Our own writing in the media

Every year our analysts and policy experts, in promoting new ideas and policies, contribute a wide range of articles to newspapers across South Africa.
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Our own writing in the media

Every year our analysts and policy experts, in promoting new ideas and policies, contribute a wide range of articles to newspapers across South Africa.

History begins to repeat itself as ANC shows true colours - Business Day, 5th December 2011.

In his regular column in Business Day, the Institute's CEO, John Kane-Berman, argues that there is more at stake than press freedom and the right of the public to know the latest news on government malfeasance. Sooner or later the courts will be drawn into the fight.

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National Development Plan might undermine the revolution - Business Day, 21st November 2011.

It is often stated that South Africa has good policies in place but the implentation of those policies is poor. Our CEO, John Kane-Berman, argues that the opposite is true: poor policies are abundant in South Africa.

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Seeing Society in a Pile of Data like a Statue in a Marble Block - Business Day, 7th November 2011.

The CEO of the Institute, John Kane-Berman, pays tribute to Lawrence Schlemmer. Professor Schlemmer was a top social scientist and researcher in South Africa and was a Vice-President of the Institute.

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After Losing Soviet Union as a Compass, ANC Has a New One - Business Day, 24th October 2011.

In his fortnightly article in Business Day, the CEO of the Institute, John Kane-Berman, argues that the ANC has found a new policy compass in the Chinese.

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More people are waking up to the nature of the ANC beast - Business Day, 10th October 2011.

Far from the leopard changing its spots, what is slowly beginning to happen is that more people, the latest being Tutu, are waking up to the nature of the beast.

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Mantashe cannot deny master plan so has to rely on smears - Business Day, 26th September 2011.

In his fortnightly column in Business Day, John Kane-Berman responds to Gwede Mantashe's comments on the SAIRR following Mr Kane-Berman's speech 'Revealing the Master Plan: What the ANC has in store for South Africa' in Cape Town last week.

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"Baffling" developments fit the game plan - Business Day, 12th September 2011.

In his fortnightly article in Business Day, John Kane-Berman argues that the "baffling" decisions made by the ANC of late are part of a larger plan outlined in the National Democratic Revolution (NDR).

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Letter: Wish list ironic - Business Day, 9th September 2011.

[Business Day] report that the new Black Business Council — having suspended its membership of Business Unity SA (Busa) — now has a long list of "wants" (Black business ratchets up pressure on Busa, September 8).

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Irrelevant squabbles - Business Day, 29th August 2011.

Frans Cronje argues that both business and the Government should think long and hard about their role in South Africa when the things they squabble over have lost relevance to ordinary people.

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Economy - Business Day, 29th August 2011.

Frans Cronje argues that we continue to ignore the young and poor at our peril.

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History begins to repeat itself as ANC shows true colours - Business Day, 5th December 2011.

In his regular column in Business Day, the Institute's CEO, John Kane-Berman, argues that there is more at stake than press freedom and the right of the public to know the latest news on government malfeasance. Sooner or later the courts will be drawn into the fight.

Read More…

National Development Plan might undermine the revolution - Business Day, 21st November 2011.

It is often stated that South Africa has good policies in place but the implentation of those policies is poor. Our CEO, John Kane-Berman, argues that the opposite is true: poor policies are abundant in South Africa.

Read More…

Seeing Society in a Pile of Data like a Statue in a Marble Block - Business Day, 7th November 2011.

The CEO of the Institute, John Kane-Berman, pays tribute to Lawrence Schlemmer. Professor Schlemmer was a top social scientist and researcher in South Africa and was a Vice-President of the Institute.

Read More…

After Losing Soviet Union as a Compass, ANC Has a New One - Business Day, 24th October 2011.

In his fortnightly article in Business Day, the CEO of the Institute, John Kane-Berman, argues that the ANC has found a new policy compass in the Chinese.

Read More…

More people are waking up to the nature of the ANC beast - Business Day, 10th October 2011.

Far from the leopard changing its spots, what is slowly beginning to happen is that more people, the latest being Tutu, are waking up to the nature of the beast.

Read More…

Mantashe cannot deny master plan so has to rely on smears - Business Day, 26th September 2011.

In his fortnightly column in Business Day, John Kane-Berman responds to Gwede Mantashe's comments on the SAIRR following Mr Kane-Berman's speech 'Revealing the Master Plan: What the ANC has in store for South Africa' in Cape Town last week.

Read More…

"Baffling" developments fit the game plan - Business Day, 12th September 2011.

In his fortnightly article in Business Day, John Kane-Berman argues that the "baffling" decisions made by the ANC of late are part of a larger plan outlined in the National Democratic Revolution (NDR).

Read More…

Letter: Wish list ironic - Business Day, 9th September 2011.

[Business Day] report that the new Black Business Council — having suspended its membership of Business Unity SA (Busa) — now has a long list of "wants" (Black business ratchets up pressure on Busa, September 8).

Read More…

Irrelevant squabbles - Business Day, 29th August 2011.

Frans Cronje argues that both business and the Government should think long and hard about their role in South Africa when the things they squabble over have lost relevance to ordinary people.

Read More…

Economy - Business Day, 29th August 2011.

Frans Cronje argues that we continue to ignore the young and poor at our peril.

Read More…

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