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8th February 2018 South Africa’s 2018 State of the Nation address by the president of South Africa has been postponed. This unprecedented step makes it clear that... →
7th February 2018 At first glance the announcement by video entertainment and pay-television company Multichoice that it will be dropping controversial news channel... →
2nd February 2018 The closure of any media outlet is normally mourned by all journalists, because of the loss of jobs, diversity and competition. But the... →
1st February 2018 Under the presidency of Jacob Zuma, South Africa has been trying to implement a massive new nuclear programme. The initiative stood against a... →
30th January 2018 South Africa’s Reserve Bank Governor, Lesetja Kganyago, has been selected as the first sub-Saharan African to serve as chair of the International... →
29th January 2018 It appears as if the Gupta family, known for being politically connected to South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma and accused of “state capture”,... →
25th January 2018 Public discussion about higher education funding in South Africa has been beset by numerous fictions and misunderstandings since the Fees Must Fall... →
24th January 2018 South Africa’s power utility Eskom has seen a remarkable leadership shake up in the past few days. Almost the entire board has been replaced with... →
23rd January 2018 While each country in Southern Africa has its own politics, recent developments involving presidents provide interesting contrasts across the... →
17th January 2018 The large majority of South Africans, including members of the governing African National Congress (ANC), will be glad to see the back of Jacob... →