Tshwane is a litmus test for the DA. It can't be seen to be only opposing corruption when it happens in ANC-run governments, writes Adriaan Basson.
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Former DA leader and Western Cape premier Helen Zille has joined the Institute of Race Relations (IRR) as a senior policy fellow, writer and analyst, it was announced.
In just over a week from now, we will know which polls were correct about the election outcome. Whatever the support for the different parties will be, politicians will have to shape up, writes Melanie Verwoerd.
The DA's majority in the Western Cape is under threat, the ANC is losing more support in Gauteng and the EFF is on a growth path nationally, according to a IRR report.
The IRR's attack on AfriForum unfortunately underlines the fact that there is little space for nuanced debating in South Africa, and that nobody dares to put an alternative point of view to the ruling order's view of the past, writes Kallie Kriel.
This week on POLOTIKI, we’re 61 days away from South Africa's sixth national elections, but is the country excited? And EFF leader Julius Malema is in the headlines, is this a campaign tactic?
A report by the Institute of Race Relations has revealed the extent to which South African commuters put their lives at risk when they take minibus taxis.
The Institute of Race Relations is briefing lawyers in preparation for taking, what it considers to be, the "procedurally flawed work" of Parliament's Joint Constitutional Review Committee on amending the property clause in the Constitution.
The plan to expropriate land without compensation will benefit a small number of citizens if successfully implemented but will be disastrous for most people if it goes awry, the Institute of Race Relations warns.
Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene told reporters in Beijing that government was confident it could turn the economic situation around.
In BEE is not the enemy (City Press, August 12 2018), Mondli Makhanya paid the Institute of Race Relations (IRR) a justly deserved compliment, though perhaps without meaning to, writes Michael Morris.
For every Vicki Momberg or Velaphi Khumalo who says vile things about their fellow South Africans, there are ten people who want to work together in building the country, regardless of their race, writes Nicholas Lorimer.
News24's elections analyst Dawie Scholtz says the ANC should be worried about what could happen next week when South Africa goes to the polls, but that ultimately voting patterns remain very difficult to predict.
The Institute of Race Relations has urged South Africans to not give any politician, no matter what party he or she belongs to, the power to dispossess people of their land without compensation.
AgriSA president Dan Kriek's proposal for land expropriation without compensation amounts to exempting mega-farms while the rest populate the front line of expropriation at sacrificial compensation, writes Gabriel Crouse.
The ANC has lost some support nationally ahead of the May 8 elections, according to a latest poll from the Institute of Race Relations.
The DA is holding firm on its view that race is a proxy for disadvantage in South Africa amid sharp criticism from the Institute for Race Relations.
South Africa is likely in the longest downward business cycle since 1945, according to a report by the Centre for Risk Analysis.
A new analysis of over 100 media reports on negligence, corruption, and mismanagement in the public healthcare system suggests throwing money at a broken healthcare system won't help, argues the report's co-author Marius Roodt.
The summit on land reform could very well turn out to be a turning point in the heated debate on expropriation of land, writes Max du Preez.
The Institute of Race Relations says it has every reason to believe that a list shared by AfriForum that contains the names of 195 farms to be allegedly expropriated by the government is legitimate.
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