Given the hoo-ha down in the Free State, they're going to need something rather special to help relax by the end of the week. So, without further ado:. I came under some pressure to stuff Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga's Christmas stocking with Steven R Covey's landmark 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, the self-helper's self-helper that has sold upwards of 15million copies around the world.
Can there really be that many highly effective people out there?
But, in the end, I opted not to get her anything. She's been rather bad this year and should experience what it's like not to get any books.
If he really wants to be an unhinged ideologue, then he should be happy with this groundbreaking account of how Mao's vaunted Great Leap Forward led to the deaths of an estimated 36million Chinese between and by starvation and physical abuse. Ideally, they should get their own copies, but we're on a bit of a budget here.
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Tim Cohen, a senior journalist with many years experience in both political and business reporting, traces the emergence of calls for nationalisation in South African politics. It is a subject which has become the most fiercely argued and passionate economic debate of modern-day South African politics.
This is particularly so since the call for nationalisation is so closely associated with the emergence of the controversial Julius Malema, although the policy also has strong support from within the trade union movement. This book offers a short, accessible overview of the political and economic debate surrounding nationalisation that emerged within the African National Congress after the general election. It traces the history of nationalisation and privatisation both locally and internationally and discusses the economic and political arguments that have made it such a topical and contentious issue in local politics.
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He has worked mainly for Business Day as a political and corporate writer, and his posts included Political Correspondent, London Correspondent and Finance Editor. He is currently a columnist and lead writer for Business Day. Lyssna fritt i 30 dagar! Ange kod: play Du kanske gillar.
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Would they have preferred that? The Minister—I am sorry he is not in his place—replied that he could regard the Board only as a stop-gap arrangement. They have striven after the first two, but they have disregarded and sacrificed the third, and by so doing, they have threatened to undermine their own handiwork, namely the nationalisation schemes. A piece of the pie The battle over nationalisation av Tim Cohen. I should like to spend some time in dealing with the industrial objections to this decision and in trying to explain the effect which the application of the Act will have on the re-armament programme. There was the delay with their Lordships' House which made it inevitable that we should compromise and leave over the setting up of the Corporation until after the election.
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