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What will result from South Africa’s pivotal elections?

By Chris Hattingh May is election month in South Africa. Given the ongoing high-unemployment, low-growth malaise afflicting the country (resulting largely from the current governing party’s ideological and policy choices), the consensus...

From the “On the Contrary” column: Look who’s smiling here

AS happens on the rare occasion, I was sitting quietly in a corner of the local pub and grill, sampling the art of the brewmaster. Luke the Dude would have none...

We are the ANC: and we have a problem

There is nothing quite like a good intervention. My 16 year old daughter in particular has a great fondness for them and at least twice a week stages one for any...

S. Africa, Home of the Kruger Rand, Issues Democracy Coins

South Africa, home of the Kruger rand that is the most widely held and actively traded bullion coin worldwide, issued a new set of collectible coins commemorating 25 years of democracy. South...

25 years of SA democracy, how much has changed?

On the 27th of April South Africa celebrated Freedom day which marked 25 years of democracy. During these 25 years much has changed in the economic and social sphere of the nation....

What does a stronger South African democracy mean for tourism?

As South Africans, we live and breathe politics. In our young democracy and the quest for a more equal society, not a day goes by where we aren’t trying to grow,...

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