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Conflict in Africa: The socio-psychological perspective

By: In On Africa IOA     2nd December 2010 Conflict, as we know it today, has endured major transformation since the earliest days. In the contemporary world, three major causes of conflict... 

The Dangers of Nepotism and Favouritism for the Police

By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies      30th November 2010 In the last few months there have been a number of worrying media reports in South Africa alleging incidents of nepotism or favouritism in both the... 

Africa: Asia’s one-stop shop

By: In On Africa IOA     29th November 2010 From oil and gas to cocoa, cotton and copper, Asia’s shopping list covers all the goods and commodities that Africa could possibly supply. Indeed,... 

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Journey to Cancun, Mexico 2010: Is There Hope?

By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies      29th November 2010 The 16th Conference of Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) takes place from November 29th to December... 

South African shopping malls: A threat to small business ambitions 

By: In On Africa IOA     26th November 2010 In recent years, the South African press has told countless stories of the mushrooming of shopping centres in the country’s township areas. In... 

SA’s politically biased Africa agenda in urgent need of revision

By: Terence Creamer     26th November 2010 It’s ironic, but business’ grasp of the importance of the rest of Africa to South Africa’s growth fortunes seems to be firmer under the Presidency... 

Corruption in Africa: A crime against development 

By: In On Africa IOA     25th November 2010 Corruption is a pervasive problem in both the developed and developing world. In recent years, the problem has gained much interest due primarily... 

The Media a Double-Edged Sword

By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies      25th November 2010 The media is clearly one of the most powerful tools of the modern age. It has the potential to escalate a conflict situation, but also to prevent... 

Zimbabwe: Back on the front burner

By: Denis Worrall     24th November 2010 Peter Godwin is a journalist who was born in Zimbabwe but who now lives in and works out of New York. He has written two excellent and profoundly... 

Summit Raises Hope for Better Communication Between Addis and Brussels

By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies      24th November 2010 The first Africa-EU Summit following the Lisbon Treaty, which brought major institutional renovation and structural changes in the European Union... 

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