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Book launch: ‘Fate of the Nation: Scenarios for South Africa’s Future’, by Jakkie Cilliers and Prince Mashele, 16.08.2017

The University of Pretoria’s Department of Political Sciences, the Centre for the Study of Governance Innovation & the Institute for Security Studies are delighted to invite you to a book launch on
Fate of the Nation: Scenarios for South Africa’s Future
 
Date: Wednesday, 16 August 2017
Time: 10:00 – 12:00 (coffee/tea and light snacks to follow)
Venue: GovInn Headquarters, Old College House, University of Pretoria Main Campus (Hatfield)
RSVP essentialClick here to RSVP by 14 August 2017.

Promises of radical economic transformation is a looting mechanism, by Prince Mashele, 17.05.2017

GovInn’s Senior Researcher Prince Mashele gave an interview for News24 on ‘Promises of radical economic transformation is a looting mechanism‘.

It’s not going to happen. It’s a way of fooling black people so that they do not look at the looting happening in the state.

Watch the video here: http://www.news24.com/Video/SouthAfrica/News/promises-of-radical-economic-transformation-is-a-looting-mechanism-analyst-20170517

‘ConCourt judges face much more than legal questions in Zuma case’, by Prince Mashele, 24.05.2017

GovInn’s Senior Researcher Prince Mashele published the article ‘ConCourt judges face much more than legal questions in Zuma case‘ at News24.

The question is a moral one because fundamentally it’s about the conduct of a President who has been flagrantly injuring the interests of the country. While the justices of the Constitutional Court are men and women of law, they are learned and conscious enough to appreciate the contextual weight and social implications of their judgments

Read the full article here: http://www.news24.com/Columnists/GuestColumn/concourt-judges-face-much-more-than-legal-questions-in-zuma-case-20170524

Mmusi, make an example of Helen Zille by Prince Mashele, 27.03.2017

GovInn’s Senior Researcher Prince Mashele published the article “Mmusi, make an example of Helen Zille” in the Sowetan.

Zille adduces modern infrastructure as evidence of the benevolence of colonialism. The idea is to polish and give colonialism a new glossy look. This is meant to erase the memory of black people, to make us forget that it is Zille’s very same colonialism that facilitated the grand-scale land dispossession of Africans.

Read the full piece here: http://www.sowetanlive.co.za/news/2017/03/27/mm
usi-make-an-example-of-helen-zille

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