October 26, 2020

Bottlebrush Local Government Dialogue

By: Mbalenhle Mkhize The South African government systems consist of three spheres of government which are National, Provincial, and Local. These spheres all have legislative and […]
October 22, 2020

In a post Covid SA, Ramaphosa will need the left

By: Imraan Buccus The Zuma years left us with a seriously weakened state, and an entrenched economic crisis. Finding our way out of the profound mess […]
October 20, 2020

Media Invitation: a call from civil society to deal with the crisis in municipal governance

Please press below for press statement AG CS 2020 Response Media Invitation
October 20, 2020

Populism v Politics: An Analysis of Corruption & Inequality in the ANC Governance Systems

By: Bonolo Makgale Introduction This article seeks to give an overview of the current political climate in the South African political sphere, focusing primarily on the […]
October 19, 2020

Yes, we can rebuild the post-Covid economy, but the fundamentals must be in place

The post-Covid-19 economic recovery plan outlined by President Cyril Ramaphosa can work – but implementation of the various policies must be fast-tracked. Plans are only beneficial […]
October 16, 2020

Farm murders, land expropriation and the facts

By: Stef Terblanche The murder of 21-year old Free State farm manager Brendin Horner and its aftermath has again catapulted into the limelight a relatively small […]
October 15, 2020

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October 15, 2020

Proposed changes to electoral law in South Africa: Implications for Political Parties

By: Norah Msuya The Congress of the People (Cope) leader Mosiuoa Lekota has recently published an explanation of the new Electoral Laws Amendment Bill which he […]
October 15, 2020

The divine right of scientists?

By: Steven Friedman, SOUTH AFRICA’s debate is often loud. It also prides itself on giving a hard time to anyone in authority. But it becomes soft-spoken […]