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5th July 2018 Last month, at a conference on African Inequalities co-organised by our school and the London School of Economics, the first audience question came... →
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... →
9th May 2018 Since early 2016, insurgent groups in Afghanistan have sharply escalated their attacks in Kabul and other major urban areas that have left... →
8th May 2018 According to a March 2018 World Bank report, South Africa is ‘one of the most unequal countries in the world, and that inequality has increased... →
27th September 2018 The Constitutional Court ruling that former Minister of Social Development, Bathabile Dlamini, must pay 20% of the legal costs incurred relating to... →
DA: MEC Gaolaolwe should investigate the irregular appointment of Maquassi Hills Municipality Administrator
27th September 2018 The Democratic Alliance (DA) in Maquassi Hills Local Municipality will write to the North West MEC for Local Government, Fenny Gaolaolwe,... →
27th September 2018 The ANC’s stated intention to nominate Patrick Mabilo as Executive Mayor of the Sol Plaatje Local Municipality is proof that it does not care about... →
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... →