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9th November 2015 Many African countries have in recent years shown phenomenal economic growth. But recent developments on global markets – including the drop in... →
9th November 2015 In the wake of the student protests on South African campuses, universities need to engage in some critical reflection. Did their responses protect... →
9th November 2015 Household air pollution is estimated to kill more than 500,000 people in Africa each year. Through solar energy, people can stop using dirty and... →
9th November 2015 The need to move to solar energy seems a logical choice. Most areas in South Africa get around 2500 hours of sunshine per year. The southern... →
By: South African Institute of International Affairs 24th January 2014 The current account in the balance of payments is always of interest to the international finance community and South Africa is no exception in... →
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 23rd January 2014 As the first country to reverse a moratorium on hydraulic fracturing – more commonly known as ‘fracking’ – South Africa is now poised to move... →
23rd January 2014 In this 69-page report, Human Rights Watch calls on Libya to press forward with legislative reforms, making abolishing the death penalty for more... →
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 22nd January 2014 This edition of the Peace and Security Council Report includes a post-election analysis on Madagascar and an open page article on Inter-regional... →
14th February 2018 AfriForum today launched its Prosecute Zuma campaign. The civil rights organisation, as part of this campaign, launched a petition in support of... →
14th February 2018 While President Jacob Zuma has finally been recalled by the ANC, there has been no indication as to if or when he will step down. In the meantime,... →
12th March 2014 On 24 January 2014, the Competition Commission decided not to refer a complaint based on allegations of exclusionary behaviour in the property and... →
12th March 2014 According to global legal practice Norton Rose Fulbright’s fifth “The Way Ahead” Transport Survey, 17% of respondents from the global transport... →
12th March 2014 Introduction To date, appointments have occurred by means of the so-called “requisition system”. This system involves the submission to the Master... →