Saving South Africa – Radical ideas for a hopeful future

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8 November 2023

South Africa stands at the edge of a precipice. Almost thirty years after its first democratic election, poor policy and rampant corruption have left the country standing on the brink of becoming a failed state.

In this thought-provoking book, Bronwyn Williams interviews a diverse group of public intellectuals, business leaders, and political mavericks to discuss tangible ways South Africa can rescue itself from itself. Through a series of illuminating conversations, a group of independent, radical thinkers explore the root causes of South Africa’s problems and offer insightful — and radical — ways of how to solve them.

From addressing land reform and economic development to rooting out corruption and overhauling political institutions, the conversations in this book come together as a roadmap towards a better South Africa that leaves no one behind. While the challenges facing the young democracy are immense, these experts provide hope and inspiration beyond words towards productive actions we can take together to build a brighter future.

For anyone interested in understanding the complex issues facing South Africa today and new how they can be addressed, this book is essential reading. It is a powerful reminder that the fate of a nation is not predetermined, that individuals, citizens and corporations still have powerful agency and that when that agency is directed towards the right ideas and actions, South Africa can still realise its full potential.

Click here to get physical copies of the book. 

Click here to get a digital copy of this book.

This book is also available as a keynote, contact Cloud Clayton at to book your keynote.

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