From The Editor

Politics

Philosophy

The Result of a ‘Creation’ vs ‘Destruction’ Mindset

“Once you have tasted flight, you will forever walk the earth with your eyes turned...

The Reactionary Nature of Racial Identity

South Africans, if an analogy wrought by minor inconsistencies would be permitted, are like an...
Ubuntu

Ubuntu and Libertarianism

Being a libertarian necessitates a certain level of narcissism that is juxtaposed by the sheer...
Lockdown South Africa

This Freedom Day, We Celebrate the Year Freedom Became Conditional

27 April is Freedom Day in South Africa. This year, however, South Africans will spend...

Crisis and Liberty

The world has been gripped by crisis and they profess to be in uncharted territory....

Economics

Social Affairs

The Result of a ‘Creation’ vs ‘Destruction’ Mindset

“Once you have tasted flight, you will forever walk the earth with your eyes turned...
UCT

UCT Council Candidate Standing for Academic Freedom

Voting for the University of Cape Town (UCT) Council ends on Thursday, 21 May 2020....
South African Police Lockdown

The Lockdown That Is Really Only A Slow-Down

I had a run-in with the law. The story is comedy, not tragedy, and not...

When White Monopoly Capital Starts Looking Good

On the evening of 23 March 2020, President Cyril Ramaphosa delivered his latest announcement on...

Leaders and Protesters of UCT: Part 2. Anwar Mall

Leaders and protesters at the University of Cape Town (UCT) - a déjà vu: Past...

Africa

Rwanda: The Story That Could Have Been Ours

1994 was a very pivotal year for both Rwanda and South Africa. South Africa emerged from Apartheid with the promise of a rainbow nation,...

World

World Trade Cargo

The World Needs More Trade After COVID-19

Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic more and more airlines have announced groundings of their respective fleets. The skies are not nearly as...