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South Africa’s land crisis, an albatross for Ramaphosa

President caught between satisfying African base and white backers By Anthony Opara   In the East London suburb of Duncan Village on...

South Africa: Watching the Ramaphosa economy

Will South Africa’s Economy Continue to Grow under Cyril Ramaphosa? By Tajudeen Hamzat   Following South Africa’s...

Budget processes: South Africa leads the world

Records dismal scores in citizens’ participation By John Eche, with agency reports   South Africa is currently leading the world...

Lessons from Jacob Zuma’s ‘slow death’ experience

  Politics: Lessons from Jacob Zuma’s ‘slow death’ experience By Richard Mammah   In Davos this week, the...

Land is South Africa’s next big battle

…and it could be real messy! By Richard Mammah   Recent reports from South Africa of a seeming increase in incidents of...

Post-victory, Ramaphosa plays the balancing act

Campaign over, its time to unify the ANC, but… By John Eche   Days after securing a cliff-edge win in South Africa’s very...

ANC: Lessons from the Ramaphosa win!

You can make it if you really try! – Peter Tosh   By Richard Mammah   Here are four lessons from the victory of South...

Editorial: Standing for something eventually pays

Thuli Madonsela: Tribute to an African Amazon Thuli Madonsela. She was a virtual unknown until she took up the job. Now she stands out as a...

Uproar over new emergency regulations in South Africa

Critics say it is politically-motivated By John Eche   An uproar has arisen in South Africa over reports of amendments being made to...

Succession battle: Zuma goes for broke!

Ahead of Elective Conference, a jittery President explores various fall options By John Eche   With all of the indicators presently...