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26 May 2017
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No evidence for SA government’s ‘truly amazing’ house delivery rate
AFRICA CHECK
South African members of parliament were sceptical when the country’s housing minister boasted about her department’s service delivery rate. “The achievements of this department are enormous, even...
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25 May 2017
 
 
 
Implement transformation now and avoid being pushed to do so or being driven out of business
OPINION
Companies with foresight should embrace and actively implement transformation now, and not wait for “radical economic transformation” to force them to do so or to push them out of business, argues...
 
 
24 May 2017
 
 
 
Is 80% of Africa’s population without electricity?
AFRICA CHECK
Has the vast majority of Africa’s population been left in the dark? The World Economic Forum’s head of Africa said so to a South African radio station at the latest Forum on Africa, which was...
 
 
22 May 2017
 
South Africa's power utility is hoping for a tariff hike. It may not get it
THE CONVERSATION
South Africa’s National Energy Regulator (NERSA) is soon to decide if the country’s power utility, Eskom, should be granted an exemption from a long list of regulatory reporting requirements when...
 
 
Fact-checking Kenya’s deputy president on maize imports, debt, electricity & police
AFRICA CHECK
In a Citizen TV interview on 16 May, Kenya’s deputy president William Ruto sought to defend the government’s record, ahead of an August election. “We came to the people of Kenya with pledges, a...
 
 
19 May 2017
 
 
 
“Attention!” Not so much
INSTITUTE OF RACE RELATIONS
When President Jacob Zuma confined us to junk status, the Democratic Alliance (DA) sought permission to march through the Johannesburg CBD on Friday 7 April, 2017 in protest. The African National...
 
 
18 May 2017
 
 
 
The CEO of South Africa's power utility is back. Why the move can't be justified
THE CONVERSATION
The return of Brian Molefe as CEO of South Africa’s largest state owned enterprise, the power utility Eskom, has caused outrage due to the circumstances under which he resigned in December last...
 
 
Is suicide the 3rd leading cause of death for South Africans aged 15-24?
AFRICA CHECK
Claims around suicide rates in South Africa are often made, the latest being by the Ridge Times, a community newspaper in the Mpumalanga province. An article that appeared on the publication’s...
 
 
 
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