The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Prof Ivor Chipkin, the Executive Director at Public Affairs Research Institute.
Chipkin discusses his recently released working paper entitled “The State, Capture and Revolution in Contemporary South Africa”.
Whitfield also spoke to Prof Nick Binedell of the Gordon Institute of Business Science.
Scroll down for quotes from the audio below.
Jacob Zuma thinks he’s advancing the interests of those outside the elite; people like himself.— Prof Ivor Chipkin
This is not ‘just’ corruption.— Prof Ivor Chipkin
This starts long before Jacob Zuma. It starts with Thabo Mbeki.— Prof Ivor Chipkin
There’s a sense that their actions are virtuous.— Prof Ivor Chipkin
Apartheid went beyond the pale and we don’t want to repeat the same error.— Prof Nick Binedell
I listened to Minister Van Rooyen last night, and I just shook my head.— Prof Nick Binedell
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