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DEFINING THE ZUMA YEARS Though Jacob Zuma was no saint when he ascended to the presidency, he managed to convince most observers that he was a man more sinned against than one who was sinning
It did not take long for President Zuma to transform in the public’s eyes into the typical ‘Big Man’ African leader, driven by corruption. He managed to cling to
15 Mar 2018
DECISIVE ACTION URGENTLY NEEDED FROM ANC QUARTERS - ZUMA MUST GO, AND SOON Statement by Andre Venter, spokesperson of the trade union UASA:
Whenever Pres. Jacob Zuma announces a Cabinet shuffle there’s blood on the proverbial floor of the economy.  Minutes after his announcement earlier today the
19 Oct 2017
MINISTER JEFF RADEBE HEEDS SA'S CLARION CALL Jeff Radebe is as enduring as the expression ‘ubuntu’, which became a household word after Nelson Mandela’s iconic transition from prisoner to president
As the only member of Madiba’s historic 1994 cabinet who is still in office, Minister Radebe is the country’s longest-serving cabinet minister and the scope of his
08 Sep 2017 - C. G.
AFRICA South Africa’s 20 years of soft power crescendos
While African nations do not often come to mind as primary agents of soft power, South Africa’s moral authority and willingness to play an active role in the world gave it
02 Aug 2014
OIL AND GAS President Zuma, please don't sign
For those of us who have been following the progress of the MPRDA Bill as it tumbles towards promulgation, we have repeatedly felt twinges of indignation and disbelief occasioned
26 May 2014 - C. S.
LEADERSHIP CEO of PPC takes pay cut
PPC’s Chief Executive Ketso Gordhan took an R1 million pay cut and his top 60 managers’ remuneration was frozen in order to hike the wages of the cement manufacturer’s 1200 lowest earners.
25 Feb 2014
Cabinet reshuffle in historic perspective Zuma proves the more things change the more they stay the same
Personalities at the helm of governments and political parties change, governments or even whole systems of government are replaced.
17 Jul 2013
Guptagate undermines rule of law Threats to South Africa's law
If any further evidence was needed that there is indeed a threat to the rule of law in South Africa, the recent Guptagate saga should convincingly provide it.
11 Jun 2013 - G. N.
National Development Plan under threat NDP gets stuck in ANC’s ideological cracks
The National Development Plan (NDP) is under attack from the left wing of the African National Congress governing alliance.
11 Jun 2013 - S. T.
Government union relationship under scrutiny ANC–Cosatu political marriage increasingly troublesome
As labour relations in South Africa have deteriorated in recent weeks, the political marriage of convenience between the governing ANC and Cosatu has become increasingly untenable
04 Jun 2013 - S. T.




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