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4th August 2017 Relying on one event to change a country usually ends in tears – particularly when you pin so much on it that you endanger your future. The event... →
4th August 2017 South Africa is reeling from a string of scandals involving state owned enterprises and the Guptas, a family with close ties to President Jacob... →
1st August 2017 The prognosis that the South African economy is in dire straits is pretty obvious even to the untrained eye. The solution to the country’s present... →
1st August 2017 President Joseph Kabila of the Democratic Republic of the Congo has barely five months to save his 17-year regime from a cataclysmic ending.... →
1st August 2017 While much froth and babble has accompanied the debate over “Radical Economic Transformation” in South Africa, the bottom line remains: the country... →
28th July 2017 The Tanzanian government has asked Acacia Mining, a subsidiary of the world’s largest gold mining company Barrick Gold, to pay approximately... →
27th July 2017 The International Criminal Court (ICC) has finally handed down it’s highly anticipated judgment on South Africa’s failure to arrest Sudanese... →
27th July 2017 In popular conceptions of what it means to be human is the universal notion that our species - homo sapiens - is essentially rational. It’s... →
26th July 2017 A more than 365 year history of colonialism and apartheid have indelibly affected land, heritage and human rights in South Africa. Among the vast... →
25th July 2017 The South African Communist Party (SACP) resolved at its recent 14th Congress to contest future elections in the country independent of the African... →