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Keith Gottschalk

Keith Gottschalk

    Snags that could cast doubt on ANC’s choice of new leaders
    Snags that could cast doubt on ANC’s choice of new leaders
    The ANC holds its highly contested national elective conference for its top six leaders, between December 16 – 20. The conference will, among other things, mark the end of
    Zuma’s allies are once again gung-ho about nuclear. Will they get their way?
    Zuma’s allies are once again gung-ho about nuclear. Will they get their way?
    South Africa’s nuclear build programme seems to be
    Sixty years after Sputnik: taking stock and looking to the future
    Sixty years after Sputnik: taking stock and looking to the future
    It’s been 60 years since the Soviet Union fired the first salvo of the space age. On October 4 1957 it launched Sputnik, the world’s first satellite, as its...
    Cyril Ramaphosa’s leaked emails: Echoes of apartheid-era dirty tricks
    Cyril Ramaphosa’s leaked emails: Echoes of apartheid-era dirty tricks
    A routine smear. This is the view of the overwhelming majority of commentators and analysts about last weekend’s “revelations” in the Sunday...
    War of attrition against President ‘Zupta’ is in full swing
    War of attrition against President ‘Zupta’ is in full swing
    The first big surprise was that Baleka Mbete, the speaker of the National...
    ANC policy conference shows shifting balance of power
    ANC policy conference shows shifting balance of power
    The media reported on...
    Rebellion is on the march against Zuma. But will it be enough to oust him?
    Rebellion is on the march against Zuma. But will it be enough to oust him?
    The last nine months of Jacob Zuma’s rule as president of the governing African National...
    Jacob Zuma lives to fight another day though fallout from latest revolt will live on
    Jacob Zuma lives to fight another day though fallout from latest revolt will live on
    South Africa’s African National Congress’s National...
    Sars Wars: Comrades in arms against apartheid are now at one another's throats
    Sars Wars: Comrades in arms against apartheid are now at one another's throats
    South Africa’s embattled finance minister Pravin Gordhan has come under attack from two colleagues in government. The public attack has
    Major shift in South African politics as the DA breaks out of its Cape enclave
    Major shift in South African politics as the DA breaks out of its Cape enclave
    The immediate response of the African National Congress to the defeats it suffered in local government elections last week was to say that it...
    Excluding Arab states contradicts the ideals of pan-Africanism
    Excluding Arab states contradicts the ideals of pan-Africanism
    The 8th Pan-African Congress marks a dramatic, racialised rupture from 12 previous Pan-African congresses, because, as Bennie Bunsee writes, "the congress did not...