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5th October 2017 Archbishop Emeritus Bishop Desmond Mpilo Tutu’s 86th birthday on October 7 is a good occasion to reflect on the man’s contributions to South... →
5th October 2017 Horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing, otherwise known as fracking, has in the past few decades made available the gas in previously ‘tight’... →
4th October 2017 Africa’s leaders, along with everyone else interested in US-Africa relations, have waited eight months for US President Donald Trump’s... →
3rd October 2017 Compare the state of two political parties which share a close past connection but which today face distinctly different futures. I’m referring to... →
3rd October 2017 The goal of one united South African nation living prosperously under a constitutional democracy remains elusive. This is in spite of the... →
2nd October 2017 South Africa will need to review its land reform policy, with an eye to boosting productive land use among the rural poor, if it is to push back... →
29th September 2017 South Africa will need to review its land reform policy, with an eye to boosting productive land use among the rural poor, if it is to push back... →
28th September 2017 Accounting and consulting firm, KPMG South Africa, is reeling after it was exposed to have played a part in the Gupta inspired state capture... →
27th September 2017 Maori anthropologist Linda Tuhiwai Smith, in her seminal work Decolonising Methodologies, argues that Re-search is a dirty word. →
26th September 2017 After a Supreme Court ruling that invalidated Kenya’s August 8 presidential election, the country now finds itself in a moral predicament between... →