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With the announcement of the 2024 national and provincial elections by President Cyril Ramaphosa setting the stage for a pivotal moment in South Africa's democratic journey, the nation's political landscape finds itself at a crossroads. (By Zamayirha Peter)


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Low-carbon and digital economy transitions are set to change South Africa’s political economy and social structure. We need effective regulatory and social protection systems to cushion the working class against the social costs of technological and economic upgrading. (by Dr. Khwezi Mabasa)


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Chris Hani’s legacy is often reduced to debates about his tragic death in April 1993, but his significance goes beyond South Africa’s democratic transition. (by Dr. Khwezi Mabasa)


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It is outdated economic thinking that the country cannot afford BIGs (by Gilad Isaacs, Neil Coleman and Kelle Howson)


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The Salga warning over how solar incentives could drive municipalities deeper into the red highlights just the tip of the iceberg writes, Phindile Kunene.


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South Africans commemorate Human Rights Day annually by drawing attention to the historical and political significance of this day. By Dr. Khwezi Mabasa.


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The question of media being under-resourced is a significant challenge that presents itself in various problems that affect the overall dissemination of information.


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The 2012 massacre should be understood as a continuation of this historical trend, highlighting the connections between economic and political social justice in South Africa.


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The historic march of 9 August 1956 was not only to protest the atrocious pass laws but a struggle waged against the patriarchal, classist and racist society brought to South Africa by colonialists as presented in the apartheid governance system.


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01.08.2022 | Fort Hare Autumn School, Democracy and Political Culture, Youth leadership programme | Voices, News

South Africa women still bear the brunt of relegation to the periphery of society in 2022.


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