Making Sense of Troubled Times
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South Africa's rainbow nation has become a restless nation. Citizens are faced with poor service delivery and corruption, while a new bling culture has infected both politics and business. Renowned political commentator William Gumede takes a fearless look at these and other burning issues which threaten the South African democracy: leadership battles within the ANC, attacks on the constitution, black economic empowerment strategies which only benefit a few, racism and moral bankruptcy. Does the government have the ability - and the will - to lead us out of this malaise? Gumede is not convinced. Yet in his distinctive style, he not only criticises but also offers solutions to the country's unique challenges.
|ISBNs||9780624055921, 0624055930, 9780624055921, 9780624055938|
|Number of Pages||220|