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New Agenda: South African Journal of Social and Economic Policy

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This is a policy journal analyzing social and economic issues in South Africa. We publish infomed articles by experts and decision makers. These articles are accessible to the ordinary reader.

Other website associated with this journal: www.newagenda.org.za


Vol 75 (2019)

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Table of Contents

Articles

Talent recognised and nurtured in the Faculty of Science and Agriculture at the University of Limpopo EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Phetole Mangena 4
Editorial Comment: Is there a way out of this mess? EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Ben Turok 5
Financialised accumulation and the political economy of state capture EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Sam Ashman 6-11
‘Both directions at once’: fiscal policy in South Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Michael Sachs 12-16
A note on the Medium-Term Budget Policy Statement EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Carilee Osborne 17-18
Demystifying the Fourth Industrial Revolution EMAIL FULL TEXT
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William Shoki 22-25
Debating the Fourth Industrial Revolution: first things first EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Mondli Hlatshwayo 26-29
Effective state must first undo ‘dirty history’ of colonialism and apartheid EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Mashupye Herbert Maserumule 30-34
President must establish Integrity Commission – before it’s too late EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Paul Hoffman 35-36
Climate change and capital together create eco-apartheid EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Bruce Baigrie 37-40
US universities investigating their own process of decolonisation EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Kyle Adams 41-44
New constraints create ‘profound crisis’ for independent media EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Bruce Kadalie 45
Journalists’ fight today is to separate the facts from the falsehoods EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Karima Brown 46-47


ISSN: 1607-2820
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