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25th February 2016 One of the most politically important steps taken by Pravin Gordhan, South Africa’s finance minister, in his 2016 Budget is also one of the most... →
25th February 2016 A great deal was at stake for South Africa when its Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan delivered his much-anticipated 2016 Budget speech. The... →
24th February 2016 Anybody who has seen a convertible caught in a rainstorm understands the importance of weather forecasts. And the expectation that the forecast is... →
24th February 2016 During the transition to democracy in the early 1990s, the media in South Africa underwent a shift in their operations and understanding of what... →
23rd February 2016 In rural Malawi it is not uncommon for neighbours to see a skeletal man being pushed in a wheelbarrow by his son or his brother. The frail man is... →
23rd February 2016 African governments and donors have spent huge sums of money on seed systems. Simply put, seed systems are networks of organisations, individuals,... →
22nd February 2016 South Africa has an unaccounted for tax. By unaccounted I mean it is a tax which does not appear anywhere in the government accounts, including... →
19th February 2016 Foundation essay: Our foundation essays are longer than usual and take a wider look at a key issue affecting society. The rise of public sector... →
18th February 2016 South Africa has spent the last 20 years in transition, oscillating between a deepening and a reversal of democratic liberties. Global patterns... →
17th February 2016 South Africa’s peaceful transition to democracy is widely admired on the continent and around the world. This year, the country marks the 22nd... →