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Water clean enough for human and animal consumption is also, obviously, important.

The DA has to make whatever strategic choices it feels are necessary, but we doubt that expelling Barnard or, in fact, electing Mmusi Maimane, will be enough window dressing to tempt the mass of voters into the shop.

Risk is always highest as one steps from a safe ledge to another.

September 17, 2014 in African National Congress, Alliance Politics, analysing analysis, Cyril Ramaphosa, EFF, Elections2014, Jacob Zuma, Kgalema Motlanthe, Nkandla, Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, NPA, Numsa, patronage networks, Polokwane, propaganda, risk, SACP, speculative fiction, Spooks, Succession, Thabo Mbeki, threat analysis, Zweli Mkhize | 2 comments I will get on to the weighty question of whether Jacob Zuma might retire before his term of office is completed momentarily, but first let me mention that I have been busy with what started as an idle rumination about the South African Communist Party.

But has turned, inevitably perhaps, to “become persistent and recurrent worrying or brooding” (from the third meaning for ‘rumination’ given in the link above.) I am at a serious disadvantage when assessing the SACP.

There was a particular line from a client note I wrote earlier this weak as I was considering the matter of Dianne Kohler Barnard’s booting from the Democratic Alliance that I thought about afterwards and wondered on what basis I had reached the conclusion.

The line was : “If I had to take a wild, but still informed, guess, I would say the DA is likely to pick up stragglers from this defection but the EFF will get the lioness’s share, and apathy the lion’s” (this being in relation to ANC losing support in urban black middle-class and DA attempts to keep its current support and also win some of the new.) But then I thought I might as well show you the note before I went onto a discussion about heuristics to give myself something to use as a basis for the discussion.

City Press 11/01/2015 argues that the size of the proposed MTN fine for tardiness in deactivating millions of improperly registered SIM cards despite numerous warnings and fines, is because the matter “stopped being a purely regulatory issue and became a matter of national security” when unregistered MTN SIMs were used by kidnappers to negotiate a ransom for a former Nigerian finance minister in September. Regulatory and political risks are rising throughout the world, as sovereigns assert their power over markets, globalised or otherwise, partly in response to the Great Recession and partly in response to terrorist threats (and often to protect their own ‘national’ enterprises against foreign competition).


 
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