TIPPING POINT, turmoil or reform? South Africa's political economy after 2024

: Parsons (R.) ed.

R 300.00
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234pp., illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2024


Contributions include:

"Unpacking political party dynamics in post-apartheid South Africa" by Anthony Butler

"Coalition politics: Is this the way?" by Ralph Mathekga

"The economy, business and reform" by Cas Coovadia

"South Africa's financial future: Keeping the debt trap at bay" by Isaah Mhlanga

"Banking on credibility: The central bank and monetary policy after 2024" by Hilary Joffe

"Broadening farm ownership for successful transformation in South African agriculture" by Johann Kirsten and Wandile Sihlobo

"Finding new, bottom-up solutions to grassroots socioeconomic challenges" by Vuyiswa Ramokgopa

"South Africa: Grappling with the 'age of uncertainty'" by Raymond Parsons.

South African economist Raymond Parsons is currently Professor at Northwest University Business School. In 2017 he was awarded honorary life membership of the Economic Society of South Africa in recognition of his contribution to the economics profession. He has written or edited seven books, including Recession, Recovery and Reform, South Africa after Covid-19; Zumanomics: Which way to shared prosperity in South Africa? and Zumanomics Revisited: The road from Mangaung to 2030.