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1st November 2017 South Africa’s latest crime statistics released by the country’s police service reflect a continued long-term decline in levels of non-violent... →
1st November 2017 For the past two years the actions of government and protesting students have slowly started squeezing South Africa’s universities into a shadow of... →
31st October 2017 Until a couple of years ago, all financial institutions and investment banks were celebrating ‘Africa Rising’, in a symphony of compliments that... →
31st October 2017 I remember walking through the rubble of burnt out buildings some months after Kenya’s 2008 post-election violence. Houses owned by ethnic Kikuyu... →
30th October 2017 Many South African police officers might be considered “accidental officers”. This proposition is based on data I gathered during eight months of... →
26th October 2017 Wittingly or unwittingly, South Africa’s Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba’s medium term budget policy statement places him – and champions of the... →
26th October 2017 South Africa’s 2017 medium-term budget policy statement represents a watershed moment in the post-apartheid economic and fiscal position. The best... →
25th October 2017 At an international conference on non-communicable diseases, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the World Health Organisation director general, recently... →
25th October 2017 Police officers are central to modern states and societies, including South Africa. But contrary to popular belief, the standard model of policing... →