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24 July 2016
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22 Jul 2016
 
 
A cry for recognition and protection: Zimbabwe’s forgotten Informal Cross Border Traders
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The Beitbridge border between Zimbabwe and South Africa, the busiest border post in Southern Africa, has been rocked by unprecedented violent protests since June. The protests largely concern the...
 
 
21 Jul 2016
 
Africa’s $100 billion infrastructure gap: why Africa must seize the moment on the New Development Bank
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Africa’s infrastructure financing deficit, estimated to be $100 billion a year, remains persistently large. The resulting lack of investment in energy, transport and water infrastructure on the...
 
 
12 Jul 2016
 
Reconfiguring South Africa’s BEE Models in Mining: Linking profits to employee share schemes
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The mineral resources minister recently gazetted an amended Mining Charter, which generated a good deal of controversy. Although the revised charter retains the principal target of achieving 26%...
 
 
05 Jul 2016
 
Modi’s African safari
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Nearly nine months ago the third India-Africa Forum Summit, and the first that included all African states, was held with much fanfare in Delhi. There, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced...
 
 
29 Jun 2016
 
A New Narrative for African Agriculture
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The drought that has hammered Southern Africa over the past years is a potent reminder (if ever it was needed) of the foundational importance of agriculture to the continent’s fortunes. Agriculture...
 
 
27 Jun 2016
 
Uncharted territory as the UK opts to exit the European Union
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What many political and financial analysts viewed until a day before the British referendum on a European exit as scaremongering has come to be. The 72% voter turnout resulted in a 51.9% vote to...
 
 
22 Jun 2016
 
Does a Brexit matter for South Africa?
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Who would have thought that the Brexit debate’s rising emotions would have reached their apogee in a horrific killing in the streets of a West Yorkshire town a week before the referendum that will...
 
 
15 Jun 2016
 
African election trends 2016: A good year for democracy?
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With eight countries already going to the polls and seven more planning to do so before December, 2016 has been a busy year for elections in Africa. At the halfway point of the year, what can be...
 
 
 
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