Category: South Africa
Subsidized white capitalists and oppressed activists are amongst those who must “not be named”
Brazil, Russia, India and China quietly step on African heads to get more IMF voting power, as one instance of the anti-Western rhetorical charade
Is South Africa finally maturing to the point that the economic – not just political – compromises of the 1990s democratic transition can be reconsidered?
The economic strength of the BRICS took a turn for the worse in the 2010s
The country’s surface-level political drama should not distract from deeper fissures
South Africa’s youth are leading an uncompromising movement to right the wrongs of the post-apartheid era
Will Beijing amplify the neo-colonial patterns of extractive looting paved by Western capital?
Could Beijing adopt an anti-imperial currency policy – or next week, will it become a tighter sub-imperial ally of Western financiers?
An amazing thing happened in South Africa this month when the government tried to raise university tuition. Students fought back. And they won.
Students fought back against proposed tuition hikes – and won