Monthly Archives: January 2014


My previous column elicited a wide range of public and private responses that have caused me to reflect again on my decision to vote for the EFF in 2014. Having considered most of these arguments – and more – before … Continue reading

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The A to Z of things we cannot simply blame on apartheid (or did not expect in a democratic South Africa)

We are often told by the ruling party that given the massive legacies of apartheid, we – and poor, black and marginalized South Africans in particular – cannot expect things to change overnight, that twenty years are too short a … Continue reading

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