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18th July 2017 A few months ago, a video in which a street boy blamed bad leadership for Nigeria’s socio-economic problems, went viral on social media in the... →
18th July 2017 As one of the iconic leaders of the 20th century, Nelson Mandela fought for democracy, justice, peace and reconciliation. He showed the world what... →
17th July 2017 As Kenya’s general election beckons the race has effectively narrowed down to two horses. Either, opposition leader Raila Odinga, or incumbent... →
14th July 2017 South Africa has been considering shale gas development in the Karoo – an arid part of the country that spans more than 400 000 square kilometres –... →
13th July 2017 South Africans are not happy. According to the recent Bloomberg’s Misery Index, South Africa is the second-most miserable country on earth.... →
12th July 2017 Debates on monetary policy in South Africa over the last couple of decades seem to have come from a madhouse. First, in the 1990s the country had... →
11th July 2017 The 5th policy conference of South Africa’s governing African National Congress started on an ominous note. The party’s stalwarts had opted to stay... →
10th July 2017 The media reported on the national policy conference of the African National Congress (ANC) through the perspective of power struggles. This wasn’t... →
10th July 2017 For 24 hours rumours swirled through Zambia that President Edgar Lungu planned to initiate a state of emergency. When he finally took to the... →
6th July 2017 South Africa’s governing African National Congress’s previous four policy conferences have given a very good indication of what the policy... →