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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 31 Jan 2018 11:59 am
Angelo Fick reminds us why we should judge public officials not just by their words, but also by their actions, and not just in the present but also in the past.
Opinion 29 Jan 2018 10:46 am
As the water crisis in Cape Town deepens, a portent for all South Africans in a water insecure country, Angelo Fick takes lessons from his father's life.
Opinion 25 Jan 2018 16:32 pm
South Africa is confronting the unfinished business of our past and failures in the present. ANGELO FICK suggests the exercise of empathy may be essential for these times.
Opinion 24 Jan 2018 14:38 pm
ANGELO FICK considers the legacy of one of the most important writers of the last century, Ursula K Le Guin, who died this week.
Opinion 15 Jan 2018 13:27 pm
The change in the governing party is palpable, but Angelo Fick suggests the test lies in whether it can add substance to style, and sustain this change.
Opinion 09 Jan 2018 15:55 pm
Longevity can be cause for celebration, but for South Africa's governing party, says Angelo Fick, it could also be time to cultivate new habits for new times.
Opinion 21 Dec 2017 14:23 pm
Angelo Fick reflects on the outcomes of the ANC's 54th Conference at Nasrec, and what those mean for the party and the country in the months ahead.
Opinion 19 Dec 2017 14:59 pm
Angelo Fick responds to the ANC Women's League's disappointment at the outcome of the party's top-six election.
Opinion 17 Dec 2017 14:03 pm
Angelo Fick reflects on the ANC's 54th conference and on the prospects for a resolution of the issues which caused a delay in proceedings.
Opinion 11 Dec 2017 15:04 pm
Angelo Fick considers what the horror of the death of 143 mental health patients in state care in South Africa's wealthiest province reveals about the present.