: Callaghan (N.), Foley (R.) & Swilling (M.) eds.

R 390.00
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416pp., paperback, Stellenbosch, 2021


Contributions include:

"Towards a Political Economy of South African Rackets" by Mark Swilling and Janet Madonsela

"State Capture: Why nobody did anything to stop it" by Songezo Zibi

"The Case of State Capture at Eskom" by Lauren Hermanus and Catrina Godinho

"State Capture at Denel" by Nina Callaghan

"State Capture and the Economics of Corruption: The case of Transnet" by Development Policy Research Unit, University of Cape Town

"State Capture at Local Level" by Crispian Olver

"Bosasa's Monopoly Money" and "The Real Rogues that Ruined SARS" by Robyn Foley

"State Capture and Zuma's Criminal Justice Agenda" by David Bruce, David Lewis and Gareth Newham

"A Captured Security Cluster" by Marianne Thamm

"Risky Business: Corporate ethics in the era of capture" by Rob Rose.