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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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New Agenda Sep 10
Photos are up for our event from 30 August with Hon. Kgalema Motlanthe, and Pallo Jordan. Thanks to all who joined us
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New Agenda Sep 10
Zunaid led an excellent workshop on GDP, getting participants to question its usefulness as well as exposing them to different pedagogies to teach economics
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New Agenda Sep 8
Participants at our workshop on Fanon are using new agenda to answer questions on pitfalls of national consciousness
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New Agenda Sep 7
The and team is in Joburg for the . Check out for updates throughout the weekend
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New Agenda Aug 24
Replying to @NewAgendaZA
Claire distinguishes some of the differences/similarities between the and the other colonial and apartheid tumult commissions
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New Agenda Aug 24
Replying to @NewAgendaZA
Claire looks also at the concept of a Tumult Commission which often have a strong ideological element beyond mere fact finding
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New Agenda Aug 24
Replying to @NewAgendaZA
An historical analysis allows us to see how commissions of inquiry have been used to justify colonial and apartheid laws.
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New Agenda Aug 24
Replying to @IfaaCT @Claire_Lest
Claire comments how ubiquitous commissions of inquiry have become in South Africa. She locates them in their historical precedence especially within a colonial history.
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New Agenda Aug 24
We’re for the with who’s talking on the very relevant topic of commissions of inquiry and especially the commission.
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IFAA Cape Town Aug 20
May be of interest to those attending the upcoming : Prof Vishnu Padayachee writes on the tangled role that SA progressive economists played in the development of post-apartheid economic policy and in particular the shift to GEAR
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Carilee Osborne Aug 20
Join us this Friday where will be looking at the role of Truth Commissions from to
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IFAA Cape Town Aug 17
IJoin us on the 24th of August for an IFAA forum on Marikana and the official role of truth seeking commisions
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IFAA Cape Town Aug 13
An interesting contribution to on Cape Town's water crisis now available free online:
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IFAA Cape Town Aug 10
Registration for REFA Festival now open! -
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IFAA Cape Town Aug 7
"[South Africa's] history of oppression and exclusion ensures that inherited privilege or disadvantage determine individuals’ contributions to society to a far greater extent than their free choices." in latest now free online
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New Agenda Aug 6
On 30 August, we'll be hosting an event to talk about Prospects for a Better South Africa. Check out our Facebook event for more details here
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New Agenda Aug 6
Read 's analysis of the restructuring of the post-apartheid South African economy from issue 63 of New Agenda. Now available on the website.
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New Agenda Jul 30
Follow to keep up to date on developments for this exciting event!
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New Agenda Jul 19
Tonight deputy director spoke with on a panel to discuss President Ramaphosa’s presidency and the prospects of “the new dawn”.
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