privatisation

 
Gigaba: 'We'll work within the law to transform SA'
Gigaba: 'We'll work within the law to transform SA'
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba has dismissed calls to expropriate land without compensation, saying the ANC government should use the existing...
Jo’burg museums are decaying, but will privatising them create more problems?
Jo’burg museums are decaying, but will privatising them create more problems?
COMMENTIt is generally well known that South Africa’s museums are poorly resourced and inadequately managed. So when one hears that there...
Editorial: Give privatisation a fair hearing
Editorial: Give privatisation a fair hearing
It has been impossible to mention the P-word – privatisation – in South African political discourse for many years now. If spoken at all, it...
Privatisation the way to fix SA's 'failing fortunes'
Privatisation the way to fix SA's 'failing fortunes'
The South African Institute of Race Relations has called for a review of some of the country's laws to help South Africa grow and be more...
Letters to the Editor: July 8
Letters to the Editor: July 8
Mail & Guardian readers weigh in on racism, privatisation, the education system and more.
Zim hopes to revive struggling state firms
Zim hopes to revive struggling state firms
Zimbabwe hopes to have clear plans by the end of the year on turning around 10 struggling state firms under a revived privatisation drive, which a...
UKZN privatisation dispute rolls on
UKZN privatisation dispute rolls on
Students incensed by apparent privatisation plans at the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN) were due to continue protests on Thursday and Friday....
'Residence privatisation' causes rumpus at UKZN
'Residence privatisation' causes rumpus at UKZN
Student protests at the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN) escalated throughout the week as rumours of plans to privatise residences swept through...

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