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22nd June 2017 The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is a vast country rich in natural resources including the world’s largest reserves of cobalt, and... →
21st June 2017 South Africa’s Public Protector, Busisiwe Mkhwebane, has ignited a flaring grass fire with recommendations around a R1.2bn bailout paid to a local... →
21st June 2017 A recently released report written by a group of South African social scientists, “Betrayal of the Promise”, considers the widespread capture of... →
20th June 2017 The prevailing economic crisis sweeping through South Africa is a direct result of economic mismanagement largely shaped by the looting of state... →
15th June 2017 After accepting his nomination as the presidential candidate of the main opposition coalition recently, Raila Odinga likened himself to Joshua, the... →
14th June 2017 South Africa’s state owned enterprises have been hit by one scandal after another signalling serious political and corporate governance failures.... →
13th June 2017 South Africa’s march into a democracy was greatly helped by a multiparty government of national unity established after the 1994 elections. The... →
12th June 2017 It is probably no consolation to Brian Molefe, the CEO of South Africa’s power utility Eskom, that his woes are evidence that President Jacob... →
9th June 2017 In 1925, Jan Smuts was both a prominent politician and an advocate for science. Just after the first of his two terms as prime minister of the... →
8th June 2017 The Southern African Development Community (SADC) has placed industrialisation at the centre of its regional integrated development plan and a... →