Future South Africa will be launched on Monday following a resolution at the #FutureOfSA conference that civil society would need a broad support base against state capture.
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Since former finance minister Nhlanhla Nene was fired, there has been an increase in the public's involvement in protests, says David Lewis.
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Various organisations are meeting on Nelson Mandela's birthday to address particularly state capture using tools such as the Constitution.
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Is South Africa cursed with bad leadership or is something else going on? Might it be the case that leadership is actually a messy and difficult business?
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In a constitutional democracy it doesn't make sense that we have to organise to remind democratically elected leaders of their constitutional obligations.
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"Don't divide our nation because if you continue to do so those that sided with you in 1994, they won't be here in five years."
The trade union federation says it will not support what it calls "regime change" efforts on Friday.
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Save SA claims to represent a wide variety of people, but the working class is not entirely on board.
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There have been many calls to stand up against what's happening in the country, but how can ordinary South Africans get involved?
It's very clear that Save SA advances interests of those who are notorious for not engaging on pertinent socio-economic challenges facing the country.