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Judging versus solving: US perspectives and SA implications

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Joe Biden’s harsh labelling of national leaders makes geopolitical solutions even more elusive. The ANC’s vilifying successful societies undermines our economic prospects. Being quick to

Who will guide our young adults?

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Western media and academia express so much anti-Westernism that they seem unable to acknowledge that Western consumers are essential to expanding good jobs for Africans.

Don’t let patronage discourage voting

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How should we respond to school leavers who say, ‘I don’t care about politics or what happened in the past, I just want a real

How the ANC distracts us from solutions

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Our ruling party’s corruption, incompetence and ideological indulgences are so extreme and unrelenting that they distract opponents from developing the powerful solutions which could attract

Las Vegas solutions for SA

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The Godfather trilogy spotlighted issues and answers we should freshly consider. How it informed American audiences about political protection of the mob in Las Vegas

When solutions are blocked by social justice spin

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If irrefutable evidence showed the world would benefit from permanently exempting Elon Musk from paying taxes, would you be ok with that?  If the US

Can AI help SA?

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Asking ChatGPT to identify the most profound change of the last 200 years yields a lengthy response about the Industrial Revolution. An AI-styled political correctness

Mandela’s style versus Kissinger’s 

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Who would be better at ending the Russo-Ukrainian war, a Kissinger type of negotiator or someone with a Mandela-like leadership style? Why is this relevant

Purging politically induced learning blockages

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The Covid pandemic freshly queried how we define ‘freedom’ and ‘to live’. Meanwhile, political actors sought to shape and exploit such views. A year ago

How the ANC’s playbook resembles Donald Trump’s

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The ANC’s policies, and antics, are so frequently counterproductive that its opponents confidently presume they can do better. Yet, as its rivals lack plans to