Tito Titus Mboweni is the current Minister of Finance of South Africa. Mboweni was the eighth Governor of the South African Reserve Bank and the first Black South African to hold the post. He was sworn in as Minister of Finance on 9 October 2018, following Nhlanhla Nene's resignation.
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Many years ago, I read this book. I have re-read it many times ever since my exile days. I always recommend it to my intellectual interlocutors. Those who care to listen. Very few these days, unfortunately. Women, Race, & Class | Buy Online. – source
South Africa experienced a momentous change of government from the Apartheid regime to its first democratic government in 1994. This book provides an up-to-date and comprehensive assessment of South Africa's economic policies and performance under democracy. The book includes a stand-alone introduction and economic overview, as well as chapters on ...
This book should be closely studied by students of Economics. Recommended! – source
Letters to my Comrades
Interventions & Excursions
Z Pallo Jordan has long been the unapologetic moral guardian of the liberation struggle. His writings spanning decades are testament to the power of putting pen to paper and speaking the truth with forceful and eminently readable moral conviction.Letters to my Comrades is the ultimate collection of his piercing and yet embraceable thoughts and inqu...
This collection of Comrade Pallo’s many years of writing reminds many of us of the long years of struggle. I have a lot of respect for him. Great intellectual of our time. Please read the book. – source
‘I hated being pregnant with you. I used to cry the whole day. I hated carrying you in my stomach.’ Thuli Nhlapo grew up constantly hearing these words from her mother. She was seven years old when she realised that no one called her by name. Known as "Yellow”, she was bullied at home and at school. Fearing that she had a terrible disease, she with...
Please find this book and read it. Painful book.... – source
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When I was giving an impromptu lecture at the University of Limpopo yesterday, May 9, 2018, it became clear that people must read this book and also visit the ABSA Banking museum. Please read this... – source
Just before Christmas in 1920, six people sat down to a meal at Morija, headquarters of the Paris Evangelical Missionary Society in Basutoland (Lesotho). All six were taken violently ill, and one of them died. They had been poisoned. The dead man was �douard Jacottet, an eminent scholar and missionary. There was no trial and subsequently no one was...
A must read.. Epic tale...Please read this book... – source