June 30

  • South Africa: Sacsis Has Stopped Publishing [press release]

    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

June 24

  • South Africa: Eskom's Class Agenda [analysis]

    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 23

  • South Africa: Charleston (it's Not Over) [analysis]

    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 18

June 17

June 15

  • South Africa: Racist Bullies At Racially Integrated Schools [opinion]

    With Youth Day upon us again this week commemorating the contribution made by the school-going children of Soweto during the apartheid struggle in 1976, it's hard to gloss over the... Read more »

June 12

June 10

June 09

June 04

June 03

June 02

  • South Africa: Is South Africa Stuck in the Past? [opinion]

    Some parts of our world are already being delivered into a new industrial revolution, but this revolution is one that will likely pass by South Africa due to our continued reliance... Read more »

May 29

May 26

May 20

  • Africa: Time for Democracy in Singapore? [opinion]

    The late Singapore strongman Lee Kuan Yew famously argued that Asia was no place for liberal democracy. Instead, he argued for a kind of soft authoritarianism guided by "Asian... Read more »

May 19

  • South Africa: Praxis and Social Mobilisation [opinion]

    There is an extraordinary degree of popular protest in South Africa. It is diverse, dynamic and unstable and it includes elements that are emancipatory, contradictory and... Read more »

May 18

May 14

May 12

May 11

May 08

  • South Africa: Fortress South Africa [opinion]

    South Africa is emerging from the most severe spate of xenophobic attacks since 2008, although the attacks have never really stopped. What lessons need to be learned from the... Read more »

May 05

May 04

April 23

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