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Johannesburg

 

The Democratic Alternative from the South: India, Brazil and South Africa was officially launched in South Africa on 11 September 2014 in Johannesburg. A panel discussion in response to Ann Bernstein’s presentation was held and chaired by Andile Sangqu, a member of CDE’s board, and sustainability and group risk executive at Impala Platinum. CDE secured the participation of Maite Nkoana-Mashabane, South Africa’s minister of international relations, who appeared as a panellist and delivered a lengthy presentation in response to the report. The other panellist was Justice Malala, an analyst and well-known columnist for The Times of Johannesburg and the Financial Mail, a well-respected business magazine. There was much robust discussion around the document which was praised as ‘ground-breaking’ by Minister Nkoana-Mashabane.

WATCH: highlights from the Democracy Works! presentation

Highlights of the panel discussion on The Democratic Alternative from the South: India, Brazil and South Africa held on 11 September 2014 at the Johannesburg launch.

WATCH: interview with Justice Malala

Extracts from an interview with Justice Malala following the panel discussion at the Johannesburg launch of Democracy Works!

WATCH: Conclusion by Ann Bernstein

Ann Bernstein concludes the panel discussion on The Democratic Alternative from the South: India, Brazil and South Africa at the Johannesburg launch.

WATCH: Panel discussion and Q&A

Watch the entire panel discussion and question-and-answer session at the Johannesburg launch.

 

 

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