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RW Johnson says understanding the widening wealth gap since 1994 requires understanding the ANC's project
RW Johnson writes on the international implications of our over-reliance on coal for power generation
RW Johnson writes on why the Frelimo govt is so resistant to foreign military assistance in Cabo Delgado
RW Johnson says the insatiable demands of local ANC political machines have sucked our towns and cities dry
Mike Berger writes on the DA's difficulty in challenging the ANC, despite far outperforming it in govt
RW Johnson writes on the jihadist threat in Cabo Delgado, and the implications for southern Africa
RW Johnson says it is incontrovertible that Zille's head hunting went awry
RW Johnson writes on Blade Nzimande's challenge to his own govt's policy
RW Johnson says that faced by an existential crisis the ANC has retreated into the realm of fantasy
RW Johnson says at a time of national crisis too many intellectuals are peddling racial diversions
RW Johnson says now that govt has run out of funds SARB and the commercial banks are under pressure
RW Johnson writes on his decision to move back to South Africa from Oxford in 1994
Jeremy Gordin says the lockdown cost 3m people their jobs, and for what?
Jeremy Gordin ruminates on the FNF's strange cancellation of Politicsweb
RW Johnson says none of the party's factions seem to have much grasp on SA's predicament
RW Johnson writes on SA's ballooning state debt, and the options for dealing with it
RW Johnson asks what the SACP intellectual proposes to reverse the ANC's terrible story of failure
RW Johnson writes on how the SACP has been staking out a position against IMF-style reform
Jeremy Gordin on whether the Ramaphosa govt is using the lockdown for ulterior purposes, and what these may be
RW Johnson on the psychological hurdles facing the liberation movement at a time of crisis
RW Johnson writes on the alternatives, punted by the Left, to relief funding from the IMF and World Bank
RW Johnson writes on the internal ANC politics around accepting, or rejecting, a bail-out
Jeremy Gordin says SA is no country for old men (or women), who would like to walk their dogs
RW Johnson writes on the massive scoop the media missed last week
RW Johnson says the opposition will need something more than just a renewed adherence to liberal principles
RW Johnson says the ANC feeding frenzy has consumed the state, and the SOEs, and it is not yet over
RW Johnson says a leadership clear-out was essential, but the party needs to learn from its mistakes
Jeremy Gordin tries valiantly to uncast the die.
RW Johnson writes on what should be done to really reduce gender inequality