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By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 25th August 2017 Some eyebrows were raised when South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma announced last weekend that Comoros had been admitted as the Southern African... →
24th August 2017 Do South African trade unions still represent the working class? The South African labour landscape has undergone massive changes in the past few... →
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 24th August 2017 The highly contested 2015 constitutional referendum in the Republic of the Congo set in motion a process of institutional reform which the... →
23rd August 2017 Zimbabwe’s first lady, Grace Mugabe, has been granted diplomatic immunity and allowed to leave South Africa after allegedly attacking and injuring... →
By: South African Institute of International Affairs 23rd August 2017 A South African court has ordered the government to release a permit to the world’s largest rhino breeder, John Hume. The permit will allow him to... →
22nd August 2017 The three-year wage settlement reached in the metals and engineering sector, without a strike, represents a major achievement by all involved,... →
22nd August 2017 Grace Mugabe, the wife of President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe, is accused of assaulting a young woman while on a visit to South Africa. A week... →