S Africa's New Political Movement Criticised
There has been mixed reaction from analysts and other political parties, following activist Dr Mamphela Ramphele's announcement on her 'political party platform' known as Agang SA meaning Build South Africa. While some have welcomed her idea others believe it doesn’t have a future.
Mamphela Ramphele, Former Managing Director, World Bank and former Vice-Chancellor, University of Cape Town.Mamphela Ramphela has spent a lifetime as a leading campaigner for social justice both domestically and globally. She sits on the board of directors of the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa.
African National Congress, 18 February 2013
The National Working Committee of the African National Congress met with the PEC of Limpopo at the Ranch Hotel on the 17th - 18th February 2013. This was a follow up meeting to ... read more »
South Africa: Cosatu Sees No Future for Agang
Congress of South African Trade Unions, 18 February 2013
The Congress of South African Trade Unions has noted the announcement by Mamphela Ramphele that she is launching a new ‘party political platform’ called Agang. read more »
South Africa: Ramphele's New Party and the Country's Political Economy
ThinkAfricaPress, 18 February 2013
Think Africa Press' editor answers your questions about South Africa's structural challenges, the ANC's dominance, and the significance of Ramphele and Ramaphosa. read more »