Category: South Africa

Paddy O'Halloran: The University and Debt

Thinking About Neocolonialism in the United States

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Patrick Bond: Corporate-state degeneracy

In South Africa’s fight between hostile brothers – the “Zuptas” and “White Monopoly Capital” – a new consensus appears

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Patrick Bond: Capitalist ‘deglobalization’

BRICS Xiamen summit doomed by centrifugal economics

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Patrick Bond: Falling BRICS

Most of the BRICS countries have witnessed sustained protests, many against corruption, environmental destruction and labor abuse

Janet Cherry: Successes and Failures

There are lessons that have been learned by the South Africa student movement, including a greater realization of their own power

Adri Nieuwhof: Israel treats prisoners worse than apartheid

The situation of the Palestinian prisoners reminds the older generation in South Africa of their past

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Patrick Bond: South Africa: Mass protests

On South Africa’s political left, the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) party dominated recent news by leading a mass march on President Jacob Zuma’s office in Pretoria

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Patrick Bond: Demanding Zuma’s Resignation

ANC’s leadership called into question as Zuma’s corruption ridden Presidency is headed to an end, who will lead the country next?

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Patrick Bond: South Africa labeled ‘junk’

Will Cabinet shake-up and credit rating downgrade shift ruling-party ideology?

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Patrick Bond: BRICS Dashing Green-Developmental Hopes?

Will the Brazil-Russia-India-China-South Africa (BRICS) bloc ever really challenge the world financial order? The BRICS New Development Bank (NDB) leadership is meeting in New Delhi from 31 March to 2 April with a degree of fanfare unmatched by accomplishments. It is a good moment to assess progress since the BRICS Summit in 2013 when rumour Read more…

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