Deepening Democracy through Access to Information

Raymond Suttner

Non-violence is essential to respect human dignity

13th November 2017 Much media coverage currently focuses on the “race” for the ANC presidency, “slates” of individuals who would apparently form part of the... 

How do we get rid of Jacob Zuma and rebuild democracy?

30th October 2017 Every time one thinks we have heard the worst about Zuma and his acolytes or fraudsters or gangster associates there is more that emerges, as with... 

Policing in post-apartheid South Africa: the past in the present

23rd October 2017 For most people, the police were the face of apartheid representing force against the majority of the South African population, without whose... 


Leadership in question

18th October 2017 Very many South Africans are worried about the character and quality of leadership of the country and continue to hear allegations of corruption... 

Betrayal and recovering trust?

9th October 2017 Hardly a day passes without new revelations of state capture, corruption and other forms of malgovernance. These emanate from the Public... 

The ANC and future without the ANC

2nd October 2017 The violence in the ANC Eastern Cape elective conference shocked many people, even though violence (and murder) has become a common feature of the... 

Decolonising project: what is the place of ubuntu?

26th September 2017 The process of pursuing decolonisation of the colonial and apartheid knowledge and cultural projects, often relates to retrieval of the... 

Zuma and allies under pressure: what way forward for the country?

18th September 2017 We are in a very confusing moment of post apartheid politics. At one level much of the support base around President Jacob Zuma is under attack or... 

December ANC conference: what are realistic expectations?

11th September 2017 Most commentators and sections of business see December 2017 as a decisive moment for the country, insofar as someone other than Jacob Zuma is... 

Are DA-led coalitions sustainable now and into 2019?

5th September 2017 In last year’s local government elections the ANC nearly fell below 50% of the national vote. It lost three major metros, in addition to Cape Town,... 

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