Pretoria, South Africa (PRWEB) January 16, 2013
To write and speak simply and yet comprehensively to the world about economic and wealth distribution factors in South Africa isn’t easy. It requires great skill and deep understanding of how wealth is currently distributed in the country, particularly in mining. Author Abraham Mathebe delves deeper into this topic through his book, South African Mining Nationalization.
Inflation fluctuation continues to bring more pain and hardship than what most people are able to bear. Unemployment is worse than ever. It is, therefore, imperative that the country’s political leaders should get out of their comfort zones and acknowledge the fact that SA mines could play a pivotal role in changing the lives of the ordinary citizens of the country across the colour spectrum. However, this can only happen if the wealth is shared equitably.
In South African Mining Nationalization, the author deliberates on the South African mining debate on mines nationalization, which has attracted the attention of the investors, as the president of the country has vigorously reiterated the fact that the matter has not been in the policies of the ANC (the ruling party in SA). Since the matter is of a public interest, South Africans will preserve their democratic rights to raise their opinion in this natter. This is yet to be officially debated at the African National Congress conference that will be held in 2012.
A fascinating read, this book will give readers insight and a clearer understanding of the bases of what prompted the author to write this critique on South African mining and its true operational reflections. As a mining employee for eight years, he has had firsthand experience about what people are dealing with and shares his thoughts on how these issues can be resolved.
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South African Mining Nationalization * by Abraham Mathebe
Publication Date: September 13, 2010
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