Some thoughts prompted by a Facebook exchange on the life and work of William Harold Hutt who was a fine economist and a historian of apartheid. He described how this was started by the restrictive employment practices of the trade unionists in the South African mines at the turn of the twentieth century.
And one written in advance on a request from the Centre For Independent Studies in Sydney. Looking forward to democratic capitalism in the beloved country, by Chief Buthelezi the Chief Minister of Kwazulu and President of Inkatha the Zulu party. Sadly an over-optimistic piece. Warning, the scanner missed a couple of pages so the article is incomplete.