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29 September 2016
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26 Sep 2016
 
 
South Africa’s Commitment to Governance Reform: An Inconvenient Truth
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Partnerships between government and civil society organisations (CSOs) can be volatile if not adequately nurtured, leading to mutual suspicion and questioning each other’s agendas. CSOs in South...
 
 
23 Sep 2016
 
Can Multilateral Efforts Save Threatened Wildlife?
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Dozens of wildlife species are endangered, pushed ever closer to extinction by habitat loss and illegal trade. This is an important and disquieting element of the so-called Anthropocene, the...
 
 
20 Sep 2016
 
What is CITES and why should we care?
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The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) is an international regulatory treaty between 182 member states. It was formed in 1973 and regulates the...
 
 
16 Sep 2016
 
A Tale of Two Summits
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The 11th G-20 Summit in Hangzhou, China closed earlier this week, focusing on the 'New' Industrial Revolution and technological changes, such as big data, robotics, and cloud computing. Innovation...
 
 
13 Sep 2016
 
The Rise of Sustainable FDI: Emerging Trends in the SADC Region
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The international investment landscape has been shifting over the past two decades. Governments are increasingly realising the potential for Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) to achieve not only...
 
 
08 Sep 2016
 
African Peer Review: Removing Itself from a Rut?
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The African Peer Review Mechanism – the continent’s home-grown governance assessment and promotion tool – seems to be slowly turning its fortunes around. On 6-7 September, it will hold a workshop...
 
 
05 Sep 2016
 
Speaking to development and growth: The G20 summit in Hangzhou
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As the full extent of the potential for the world to enter into a Great Depression became clearer in 2008, the G20 Finance meeting was elevated to a Leaders 20, a point that had for some years been...
 
 
31 Aug 2016
 
Corruption: A Barrier to Africa Rising
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The slowdown of the African economy – due to declining Chinese demand for raw materials, unsustainable, uneven growth and the potential Brexit fallout – calls into question the hopeful ‘Africa...
 
 
 
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