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Political Analyst and Author of “Ramaphosa’s Turn”

Ralph Mathekga started his studies in Political Science, Law and Economic History at the University of the Witwatersrand, where he completed his BA degree. He subsequently completed honours degree in Political Science as well as a MA (Masters) in Political Science, at the same university. Ralph has submitted his PhD thesis in politics at University of Johannesburg (UJ) for examination. His thesis focuses on court challenges on affirmative action in South Africa and implications on equality and justice.
Ralph worked as a Political Researcher with Institute for Democracy in South Africa (Idasa) where he focused on political, social and economic research. Ralph also worked as a Lecturer at the University of Western Cape, teaching courses in political studies. He has worked at the National Treasury (Ministry of Finance) in the Budget Office as a Senior Policy Analyst. Ralph continues to contribute content to opinion article to different newspapers, interviews on TV and Radio station on current affairs in South Africa and abroad.
Ralph is the author of the book ‘When Zuma Goes’ (Tafelberg, 2016) and Ramaphosa’s turn (Tafelberg, 2018). He is currently a News24 columnist, and also a Senior at the Centre for Humanities Research, University of the Western Cape, where he leads a project on Revolutionary Constitutionalism.
Ralph is the founding partner of Clear Content which is a 100% black owned research and consulting company. The vision of the company is to deliver reflective research aimed at addressing social, political and economic challenges confronted in our societies. With extensive background in research, Clear Content is well positioned to address pertinent questions relating to political consolidation; social cohesion; risk analysis. Our ability to carry out research work among communities living in rural outskirts gives us an opportunity to develop a comprehensive picture and work towards viable long lasting solutions.

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