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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... →
7th June 2017 The most recent data shows that 27.4% of South African children under the age of five are too short for their age or suffer from stunting. Children... →
7th June 2017 South Africa has been rocked by news that it has slipped into a recession after its gross domestic product (GDP) declined 0.7% during the first... →
6th June 2017 Politics are in shambles across the world. Populism and political gambles are making headlines from London to Washington. Southern Africa is no... →
5th June 2017 The recent protests over housing shortages in Gauteng, South Africa’s richest province and economic hub, have put the spotlight on the problem and... →
31st May 2017 The 2017 French election was watched with great nervousness by millions across Francophone Africa. That’s because the French president remains a... →
30th May 2017 South Africa has, in the past, been credited with taking on innovative corporate governance standards and integrated reporting. So it’s... →
29th May 2017 The questions that I get asked most often by students, policy makers and political leaders are: “can democracy work in Africa?” and “is Africa... →
26th May 2017 Both South Africa and Namibia’s governing parties are set to hold elective congresses before the end of this year. Those who win the leadership... →