IFAA staff in the press

In light of IFAA’s goal to contribute meaningfully to the public discourse, our staff regularly contribute to external publications. To keep up to date with these contributions see the list below or follow us on our social media platforms on twitter and facebook.

Ben Turok, “Letter to the Editor: Questions linger over ratings agencies”, Business Day (3 April 2019). Available here.

Zunaid Moolla, “The ‘fiscal cliff’ is not SA’s biggest threat”, Daily Maverick (14 March 2019).  Available here

Ben Turok, “Parliament remains remote from the daily concerns of ordinary people,” Business Day (4 March 2019). Available here. 

Carilee Osborne and Michael Nassen Smith, “Era of unbridled faith in the virtues of the market is now over”, Business Day (19 February 2019). Available here.

Ben Turok, “Reflecting openly on what went wrong with the ANC,” Business Day (18 November 2018). Available here.

Michael Nassen Smith, “What to do about South Africa’s flailing economy?”, Africa’s a Country (8 November 2018). Available here.

Michael Nassen Smith and Carilee Osborne, “SA’s economic fundamentals are always up for debate,” Business Day (5 November 2019). Available here.

Ben Turok, “What Cyril Ramaphosa must do to make SA great and close inequality gap,” Business Day (14 September 2018). Available here.

Ben Turok, “Civil Society Must Participate in the Renewal of South Africa,” Daily Maverick (27 August 2018). Available here.

Ben Turok, “Despite democracy, South Africa remains a colonial country,” Daily Maverick (13 August 2018). Available here.

Rekang Jankie, “Graduate Unemployment Needs Intersectional Understanding”, DailyMaverick (31 July 2018). Available here.

Bongi Maseko, “Mining Charter is Caught Between Two Elite Classes”, Mail and Guardian (20 July 2018). Available here

Michael Nassen Smith, “Race Debate Needs to Enter More Productive Terrain”, Mail and Guardian (12 July 2018). Available here

Bongi Maseko, “Mining Companies Must End Destructive Practices”, Mail and Guardian (05 July 2018). Available here.

Bongi Maseko, “The Dangers of the Politics of Suspicion”, Mail and Guardian (20 June 2018). Available here

Carilee Osborne and Michael Nassen Smith, ‘Parastatals: Privatisation won’t solve the crisis,’ Mail and Guardian (28 February 2018). Available here

Rekang Jankie, Carilee Osborne, Michael Nassen Smith, ‘Op-Ed: Intellectually dishonest? Free Market Foundation dismisses Oxfam Inequality Report on flimsy grounds,’ Daily Maverick (30 January 2018), Available here

Michael Nassen Smith, ‘Op-Ed: Economics curricula need to enter 21st century too,’ Daily Maverick (22 January 2018) Available here.

Ben Turok, Ramaphosa returns to traditional values of non-racialism, Daily Maverick (17 January 2018) Available here

Ben Turok, ‘Waiting for December: The ANC remains powerful, but impatience eating away at loyalty’, Daily Maverick (3 December 2017). Available here

Ben Turok, ‘We feel betrayed by Zuma’s litany of scandals,’ Daily Maverick (1 November 2017). Available here 

Michael Nassen Smith, ‘How inequality is wrecking SA’s economy, and what we can do about it,’ Business Day (16 October 2017) Available here

Ben Turok, ‘The rich build their fortune by shrewd financial manipulation,’ Daily Maverick (22 August 2017) Available here 

Ben Turok, ‘We have work to do on inequality,’ Daily Maverick (26 July 2017). Available here

Michael Nassen Smith, ‘Black economic empowerment is not black economic empowerment’, Mail and Guardian (20 June 2016) Available here


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