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Nelson Mandela 100
7th June 2018 Raymond Suttner speaks to Polity's Thabi Madiba about Nelson Mandela’s leadership-Part 1: the early years. Click here to read the column. →
1st June 2018 I Remember Nelson Mandela is the dream-child of Mrs Graça Machel who, some months after Nelson Mandela's passing on 5 December 2013, met with... →
30th May 2018 Former Nelson Mandela Foundation CEO and South African writer Achmat Dangor told Polity that former statesman Nelson Mandela always felt that he... →
10th July 2018 For the past couple of years there has been an up-roar by young people on various social media platforms about the ‘missing of the plot’ of... →
9th July 2018 The 10th BRICS summit to be hosted by South Africa is going to be closely watched. It comes at a time when extraordinary global political and... →
9th July 2018 Worker protests over pay at South Africa’s power utility have led to lights being turned off across the country. The utility, Eskom, announced... →
2nd July 2018 On May 21, 2017, police in Indonesia’s capital, Jakarta, raided the Atlantis gym and sauna, arresting 141 people, most of whom were gay or bisexual... →
2nd July 2018 Under Prime Minister Hun Sen, Cambodia is in a human rights freefall. Despite the strong human rights provisions in the 1991 Paris Peace Agreements... →
2nd July 2018 Financial institutions are exposed to the risks associated with deforestation through their investments in and lending to companies involved with... →
13th July 2018 The Grayston Drive Pedestrian and cyclist structural bridge collapse inquiry set-up by the Department of Labour completed its work of gathering... →
13th July 2018 President Cyril Ramaphosa has characterised his State Visit to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia as a remarkable success, as he had positive and fruitful... →
13th July 2018 MEC for Education, Panyaza Lesufi, should apologise for his racially charged rant in the Gauteng Legislature when he accused “white developers" of... →
3rd July 2018 National Treasury has held a few workshops this year to engage with stakeholders on proposed amendments before the draft amendment bills are... →
Baker McKenzie launches 2018 Global Private Equity Insights: 'Only for the Brave: Discovering opportunities in an uncertain world'
3rd July 2018 Against a backdrop of enduring geopolitical uncertainty, global private equity is experiencing a resurgence. Having experienced a record year for... →
2nd July 2018 The recent cyber-attack and holding hostage of a South African insurance provider’s IT infrastructure has drawn attention to the dire need for... →