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Latest Raymond Suttner

Ethics and scholarship: revisiting why I withdrew a thesis 49 years ago

Raymond Suttner

On 14 December I will be awarded a Master of Laws (LLM) degree by UCT.  This, as many media reports have noted, is 49 years after I first submitted... 

Latest Aubrey Matshiqi

State capture – again


In my last interview with, I argued that there is an Askari element in the African National Congress (ANC). This Askari element consists... 

Latest Econ3x3

Why has manufacturing employment declined so rapidly?


The manufacturing sector has performed poorly and employment has fallen sharply. Policy has tended to push manufacturing onto a more... 

Latest Institute for Security Studies

How alike is land reform in Namibia and South Africa?

Institute for Security Studies

While land reform has dominated South Africa’s headlines, it has also emerged as a major polarising issue in Namibia ahead of next year’s national... 

Latest South African Institute of International Affairs

The SA-EU Strategic Partnership Summit: correcting the compass needle

South African Institute of International Affairs

South Africa and the European Union will meet on 15 November in Brussels for the seventh Summit of the SA-EU Strategic Partnership. It is a... 

Latest Sydney Majoko

Govt moving to accelerate measures to boost township economy


One of the most frustrating realities of government operations is the red tape that entrepreneurs experience when they seek assistance. The slow... 

Latest Saliem Fakir

Enviro rights entail more than just the environment


It is important to review where we have come from over the past 20 years and how much has been achieved in that time. South Africa's Constitution... 

Latest The Conversation

South African court resets power balance between villagers, mines and chiefs

The Conversation

South Africa’s Constitutional Court recently passed an important judgment that’s fundamentally challenged the power imbalance between mining... 

Latest CCRED

Quarterly Competition Review


In the developing world, disease and poverty are interdependent making access to essential medicines at affordable prices even more critical. 80%... 

Latest Real Economy

Building bridges to future


By circumstance rather than design, the end states of several of South Africa’s largest – and most troubled – State-owned companies (SoCs) are... 

Other Opinions

Does Gauteng make up a third of South Africa’s GDP? And is it Africa’s seventh biggest economy?

Other Opinions

South Africa’s Gauteng province beat several other African locations to host the Africa Investment Forum, premier David Makhura said in early... 

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