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Present day turmoil – a replay Lessons to be learned from history
The100-year mark of the first violent clashes between workers and security forces in South African history on 5 July almost slipped by unnoticed.
26 Jul 2013
Tough times ahead on labour front ANC/Cosatu relationship in urgent need of review
The intimate relationship between the governing African National Congress and the Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) since the run-up to the first fully democratic elections in 1994.
16 Jul 2013 - P. C.
Economic and social stability threatened Marikana lesson not learnt
In October last year, a multi-sectoral stakeholders’ meeting convened by the president announced measures to prevent a recurrence of the Marikana events.
11 Jun 2013 - S. T.
Trade union war threatens South Africa’s stability Peace force will not solve inherent structural problems
There is a war raging among South African trade unions, minister of labour, Mildred Oliphant, admitted by implication when she said government may deploy a peacekeeping force to restore stability to the mines.
11 Jun 2013 - P. C.
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.
Decay of public institutions Confidence in key SA institutions on the wane
In a shock development, finance minister Pravin Gordhan last week appointed a retired judge to probe allegations of impropriety against South African Revenue Service commissioner, Oupa Magashula.
02 Apr 2013 - S. T.
Agang: The journey begins Mamphele Ramphele's political platform
A new era in South African politics began this week with the birth of Dr Mamphela Ramphele’s Agang
19 Feb 2013 - P. V. R.
Interview with Mervyn King, the king of SA governance Video
Mervyn King, whose King reports are the gold standard for JSE-listed companies, shares his views on current day corporate governance in South Africa with Leadership Magazine.
22 Jan 2013 - C. M. C.
Protests continue Heading for a Christmas of discontent?
It started as widespread amorphous service delivery protests, but now it has become a more focused, targeted and better organised action.
27 Nov 2012 - P. C. / S. T.
Big Brother SA’s worrying impact on neighbours Blows to South Africa's economy and political instability are viewed with concern by surrounding countries
Canada has a saying that describes its relationship with the United States: “How do you sleep with an elephant? Carefully.”
27 Nov 2012 - S. T.




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