threat to social stability
Ensuring that social grant payments take place after 1 April next year should be declared a national priority before it becomes a national disaster. April 1, 2018 is when the
18 Nov 2017 - R. v. N.
Final Word The lasting war of the pensioners
Social grants, of which so-called old-age pensions forms part, has turned into a political war zone in South Africa, but then, war of the blood and guts-type was never far off in
03 Nov 2017 - P. C.
Let's Think Is Black Monday helping South Africa?
The call for protest against farm murders, as well as the protest actions on so-called Black Monday, 29 October 2017, have led to opposing reactions. Interviews with participants
03 Nov 2017 - F. B. O. N.
Let's Think The latest farm murders must become the turning point
The scourge of farm killings and -attacks was once again prominent in the news this past week in South Africa. The growing list of victims has become totally unacceptable. This
27 Oct 2017 - G. C.
Economic Watch South Africa’s ‘RET’ racing down dead-end street
The politically loaded South African notion of ‘Radical Economic Transformation’ is fast on its way to nowhere, as terms like Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and economic
08 Oct 2017 - I. B. T.
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.
Political Watch ANC self-destruction leaves SA in uncertainty
South Africa’s governing ANC has lost control of its internal political processes with uncertainties about it’s, and the country’s future constantly
02 Oct 2017 - P. C.

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