What can we do to ensure that BEE (Black Economic Empowerment) as a state policy does not become a form of reverse-apartheid or black-on-black apartheid? Comments welcome!
Neo-liberal scholars and experts of regional integration highlight the alleged virtues of common markets, where capital and goods flow freely within economically integrated regions. Yet, they tend to forget that […]
(To our South African readers) For a few months now, South Africa has been hanging in an institutional void. All eyes are onto the ANC’s elective conference that will take […]