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Jeff Rudin

Jeff Rudin

    Race reinvented for post-apartheid SA
    Race reinvented for post-apartheid SA
    Two decades since 1994, we’re still stuck in the racial categories of the old regime - a colour-coding of class from which only the rich benefit.
    No fees: Breathe fire into ubuntu
    No fees: Breathe fire into ubuntu
    South Africa can afford fee-free universities without squeezing them to make do with even less.
    A green economy grows jobs
    A green economy grows jobs
    There is no trade-off between a lower carbon economy and unemployment and poverty.
    Class elephant ironically ignored
    Class elephant ironically ignored
    The class of class struggle is much more than just an objective measure of poverty or wealth, of inequality or economic power.
    Wage gap kept wide open by top echelons
    Wage gap kept wide open by top echelons
    Section 27 of the Employment Equity Act has been largely ignored since 1998, even by Cosatu, write Dick Forslund and Jeff Rudin.
    Symbolic policy can't paper over NDP's widening cracks
    Symbolic policy can't paper over NDP's widening cracks
    An encouraging investment climate takes priority over good climate-change intentions.
    Green economy: Humanity's long, slow suicide
    Green economy: Humanity's long, slow suicide
    The much-vaunted green economy is an illusion that hides that nothing much has changed, says Jeff Rudin.
    Capitalists put profit ahead of attempts to save the planet
    Capitalists put profit ahead of attempts to save the planet
    Karl Marx noted that the last capitalist would sell the rope used for his own hanging and the burying of the system.