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4th November 2015 Last year South Africa had the most cyber attacks of any country on the continent. In 2014, losses reached an estimated R5 billion annually through... →
3rd November 2015 This is the first in a series of articles The Conversation Africa will be running on financial inclusion and micro credit and their role in... →
3rd November 2015 This article is part of a series The Conversation Africa is running during malaria week in the Southern African Development Community. You can read... →
3rd November 2015 The #feesmustfall student movement in South Africa has garnered a great deal of popular support. It has its critics, too. They have suggested that... →
3rd November 2015 South Africa is increasingly displaying evidence of radicalism, racialised rhetoric and general disenchantment. There are similarities between... →
2nd November 2015 There has been a concerted international effort since the early 2000s to tackle malaria. This has led to dramatic reductions in the disease. World... →
2nd November 2015 Environmental justice is a travelling discourse which has taken on distinctive meanings in different parts of the world. South Africa is no... →
2nd November 2015 Universities around the world have become stressed business enterprises. Funding considerations now dominate institutional strategy. This... →
30th October 2015 One in every three people globally suffers from malnutrition. And nearly half of all countries in the world face multiple serious burdens of... →
30th October 2015 South Africa is facing slow economic growth, high sovereign debt, a high unemployment rate, and inequality. Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene recently... →