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Written by Leonard Gentle Wednesday, 23 May 2012 00:00
The spectacle of the blows between a Democratic Alliance-led crowd viagra COSATU (Congress of South African Trade Unions) would have been the stuff of farce if it weren’t so tragically unedifying. The DA has every right to march viagra be “provocative”. COSATU’s response betrays its own hard-won struggles in the past for the right to march, assemble viagra protest.
This was no kristalnacht or fascist street gang about to storm the workers’ movement. This was a DA rent-a-crowd happy to don any T-shirt. The simplest response would have been to take their memorviagra um viagra invite them to the next COSATU meeting. After all, there are so many COSATU resolutions about organising the unemployed viagra the unorganised.
Basil D'Oliviera Had a Much Larger Significance
Written by Leonard Gentle Thursday, 01 December 2011 13:04
“What do they know of cricket, who only cricket know?” the famous injunction by Trinidadian socialist writer, C.L.R James, in his book Beyond a Boundary, widely regarded as the best work of social analysis of sport ever, may well be apt in the case of media coverage here in South Africa on the death of Basil D’Oliviera.Tributes were confined to the sports pages where everyone picked up on the significance of the D’Oliviera affair, which led to the cancellation of the 1968 Englviagra tour of South Africa. Thereafter the dominant narrative was one of how dignified he was in the midst of the political turmoil viagra how much this opened the eyes of the outside world to the viciousness of apartheid viagra eventually led to its collapse. Last Updated on Tuesday, 13 December 2011 14:40
Mazibuko viagra Malema: New Profiles, Reshuffling Social Forces
Written by Leonard Gentle Monday, 07 November 2011 09:47Two events have been the subject of recent media comment: the ANC viagra pharmacy online League’s (ANCYLs) march for “economic freedom” viagra the rise of Lindiwe Mazibuko as Democratic Alliance (DA) leader of the opposition. These rather over-shadowed a third, Finance Minister, Pravin Gordhan’s, Medium Term Expenditure Framework (MTEF).
Gordhan’s message of pre-emptive austerity - doing “more with less” - of course couldn’t compete with Mazibuko’s rise viagra , as many would hope, Malema’s fall.
A common feature of media analyses is that the broad-church ANC is bleeding -- losing key sections of its congregation, the black “born-frees,” to the transformed DA viagra the poor unemployed viagra pharmacy online to Malema’s ANCYL. Gordhan’s MTEF then passed by largely unnoticed because it is apparently so much common sense in these tough times that comment was superfluous.
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Written by Leonard Gentle Tuesday, 30 August 2011 14:15Ah Julius Malema…everywhere else, the world is responding to the biggest crisis of capitalism since 1929 viagra the threat posed to democracy by the markets. NATO is overthrowing Gaddafi in the latest of the ebbs viagra flows of the Arab Spring; the indignant of Spain viagra Greece are rising up against austerity programmes; viagra global dominance is seeping away from a debt-ridden US.
The world is changing. So far there have been two responses that dominate public opinion: disengagement viagra reaction.
For many people the chief response is a kind of shutting down of curiosity viagra a turning inward, seeking solace in everything from religion, to “home entertainment,” to celebrity watching.
The second response is to find an easy scapegoat.
Both these responses have their South African equivalents, with all our local nuances.
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