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The Progressive Corner
An online platform for young progressives. Based in South Africa with a Pan-African and Global Consciousness.
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" will depend on capital creating profits and creating profits is contingent on the extracting of labor from workers at the lowest marginal cost (exploitation)." Read on TPC here:
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How do approaches to the economy differ from ? Keynesian from Institutionalist? Behaviorist from Neoclassical? Read TPC team Readings and Reflections on Rethinking Economics on TPC here
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The Progressive Corner Sep 21
Read critical take on GDP on TPC: "This requires us to establish a new economic models of development as well as the institutionalization of new measures of development that looks beyond ."
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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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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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The Progressive Corner Sep 17
Sino-Africa relations have been dominating the media these past few weeks. Read Tao Platt on TheProgressiveCorner to see whether China should be considered Africa's Friend or Foe
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The Progressive Corner Sep 13
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 here!
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The Progressive Corner Sep 12
"Given class and “race” in South Africa have often been straddled on the same horse, the consequences of have racialized outcomes, particularly in Cape Town." South Africa's Housing Crisis on TPC:
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The Progressive Corner Sep 12
Why Matters according to and . Listen in to TPC podcast here:
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The Progressive Corner Sep 11
"While SA has been gripped by talk of so-called Radical Economic Transformation ,alternative forms of production, such as co-operatives, have gained little traction in mainstream conversations." Our editor Rekang Jankie on Cooperatives in SA on TPC:
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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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The Progressive Corner Sep 11
A young progressive student, academic and activist with important ideas to share? Write for us on !
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The Progressive Corner Sep 11
Is Universal Basic Income the answer to the devastation of ? Listen to the TPC team discuss here:
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The Progressive Corner Sep 11
Now on TPC is review of Freedom Isn't Free: The Charter in South Africa today! Read here:
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The Progressive Corner Sep 10
New on TPC: Could cooperatives be a solution to in South Africa? Read these reflections from our editor here:
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Neil Coleman Sep 10
Thanks for your contribution to the Ruth. has broken up last nights into a few you tube podcasts. Here is the one dealing with the 👇
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The Progressive Corner Sep 10
Walter Rodney's name came up a few times at the . Check out our useful primer on Dependency Theory here!
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The Progressive Corner Sep 8
We discussed and its intersection with race and gender today at the . See TPC teams reflections on The National Question in SA from a Left perspective here!:
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The Progressive Corner Sep 8
has been discussed at today! Read article on land dispossession in Cape Town here and let's expand the conversation!
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The Progressive Corner Sep 8
Do we need "African" solutions to "African" problems? Question posed at ! Read reflections on African Socialism on the TPC here:
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