Focus 19 - 3rd Quarter 2000

Focus 19 - 3rd Quarter 2000

Helen Suzman Foundation | Aug 22, 2000
The strange unpopularity of affirmative action: RW Johnson analyses the latest survey data on employment equity. Mission impossible: South Africa has misdiagnosed the reason for Zimbabwe's plight and its rescue is bound to fail, says Iden Wetherell.
On the road to economic ruin

Tony Hawkins charts the consequences of Robert Mugabe's fateful decision three years ago to buy off protesting war veterans.

Mission impossible

South Africa has misdiagnosed the reason for Zimbabwe's plight and its rescue is bound to fail, says Iden Wetherell.

Interview: Bantu Holomisa

The leader of the United Democratic Movement talks about ANC intimidation and discontent within the ruling alliance.

Racism in the media

The report of the HRC and the recent national conference on racism may be preparing the way for an attack on the media.

Moratorium on crime figures

Martin Schönteich thinks the government's decision not to release crime statistics will undermine public trust.

It's time to name the day

Raenette Taljaard says the government must give details and deadlines for the privatisation of state assets.

Lessons from the shopfloor

Mampuru Maseke, a black Eskom employee, describes the human obstacles to achieving genuine equality at work.

Inside Zimbabwe Inc

You cannot appreciate why Mugabe and his henchmen are clinging so tenaciously to power until you know how much they have to lose.