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10th February 2017 South Africa’s youth unemployment rates are now considered to be chronic. The latest figures show that about 48% of South Africans between 15 and... →
8th February 2017 The idea of establishing an alternative credit rating agency led by the BRICS bloc of countries is gaining momentum. But there are questions as to... →
7th February 2017 South Africa’s 2017/18 budget will have to be bold to pull the country out of the prevailing economic crisis. Economic growth has stalled and the... →
7th February 2017 A report in South Africa detailing the death of 94 people with mental health disorders who were moved from the Life Esidemeni Hospital and placed... →
6th February 2017 The local government minister for health in Gauteng, South Africa’s wealthiest province, resigned on Tuesday 31 January just before the release of... →
2nd February 2017 Swamps, marshes, floodplains and mangrove forests, all known as wetlands, are a precious resource. In their natural state they provide a range of... →
1st February 2017 South Africa’s public broadcaster, the SABC, is in trouble. It has been for years. But things are a little more dangerous than before. There are... →
1st February 2017 South Africa suffers from high levels of poverty, racism and inequality. This can be almost entirely attributed to centuries of conflict between... →
31st January 2017 As the new Gambian President Adama Barrow settles in, regional organisations are being lauded for playing a key role in ensuring a democratic and... →
31st January 2017 AgFunder, an online investment platform, just announced its innovation award winners. Topping the list was Biome Makers, a startup company that... →