Our work addresses the range of digital economic policies and community programs needed to reduce the lifelong consequences of poverty and exclusion in South Africa’s democratic society through information and analysis in the field of human dignity and humiliation studies.
This research work contributes to understanding the concept of dignity and the manner it is entangled to the three structures of sustainability: social (people), technological (digital) and economic (profit) in one of South Africa’s largest cities, Johannesburg.
We seek to show that disengagement with the concept of dignity is revealed in much of the course of South Africa’s economic history since the 1880s, with lines converging on the industrial, and mining metropolis and on the Rand.
What we do
We focus on generating new scientific information and methods to bear in addressing community-based problems through information and analysis in the field of poverty, systemic human dignity, and humiliation studies.
Our research work draws inspiration from the broad Marxist-Leninist tradition, Ngô Đình Nhu person dignity theory and Decolonial schools of thought in their analyses of the state, institutions, organizations, imperialism, neo-colonialism, culture and class contradictions in South Africa’s democratic society.
The goal of exploratory research is to learn what has happened and what is currently happening in the background of the question concerned. Maxwell (2009 pg. 221) argues: “The traditional view that qualitative research cannot identify causal relationships is based on a restrictive and philosophically outdated concept of causality.
Court interdiction compelling the Local Municipality
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Club with a business stand.
Maria leading the 4IR and Covid-19 Conversationsation.
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