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16th November 2017 South Africa has been rocked by news that President Jacob Zuma has bulldozed the country’s National Treasury to adopt a fee free higher education... →
By: South African Institute of International Affairs 16th November 2017 Are current developments in Zimbabwe unearthing the country's 'deep state'? Our analysis from 2016 has relevance today as events unfold: The... →
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 15th November 2017 Mali is entering an electoral cycle comprising local and regional elections on 17 December and presidential and legislative elections in 2018. The... →
15th November 2017 The day after Minister David Mahlobo was moved from state security to energy, he highlighted South Africa’s achievements in nuclear science.... →
14th November 2017 Land is a highly charged and politicised issue all over the world. South Africa, with its history of extreme dispossession through colonialism and... →
14th November 2017 ‘Protesting’ is a long-standing part of South Africa’s political culture, and not an altogether negative one – it is a right in a democratic... →
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 13th November 2017 The latest revelations around tax evasion, dubbed the ‘Paradise Papers’, are certainly embarrassing for powerful individuals like Britain’s Queen... →