This year’s budget will be a balancing act, but the treasury needs to prioritise restoring South Africans economic agency
Rebuilding is crucial, but democracies cannot allow themselves to be held to ransom by the destruction of anarchists in dictating where public funds should be spent
Cyril Ramaphosa’s creative employment of the SANDF as part of Covid-19 relief efforts is an example of using the military to build social cohesion
Bandied around as a panacea, “social cohesion” is actually a way for the elite to dominate citizens by forcing them to repress their differences
The deputy president will be asked about social cohesion, moral regeneration and radical economic transformation
People’s experiences of accessing and succeeding in higher education are affected by their social standing
If social cohesion is not defined and a social pact not developed, democracy is further undermined and inequality, along racial lines, widens
Forget the UN, social justice movements offer the only viable solution to global warming.
ANC deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa has tackled the issue of social cohesion, but the ANC has fallen far from Nelson Mandela’s non-racial vision.
There are many approaches to what constitutes social cohesion.
Several flaws in the rainbow nation may account for South Africa’s frightened communities.
Media must report rensponsibly on violence.
Social cohesion is both a protection against and a casualty of violence.
Taking the notion of "social cohesion" out of the academic field and into the real world is not as tricky as it seems.