The South African Civil Society Information Service (Johannesburg)
June 30, 2015
South Africa: Sacsis Has Stopped Publishing
It is with great sadness that the South African Civil Society Information Service (SACSIS) announces its closure today, June 30, 2015. We will no longer be publishing articles on… Read more »
June 26, 2015
South Africa: Do We Have the Humanity to Care for Others in a Post-Work Society?
The South African government has finally come around to talking about introducing a national minimum wage. There's still no indication what the floor will be set at, but this is… Read more »
June 23, 2015
South Africa: Charleston (it's Not Over)
Since the 1920s Charleston has been the name of a dance, a dance with roots in Africa and made white and famous on Broadway. Now Charleston is the name of a massacre, the murder of… Read more »
June 24, 2015
South Africa: Eskom's Class Agenda
Eskom has been plagued by inefficiencies and scandals. There's been load shedding, exorbitantly large managerial salaries, and scandals around tenders and coal-supply costs. Over… Read more »
June 17, 2015
South Africa: Are We Attracting the Wrong Kind of Mining Entrepreneurs?
South African wealth is founded on our extraordinary mineral bounty, conservatively valued at over $3 trillion (R36 trillion). Our future is dependent on how we manage this… Read more »
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