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7th January 2016 When South Africa’s annual matric results are announced, it is important to listen to what is said - and, more importantly, to what is not. Basic... →
6th January 2016 Natasha Joseph, The Conversation South Africa’s Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga announced on January 5 that 70.7% of the country’s matrics... →
5th January 2016 Until a few years ago solar panels were a rare sight in South Africa, largely limited to the roofs of a few affluent households. This is changing... →
11th December 2015 China is facing numerous threats from climate change. These include: increased mean annual temperature, increased frequency and severity of dust... →
11th December 2015 A fine technocrat who did not wear his position on his sleeve, and known for tapping into his soft power of persuasion, Nhlanhla Nene has now been... →
11th December 2015 The fallout from President Jacob Zuma’s decision to remove South Africa’s respected Minister of Finance Nhlanhla Nene was felt immediately in the... →
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... →