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4th April 2017 This article was first published last year as South Africa faced a possible downgrade by rating agencies Current developments in South Africa are... →
3rd April 2017 There is a lot of brave talk about standing up to President Jacob Zuma after the dismissal of Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan amid a wider cabinet... →
3rd April 2017 South Africa’s currency and bond markets plunged after a dramatic late night announcement that South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma had fired the... →
31st March 2017 South Africa has entered a new political chapter that promises catastrophic outcomes after President Jacob Zuma reshuffled his cabinet last night,... →
30th March 2017 The signing of the Treaty of Rome, which established the European Economic Community (EEC) 60 years ago in March 1957, came at a tumultuous time in... →
29th March 2017 Ahmed Kathrada, one of South Africa’s preeminent struggle stalwarts who has died at the age of 87, was best known to many as Kathy or Uncle Kathy.... →
29th March 2017 It’s remarkable how much of a shitstorm Twitter creates when in the hands of politicians – with serious costs for the rest of us. Helen Zille,... →
28th March 2017 It’s remarkable how a South African politician as intelligent as Helen Zille, premier of the Western Cape and former leader of the opposition... →
28th March 2017 The call for radical economic transformation has grown louder following President Jacob Zuma’s 2017 State of the Nation Address. Accompanying these... →
27th March 2017 The world has become a hostile place for refugees. The narrative often used to justify such actions is national security. The cornerstone of... →