September 29

September 26

  • South Africa: After the End of Our Innocence [analysis]

    From our increasingly riotous streets to our ever more fractious parliament, it is undeniably clear that South Africa is not a country at ease with itself. And, as the language of... Read more »

September 24

September 23

September 17

September 15

September 11

  • South Africa: To Hell With Economics [analysis]

    President Jacob Zuma recently returned from Russia, a strange place to be for many when you're in the middle of a crisis at home, as many a commentator here in South Africa has... Read more »

  • South Africa: The Never Ending Exploitation of Domestic Workers [interview]

    They are important drivers of the South African economy, yet domestic workers are still amongst the lowest paid workers today. Their fate was sealed during the apartheid era when... Read more »

September 08

  • South Africa: The Myopia of Economics Journalism [analysis]

    We warned you! Business journalist Rob Rose made this claim recently about the media's reporting on the collapse of African Bank Investment Limited (ABIL). He argued that the... Read more »

August 29

September 01

August 28

August 25

August 20

August 18

August 19

  • South Africa: Johannesburg's Appalling Air Quality [analysis]

    The air in the interior of South Africa is amongst some of the most polluted in the world. It is killing our people. We see photographs and reports of air pollution in China and... Read more »

August 08

August 07

August 06

August 04

  • South Africa: Gaza and the Tasks of Journalism [opinion]

    In the past few weeks, the South African media has been dominated by the unfolding catastrophe in Gaza and South Africans have had to rely largely on foreign coverage of this issue... Read more »

July 30

July 29

July 24

  • Africa: Gaza Is Everyone's Concern [analysis]

    Every time a man has contributed to the victory of the dignity of the spirit, every time a man has said no to an attempt to subjugate his fellows, I have felt solidarity with his... Read more »

July 22

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