Paying for Politics explores the challenges of party funding reform in South Africa today. It first investigates experiences elsewhere in the South in chapters by leading international specialists. Key controversies in South African party finance reform - including one-party dominance, party controlled businesses, corruption, and public financing - are explored in the second half of the book by leading analysts, academics and journalists. This book will be of interest to all those who care for the future of South Africa's democracy. South African contributors include Raenette Taljaard, Steven Friedman, Sam Sole, Zweli Jolobe, and Andile Sokomani. The international contributors are Kenneth Greene, Terence Gomez, Kenneth Good, Yury Korgunyuk , Sylvana Krause, Karl-Rudolf Korte and Kristina Weissenbach. Ultimately, without disclosure, money can come from anywhere in the world, and in any amounts.