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Apartheid – the get rich quick scheme?

Thereby the standard of living increased for the Whites, the provision of and access of good education and jobs, black labour was cheap and plentiful, and investment flowed in as South Africa appeared stable and the economy appeared healthy.

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Corporate and Societal Interests must Converge

Over the past several decades, one of the great discussions within capitalism has centered on defining exactly what a business is and what its obligations are to society at large and to the many stakeholders participating in business systems, including customers, shareholders, employees, suppliers, and communities, to name a few.

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Currency Manipulation?

South Africa’s increasingly weak currency is again in the spotlight as the Competition Commission starts a probe into alleged currency manipulation.

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What did Cameron do when visiting Apartheid South Africa?

Just months after he was elected leader of the Tory opposition Cameron admitted his party had got it wrong on apartheid, but glossed over his own trip to South Africa as a young 23-year-old fast-rising Tory researcher in 1989.

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My Experience at Labour Party – Duffryn Ward

I am not interested in joining the pensioners’ society of Duffryn, the reason I attempted to get involved was because I believed I could make a difference to the neglected Newport. Nonetheless, I feel that these guys are too power greedy and that I would possibly need to be a waiter at their table before I get a chance to serve my community… I can wait – I have my youth and it looks like they at their last leg.

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South Africa is full ! Please No more Immigrants!

Our government must and should control our border and land. We should not be open to bribes which allow criminals to seek refuge in our country solely because they have money! There should be a quota in relation to our population and financial growth as to how many and to who and on what basis that individuals are allowed within our borders.

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Mugabe suffered a heart attack – What will happen if…?

A UK newspaper has run with a report that Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe has suffered a heart attack while on holiday.

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We Must Get the Beggars off our Streets!

Assisting a fellow human in need is a benevolent gesture to which I also enjoy participating but people who are placing their lives in harm’s way begging on our roads are going to contribute to the death. Authorities should be held responsible just as they are eager to collect fines from speeding motorist!

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Is South Africa for Sale?

Our people are forgotten and our government have abandoned their own. Where once Whites ruled this land based upon the colour of their skin now the domination is based upon the colour of their money, and our “comrades” are presenting South Africa on the silver platter to the highest bidder and no surprise it’s the Chinese who are the first in line!

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