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5th October 2017 Good governance policy and bad, irresponsible and autocratic governments all are analysed in a new compilation of major indexes and data gauging... →
5th October 2017 It is essential that Africa’s data revolution be viewed as the joint responsibility of governments, international agencies, civil society and the... →
4th October 2017 In July 2012, we published Horizon 2025: creative destruction in the aid industry, which analysed some of the major forces shaping change in... →
3rd October 2017 Over the last six years the Syrian crisis has claimed the lives of an estimated 475,000 people as of July 2017, according to the Syrian Observatory... →
3rd October 2017 Despite a decades-long history of hospitality that has earned Jordan an international reputation as one of the world’s great refugee-hosting... →
“They Forced Us Onto Trucks Like Animals” – Cameroon’s Mass Forced Return and Abuse of Nigerian Refugees
3rd October 2017 After almost 50 years of taking in hundreds of thousands of refugees from various neighbouring states, Cameroon is shredding its reputation as a... →
17th October 2017 The DA is not surprised by President Jacob Zuma’s Cabinet reshuffle, the latest move in Zuma’s war against anyone who opposes his project of State... →
DA: Phumzile Van Damme says new SABC board Chairperson and Deputy Chairperson are close allies to President Zuma and his family
17th October 2017 The DA notes with grave concern the appointment of SABC board Chairperson, Bongumusa Makhathini and Deputy Chairperson, Febe Potgieter-Gqubule, who... →
28th September 2017 The next and, presumably, final draft of the proposed changes to the NEMA Financial Provision Regulations are expected to be published any day now,... →
28th September 2017 Much like an army heeding to the cry of its people to take down its adversary, South Africa's competition regulators have heard the pleas of South... →
28th September 2017 A class action suit to have Muslim marriages declared legally valid in South Africa is currently being heard in the Western Cape High Court. The... →