Black lives are still cheap even though most political leaders and many wealthy business people are black
By Jeff Rudin
Opinion | 20 May 2016
While the government earnestly pledges its commitment to reversing inequality, it reproduces inequality in the normal behaviour it expects for itself and the broader elite of South Africa’s political-economy. Two recent and very public events illustrate these opposing positions.
Opinion | 13 October 2015
Ideological positions that analyse conflict in South Africa in terms of race are not in the interests of disadvantaged people, argues Jeff Rudin in this review of a new book by Gerhard Mare.
News | 6 August 2015