Articles by Terry Bell

Elections, the SABC and the unions

More than a touch of irony that Solidarity and Bemawu took SABC to court, while Cosatu-aligned union cozied up to management

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1 August 2016

Phyllis Ntantala-Jordan dies at 96

Fighter for women's rights dies in US

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19 July 2016

ANC and the subversion of democracy: history repeats itself

There's nothing new in the imposition of candidates against the will of the majority

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25 June 2016

Fire fighting should never be privatised

Lessons to be learned from the strike in Canada

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20 June 2016

Sadtu denial gives ammunition to union bashers

Deeper investigation into "posts for sale" scandal needed

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6 June 2016

Marx and the search for alternatives

Economic crisis prompts new interest in Marxism

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18 May 2016

A confusion of unions

Talk is of unity, but actions are divisive

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11 May 2016

Wife of station bomber dies

Ann Harris Wolfe (Pearson), 1938-2016, was the wife of John Harris, the only man classified white to be hanged by the apartheid state for political crimes

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18 April 2016

Is Zuma threatening to fragment the country?

Ominous Melmoth meeting suggests he is

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11 April 2016

Lessons in state capture from the Broederbond scandal

The ANC investigation into the Gupta scandal needs to be treated with caution

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29 March 2016

Why unions joined Gordhan’s roadshow

Federations attempt to "save the country"

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22 March 2016

One step closer to replacing COSATU?

A new labour federation hopes to trigger a workers' party

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14 March 2016

The real message of International Women’s Day

The intentions of the women who founded it have been distorted

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7 March 2016

Gordhan versus the unions versus the rating agencies

Despite murmurs of support there are signs that unions are unhappy with the budget

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28 February 2016

How trade unions reacted to the Sona

Much point-scoring with the one good proposal lost in the noise

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22 February 2016