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10th December 2015 The current and projected severe impacts of climate change in Africa make adaptation an urgent priority. While reducing greenhouse gas emissions is... →
10th December 2015 Young South Africans - those born in or after 1994 and classified as the “born frees” - are often dismissed as a generation of slackers. They’re... →
9th December 2015 The state’s successful appeal against the verdict in the Oscar Pistorius case brings the quality of work done by South African high court judges... →
9th December 2015 Foundation essay: This is a foundation essay. It is longer than usual because it takes a wider look at a key issue affecting society. There is a... →
9th December 2015 China and South Africa are among the 17 countries that carry more than 70% of the world’s species, making it important for them to preserve plant... →
8th December 2015 The prevention of HIV from mothers to children has been the most successful HIV prevention programme in South Africa and across the globe. When the... →
8th December 2015 The unfolding human tragedy in Burundi needs urgent intervention from the international community before it is too late. The seemingly hands-off... →
7th December 2015 Improving infrastructure is not only critical for economic growth in Africa but essential for ensuring the improved wellbeing of its people. This... →
7th December 2015 Pope Francis was hailed around the world as a “messenger of hope” during his historic visit to Kenya, Uganda and Central African Republic. The... →
4th December 2015 The Paris Climate Summit provides an important platform for Ethiopia to showcase the steps it has taken in pursuing green economic development.... →