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20th September 2017 As far as corporate accountability goes, the recent announcement that the CEO and seven senior executives at auditing and consultancy firm KMPG in... →
19th September 2017 State-owned enterprises are vital to many economies, but are particularly vital to those seeking economic development. This is true in South Africa... →
18th September 2017 In January 1983 Robert Mugabe’s government launched a massive security clampdown in Matabeleland. It was led by a North Korean-trained, almost... →
15th September 2017 The swearing in of the new Angolan parliament marks the first time in 38 years that Angola has a new president. João Lourenço, who Angolans refer... →
12th September 2017 The recent media “revelations” about South Africa’s Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa’s several alleged extramarital affairs are the classic... →
12th September 2017 The South African government is said to be seriously considering selling its stake in telecommunication firm, Telkom, in order to save the troubled... →
11th September 2017 Kenya’s 2017 general election has been one of the most litigated general elections since the country’s first multiparty poll in 1992. Just weeks... →
8th September 2017 South Africa urgently needs new policy ideas to reverse the alarming increase in poverty among its population. New figures reveal an increase of... →
7th September 2017 A routine smear. This is the view of the overwhelming majority of commentators and analysts about last weekend’s “revelations” in the Sunday... →
6th September 2017 Faced with a growing economic crisis, South Africa’s new Finance Minister, Malusi Gigaba, has come up with a 14 point plan to turn the country’s... →