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Democracy is key to economic success
Democracy is key to economic success
The first reason for supporting democracy in Africa is that the continent’s democracies have typically posted economic growth rates that are...
If the recent poll is anything to go by, future elections will be vicious and violent
If the recent poll is anything to go by, future elections will be vicious and violent
As the euphoria of election campaigning dies down, and power changes hands in our municipalities, we would be remiss to gloss over the re-emergence...
Miffed former president Thabo Mbeki will not punt the ANC
Miffed former president Thabo Mbeki will not punt the ANC
First the ANC’s top man in Gauteng wrote a letter asking for his help. Then Johannesburg’s mayor went knocking at his door.
More parties are contesting the local government elections than ever before at a record-breaking 200
More parties are contesting the local government elections than ever before at a record-breaking 200
The number of parties planning to contest the local government elections this year has shot up by two-thirds, compared to five years...
Zuma stops by taxi rank on campaign trail
Zuma stops by taxi rank on campaign trail
Times are so tough that she didn’t want to volunteer a free apple to President Jacob Zuma, but fruit and vegetable seller Vivian Diko said she...
Desperate and divided, SA is gatvol
Desperate and divided, SA is gatvol
Increasingly, South Africans from all walks of life are mobilising for change. Many resort to public protest in the hope of galvanising the...
Biometric technology won't yield fair elections
Biometric technology won't yield fair elections
South Africa stands out on the continent as one of the few countries where biometric voter registration is not high up on the agenda.
The eloquence of stony-faced defeat
The eloquence of stony-faced defeat
In Kremlinology, watching facial expressions and body language tells as much of a story as a thousand speeches. Last weekend’s ANC KwaZulu-Natal...
Canada basks in 'sunny' win
Canada basks in 'sunny' win
Friendly old Canada, left for dead after nine years of stern rule under the divisive government of Conservative prime minister Stephen Harper, has...

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