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Weak leadership feeds corruption In any functioning democracy, a high degree of cooperation across all sectors and between all individuals is required
In any functioning democracy, a high degree of cooperation across all sectors and between all individuals is required. So, why, when we have well developed rules for a functioning
08 Oct 2019 - D. o. R. B. S. / P. O. S.
Editor’s Note The Holy Grail
Democracy is a word derived from the Greek language and literally means ‘rule by the people’. Unlike politics, democracy is essentially a system of government where
23 May 2019
Africa: between hopelessness and a renaissance Much progress has been made. Much potential awaits further tapping.
Much progress has been made. Much potential awaits further tapping. But life won’t wait as Africa seeks to re-define itself as a more prosperous and hopeful place in which
23 May 2019
THE GREATEST FLAG ON EARTH A giant symbol of nationhood is finding its roots in the desert of the Karoo, which will soon put the South African flag on the map in a whole new way
On the desert floor just south of Graaff-Reinet a striking symbol of nationhood is being developed. Covering 66 hectares of Karoo desert floor—and made up of 2.5 million
14 Sep 2016
DEMOCRACY 20 years of economic growth
The transformation of South Africa's economy over the past two decades, from apartheid-era isolation to openness and growth, was the subject of a Twenty Year
05 May 2014 - M. C. S. A.
POLITICS Against the ropes
South Africa is ‘against the ropes’, and the people do not trust the leaders, Jay Naidoo, former cabinet minister and Cosatu leader, said at the Frederik Van Zyl Slabbert lecture in Stellenbosch.
17 Apr 2014
Jeff Radebe Minister of Justice for all
Nearly twenty years into South Africa’s democracy, our justice system has outgrown its international peers.
11 Oct 2013
Where does charity begin? Or when did charity begin at home?
A recent newspaper editorial, referring to vast business networks established by senior political leaders, claimed that this apparent attitude of 'charity begins at home', is a threat to our democracy.
09 Oct 2012 - P. C.




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