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13th March 2018 When Djibouti makes international headlines, it is usually in connection with the many superpowers that have built military bases on its shore.... →
12th March 2018 Opinion polls in South Africa have clearly shown the sharp decline in citizens’ approval of Jacob Zuma’s performance as president over the past... →
12th March 2018 The election of Cyril Ramaphosa as ANC president in December evoked high expectations from a range of quarters in South African society, because it... →
9th March 2018 South Africa’s parliament has passed a resolution to amend the constitution and allow expropriation without compensation. The decision has... →
7th March 2018 This report argues that China will have the world’s largest middle class fuelled by income-growth in the next 10 years. The consuming population... →
6th March 2018 In December 2017, South Sudan marked four years of devastating conflict. Only a few months later, it has reached another critical point: more South... →
22nd March 2018 As previously stated, the South African National Defence Force (SANDF) wishes to reiterate its stance against any abuse of civilian members or... →
22nd March 2018 The EFF calls on the President of the Republic, Cyril Ramaphosa to declare a state of emergency as a mechanism to deal with the Listeriosis... →
7th March 2018 The draft Economic Regulation of Transport Bill (the “Bill”) was released on 12 February 2018 by the Department of Transport for public comment.... →
7th March 2018 On 22 January 2018, at the ripe old age of 90 Minnie Mouse received her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. This was 40 years after her male... →
7th March 2018 A key feature of ENSafrica’s fourth annual anti-bribery and corruption (“ABC”) survey was understanding whether organisations were familiar with... →