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Make the SA economy work for graduates
Make the SA economy work for graduates
There is a lot of talk about the South African economy but not enough concrete economic policy recommendations. Even the treasury’s revised...
SA unemployment soars to 11-year high
SA unemployment soars to 11-year high
South Africa’s ailing economy continues to shed jobs, causing the unemployment rate to climb to its highest level since 2008, according to the...
Political leadership is in a mess
Political leadership is in a mess
Saturday. Santiago. I rise early not to watch the first rugby quarter-final but the historic “super Saturday” sitting of the British House of...
The idealism of #ImStaying has its limits
The idealism of #ImStaying has its limits
Disappointment and dissatisfaction seem to define post-apartheid South Africa. These attitudes manifest in different ways. For the millions of...
The farm workers who produce our food are the most vulnerable to hunger
The farm workers who produce our food are the most vulnerable to hunger
It is tragic and outrageous that the people who produce the food that we eat in South Africa are those most likely to go hungry. Some people think...
Judgment day for corrupt municipality
Judgment day for corrupt municipality
Can or will a municipality be dissolved by the order of a court? Judgment in Unemployed People’s Movement (UPM) vs Premier of the Eastern Cape &...
A million children can’t attend creche
A million children can’t attend creche
About 1.1-million children aged between three and five in South Africa do not attend an early childhood learning programme. Most of these children...
Beyond baobabble, toil & trouble
Beyond baobabble, toil & trouble
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni, no doubt frustrated at the somnolence of the economy and a noticeable lack of ideas to regenerate it, last week...
Jobseekers suffocate in the shade of Sasol’s smokestacks
Jobseekers suffocate in the shade of Sasol’s smokestacks
In the shadow of Sasol in Sasolburg is the dilapidated office of the Metsimaholo Labour Forum.
Prejudice against immigrants cuts across class and race
Prejudice against immigrants cuts across class and race
The most common solution believed by South Africans to deal with xenophobia is to expel immigrants, research by the Human Sciences Research Council...
What does ‘fourth industrial revolution’ even mean?
What does ‘fourth industrial revolution’ even mean?
Over the past three years, very excited politicians have used every opportunity to talk about 4IR as the next phase of South Africa’s...
R13bn state jobs project heads to court
R13bn state jobs project heads to court
As the department of co-operative governance tries to iron out the kinks in its Community Work Programme, the flaws in the CWP will be under...

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