Expert Commentary

South Africa Has Made Political Reforms; Social, Economic Fixes Must Follow

Steven Friedman
Centre for the Study of Democracy, University of Johannesburg and Rhodes University

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The Author is Steven Friedman

Steven Friedman is director of the Centre for the Study of Democracy at the University of Johannesburg and Rhodes University. His current research focuses on democratic theory, and over the past decade, he has largely written on the relationship between democracy, social inequality and economic growth. Dr. Friedman has also researched and written widely on the South African transition to democracy, both before and after the elections of 1994. Dr. Friedman recently... Read More

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