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The Institute for African Alternatives (IFAA) aims to produce and promote constructive analysis of local socioeconomic and political issues.
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IFAA Cape Town 5h
The right of rural communities to choose has been in the spotlight over the past few days, read this by Nolundi Luwaya on how the Department of Rural Development and Land Reform has in the past undermined this important right. From Issue 60
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IFAA Cape Town Sep 25
Read IFAA Intern Bongi Maseko in the Daily Maverick on the merits of Universal Basic Income
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IFAA Cape Town Sep 25
In this piece from 69, reviews 's biography of the iconic Charlotte Maxeke
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Daily Maverick Sep 21
OP-ED: Universal Basic Income: A progressive solution to the global crisis of capital By Bongi Maseko
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Carilee Osborne Sep 21
Seeing as it's the long weekend and everyone is surely looking for some reading to keep them busy, here is a list I helped put together on Rethinking Economics, inspired by the :
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IFAA Cape Town Sep 21
UBI is one of the options we must explore to confront today's crisis of neoliberalism says IFAA intern Bongi Maseko. Read here:
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The Progressive Corner Sep 20
The TPC team's Reflections and Readings on the Imperative to Rethink Economics now on TPC! Read here and find out why and how to change the state of economics in South Africa and the world
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IFAA Cape Town Sep 20
You can now subscribe to Only R100 for digital, and R200 for print for four copies of the journal and full access to past copies and other IFAA publications. Subscribe online here:
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The Progressive Corner Sep 18
Is a progressive solution to current crisis? Read latest contributor to TPC here for an interesting take!
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IFAA Cape Town Sep 18
Cape Town's Transport Crisis in review: "The public transport situation in South Africa is plunging the working poor into chaos."
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IFAA Cape Town Sep 18
"As and growth-centred policies lead increasingly to unsustainable economies, not only do we need to challenge them, we need to imagine alternatives that allow us to begin to build societies based on people over profit. " Read here:
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IFAA Cape Town Sep 17
Interesting piece from the IFAA Student and Youth Department's blog on China in Africa.
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IFAA Cape Town Sep 14
Read IFAA Director Ben Turok in on what is needed to make South Africa great and close the massive inequality gap in the country
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IFAA Cape Town Sep 12
As we commemorate the anniversary of Biko's passing read John Lamola's take on Biko, the Dialectic and the quest for a non-racial humanity.
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IFAA Cape Town Sep 12
Read these reflections on the dialectical political philosophy of here:
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The Progressive Corner Sep 11
Are you a progressive student, academic, activist, person who wants to join an intellectual and practical network in SA to advance critical thought and social justice? Join Student and Youth network and form part of a new exciting initiative!
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IFAA Cape Town Sep 10
Latest is out! Articles in this edition relate to the "Economics of Exclusion", "Decolonisation", "Land Reform" and the so-called "Fiscal Cliff":
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IFAA Cape Town Sep 10
Our Deputy Editor Zunaid Moola at the excellent this past weekend!
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Samiah Sep 8
is such a powerful speaker, speaking truth to power regarding African Economic Intergration at
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IFAA Cape Town Sep 8
We encourage engaged students at to join our Student and Youth network and participate in our department's effort to deepen the transformation of our universities and society:
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