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14th February 2019 Women are gaining ground in politics around the world. Last year, the so-called “pink wave” saw a record number of women elected to Congress in the... →
14th February 2019 Many South African politicians, economists and specialists in the energy sector are celebrating the news that a promising show of natural gas has... →
12th February 2019 Nigeria is preparing for its general election. But will it be credible? Nigerian voters are well aware that the elections will not be won solely by... →
11th February 2019 South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has unveiled a new plan for the country’s beleaguered state owned power utility, Eskom. During his State of... →
8th February 2019 During the apartheid era in South Africa, the mining industry operated without restraint and had undue influence over government decision-making.... →
7th February 2019 South African President Ramaphosa has finally signed into law a new bill aimed at regulating the funding of political parties. It was approved by... →
7th February 2019 South Africans have been held spellbound by the torrent of evidence of corruption emerging from two parallel commissions of inquiry – into state... →
6th February 2019 Economic growth, accompanied by a fall in infectious diseases over the past two decades, has changed the profile of the biggest threats to the... →
5th February 2019 South Africans go to the polls this year. And for the first time the country’s energy future is becoming a significant subject of contestation.... →