Quote of the week

The big guns of the international liberal order were wheeled out to stop us going headlong for the Puerto Rican option: the IMF, the WTO, the OECD. Ten Nobel economists added to the din; Obama wagged a finger; Clinton too. Then Soros. In reply a forest of fingers was stuck in the air. This was a vote against experts and technocrats, and the architects of austerity; it was also a vote against ‘free’, as in free trade and, above all, free movement: the ‘free’ of the global markets and the single European market. People know by now what’s meant by market democracy: markets

Jeremy Harding on Brexit
London Review of Books
12 June 2013

Still waiting for Minister Angie Motshekga to announce norms and standards for schools

In April 2013 I accompanied others on a visit to rural schools in the Eastern Capes part of an Equal Education sponsored trip to highlight the need for the promulgation of minimum norms and standards for all schools. This is the video produced of that trip.

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