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16th May 2018 Malaria is rife in Nigeria where about a quarter of global malaria deaths occur annually. But does it take the lives of over 756 000 Nigerian... →
15th May 2018 In the agricultural sector – the major employer for poor people in Africa – assets like land and livestock are owned and controlled mainly by men.... →
15th May 2018 Recent actions by US President Donald Trump’s administration are severely straining relations with South Africa’s new government led by President... →
11th May 2018 This paper reviews the literature on the links between public expenditure and gender responsiveness and outlines a number of gender-responsive... →
9th May 2018 The Promoting Quality Education through Progressive Domestic Resource Mobilisation project is an education and tax justice project funded by NORAD;... →
9th May 2018 With growth in Europe and Central Asia likely at its peak, this report addresses two questions. How well is the region prepared for an expected... →
18th May 2018 It is dreadfully uncaring and highly hypocritical of President Cyril Ramaphosa to have turned his back on today’s Tembisa fire, as he sped away in... →
18th May 2018 The DA condemns the senseless killing of a Meadowlands Police Station Commander at his home in Protea South this week in front of his 14-year-old... →
18th May 2018 On Wednesday, Mochudi Secondary School in rural North West became the latest beneficiary of PPC’s science educational programme when the company... →
18th May 2018 The DA calls on both MECs for Education and Community Safety, Panyaza Lesufi and Sizakele Nkosi- Malobane to urgently investigate the allegations... →
4th May 2018 What is NaTIS? It is the National Traffic Information System (hereafter referred to as “NaTIS”) which is a fairly new system that records and... →
4th May 2018 In recent years, International Arbitration has developed into an efficient process of resolving commercial disputes without resorting to the... →
4th May 2018 The calls for stricter regulations for electronic ride-sharing came into the spotlight in 2015, when Cape Town Traffic Officials impounded over 200... →