Sunday Indy Books

The best of South African literature

Copy of Copy of 2843557
INDEPENDENT MEDIA

Parastatals facing their Waterloo

The parlous state of SA parastatals may fly in the face of the economic revival envisaged by the ANC in 2007, writes Craig Dodds.

Read Story

IOL pic dec3 anc flag file
INDEPENDENT MEDIA

2014 was a tough year for the ANC

SA now has two potentially game-changing political movements which both have their genesis in disgruntlement within the governing party’s leadership.

Read Story

Copy of 2844921
INDEPENDENT MEDIA

Expulsion was settling score – Numsa

Numsa believes that Cosatu’s dominant faction had a political score to settle, and this is the reason for the union’s expulsion last month.

Read Story

Sunday Independent Opinion and Anaylsis

Items 36 - 40 of 126

Lets embrace ‘never again to any people’ ethic
November 30 2014 at 01:08

Emma Daitz writes that the “never again to any people” ethic requires that we ensure that it is not interpreted in any way that implicitly or explicitly excludes any group of people.

Read Story
0 comments

Media companies dodge questions over BEE and transformation
November 25 2014 at 12:37

Report suggests blacks and women still marginalised 20 years on, write Andile Ntingi. Read Story
0 comments

Ideological paralysis has killed Cosatu
November 23 2014 at 11:07

These divisions have their roots in whether labour should focus solely on workers' interests, or forge political ties, writes Mcebisi Ndletyana.

Read Story
0 comments

An idiot’s guide to Zim politics
November 23 2014 at 11:30

This is Ray Ndlovu's idiot's guide to Zimbabwe politics.

Read Story
0 comments

Grace’s dirty tricks could hurt Mugabe
November 23 2014 at 11:24

The Zimbabwean first lady's political ambitions are laid bare in her crusade against Vice-President Joice Mujuru, writes Ray Ndlovu.

Read Story
0 comments

Items 36 - 40 of 126