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Angelo Fick

Angelo Fick is a resident current affairs and news analyst at eNCA.  He has twenty years’ experience teaching and researching across a variety of disciplines at universities in South Africa and Europe.  Most recently he taught critical thinking and philosophy of science in the Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg.

Opinion 12 Jan 2017 13:38 pm
We all hate queues, and they are worse when the bureaucracy they lead to and form part of insists on the correctness of its willed errors, Angelo Fick suggests.
Opinion 09 Jan 2017 14:54 pm
We wish one another the best for a new year, expecting things to change because of the changed date. ANGELO FICK asks how productive or reasonable this is.
Opinion 23 Dec 2016 19:07 pm
Angelo Fick considers the need to change our celebration habits across the festive season in South Africa, given the consequences of current rituals.
Opinion 19 Dec 2016 15:43 pm
Angelo Fick contemplates the reasons for and meanings of the expressions of white supremacy about Black people on South Africa's beaches in 2016.
Opinion 13 Dec 2016 07:02 am
Angelo Fick considers the road we have travelled in the political life of South Africa since the axing of Nhlanhla Nene from cabinet a year ago.
Opinion 05 Dec 2016 16:25 pm
Angelo Fick considers he necessity of remembering Nelson Mandela's intellectual and political legacy beyond the nationalist clichés and rigid monuments.
Opinion 26 Nov 2016 10:28 am
Angelo Fick considers the meanings of Fidel Castro, then and now, in the wake of his death at 90.
Opinion 22 Nov 2016 13:35 pm
Using the lobster, the frog and the crab as allegorical figures, Angelo Fick considers the importance of heeding political warnings earlier rather than later.
Opinion 21 Nov 2016 12:14 pm
In the wake of Mike Pence being booed on Broadway, Angelo Fick argues that our positions on political matters ought to be informed by our knowledge of policy.
Opinion 17 Nov 2016 07:20 am
Angelo Fick thinks through allegory about the dangers that lurk in the debased state of contemporary politics in South Africa and elsewhere in the global village.