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Mashupye Herbert Maserumule

Mashupye Herbert Maserumule

    How the ANC blew a chance to regain SA’s trust
    How the ANC blew a chance to regain SA’s trust
    The 5th policy conference of South Africa’s governing African...
    How Zuma blew the chance to steal a march on his opponents
    How Zuma blew the chance to steal a march on his opponents
    As the dust was starting to settle on South African President Jacob Zuma’s recent controversial reshuffle of his cabinet, a new storm erupted....
    Sassa grants debacle: About political trickery, not separation of powers
    Sassa grants debacle: About political trickery, not separation of powers
    The social grants debacle in South Africa throws up a number of questions about the country’s state of politics, governance, leadership and democracy....
    The ANC can only be salvaged by leadership of epic ethical proportions
    The ANC can only be salvaged by leadership of epic ethical proportions
    What a year 2016 was for South Africa.
    Robert Sobukwe’s pan-Africanist dream: An elusive idea that refuses to die
    Robert Sobukwe’s pan-Africanist dream: An elusive idea that refuses to die
    Is Africa really for Africans? American commissioner to Africa and abolitionist Martin Delany asked this question a century and a half ago following...
    South Africa faces uneasy questions about the power of President Zuma
    South Africa faces uneasy questions about the power of President Zuma
    Thuli Madonsela ended her tenure as South Africa’s public protector with a resounding parting shot: a report titled State of Capture....
    Tumultuous times for South Africa as it enters the era of coalition politics
    Tumultuous times for South Africa as it enters the era of coalition politics
    South Africa is in a tryst with tumultuous times as coalitions take shape to unlock...
    Why Africa's professors are afraid of colonial education being dismantled
    Why Africa's professors are afraid of colonial education being dismantled
    A series of student protests in South Africa has thrown up a number of questions. Many of these are linked to the problem of decolonising institutions. And at least one implicates the country’s professoriate by asking: how do academics transcend Western knowledge systems and ways of...