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The terror of poverty in South Africa Gap between rich and poor still significant in South Africa
The appearance of the organisation Economic Freedom Fighters on the political landscape is symptomatic of one of the biggest challenges to democracy in South Africa.
05 Oct 2012 - P. C.
Managing a revolution What the Marikana Mine disaster tells us about South African politics
The events at Marikana, where unrest surrounding the Lonmin mine has already claimed at least 45 lives, are likely, to be described as a defining moment in the history of post-apartheid South Africa.
18 Sep 2012 - P. C.
Roots of Lonmin A tragedy long in the making
Political opportunists like Julius Malema were quick to descend on the situation but the roots of the tragic events that led up to the deaths of so many people at the Lonmin mine at Marikana last week
22 Aug 2012 - P. C. / S. T.
Zuma and the turncoats Five years ago, the ANCYL helped Zuma to oust Mbeki as leader.
When the ANC Youth League (ANCYL) recently heaped glowing congratulations and adulation on the head of ex-president Thabo Mbeki on the occasion of his 70th birthday...
03 Jul 2012 - P. C.
Will Sisulu change tone of negotiations? “winter of discontent”
Former Defence Minister, Lindiwe Sisulu, had hardly taken up her new position as Public Service and Administration minister before she had hardened trade unionists treading carefully.
03 Jul 2012 - S. T.
Mixed results for Zuma at policy conference For incumbent Jacob Zuma the results were mixed.
As predicted last week, the ANC’s national policy conference this past week was little more than a precursor for the ANC’s elective national conference in December.
03 Jul 2012 - S. T.
Zuma consolidates party support Zuma consolidates party support in ANC leadership race
President Jacob Zuma appears to be on an upward curve in terms of mobilising support for re-election as president of the ruling ANC. Its national congress takes place in December.
19 Jun 2012 - S. T.
Nationalisation of land Land ownership battle intensifies
The radical campaign for the nationalisation of land without compensation in South Africa has intensified considerably over recent weeks.
19 Jun 2012 - P. C.




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