Chief economist at the South African Institute of Race Relations, Ian Cruickshanks has advised trade unions to take a broader look at the implications of their attitude towards South Africa’s BRICS membership.
July 2018 marks Nelson Mandela’s centenary year. Why is he still so revered across the world?
A total of 27 mineworkers have died since the beginning of this year, which has raised questions about safety in mines.
The apartheid regime backed down and in 1987 recognised the 1st May as a public holiday.
James Hamill considers the decision by Shaun Abrahams, head of South Africa’s NPA, to charge former president Jacob Zuma.
Political analyst, David Moore, says regionally, South Africa and Zimbabwe are entering a new era.
South Africa’s governing party, the African National Congress (ANC), has a new president – Cyril Ramaphosa. But who is he?
JB Marks was a member of the ANC, a trade unionist and a Marxist-Leninist during a very critical period in the history of the country.
The African National Congress is the governing party of South Africa, supported by its tripartite alliance with the Cosatu and the SACP, and Sanco.
Youth unemployment in South Africa has increasingly come under the spotlight as an urgent social, economic challenge, while some even argue it to be a ‘ticking political time bomb’.