Economy

Lastest newsletter released!

We are very happy to announce the release of Issue 2 of the Reconciliation Barometer newsletter for 2013! Follow the

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Jobs, jobs, jobs: The ANC, elections and the youth vote

RYLAND FISHER It was clear, from speaking to many delegates at the ANC’s 53rd national elective conference in Mangaung in December,

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Debate: It’s Our Turn Now

There is just one week remaining before the national conference on Economic Justice for the Next Generation co-hosted by the

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Conference programme: Economic Justice

We at the IJR are very much looking forward to the one-day national conference on Economic Justice for the Next

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Jobs and Procurement Accord

When Pragmatism Becomes the Only Way Out South Africa’s economic policy elite must bear its fair share of blame for

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New Wealth Tax?

Kate Lefko-Everett Over the last week or so, IJR Patron and Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu has provoked a national conversation

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IJR welcomes a well-balanced budget

The Institute for Justice and Reconciliation (IJR) commends Finance Minister, Pravin Gordhan, for delivering a balanced budget speech that, against

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IJR Conference: Economic Transformation Beyond 2010

Economic Transformation Beyond 2010: Short-term Remedies and Long-term Strategies The Institute for Justice and Reconciliation, in partnership with The Sunday

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South Africa: “rainbow miracle” or “mired in decay”?

KATE LEFKO-EVERETT Several months ago, journalist Diana Geddes of The Economist visited the IJR and interviewed several members of staff,

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Transformation Audit generates public debate

The launch of the IJR’s annual Transformation Audit has provoked substantial public debate among South Africans, particularly in response to

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