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17th July 2015 The rapid expansion of government funding for science in South Africa is perhaps surprising given the present climate of spending cutbacks amid... →
17th July 2015 On Monday, after seeing off Nigerian President Muhammad Buhari, US President Barack Obama will make his way to Africa. He will become the first... →
16th July 2015 Human trafficking is a global crime affecting countless victims around the world. Yet its actual scope remains a mystery. The methodologies used to... →
15th July 2015 Some have asked what can Africa learn from Greece. I argue that Greece (and others) can learn a lot from the African experience. Debt is on the... →
14th July 2015 The global recognition of the economic prowess of the BRICS – Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa – has led to the group gaining greater... →
14th July 2015 African national borders are afflicted by a multitude of troubles that straddle villages and communities. These can include military skirmishes,... →
13th July 2015 “Time is running out to help workers move up the jobs ladder” - at least according to the OECD’s latest employment outlook. The somewhat gloomy... →
13th July 2015 It is critically important that we decolonise South Africa’s universities. This will involve creating a radically altered curriculum and producing... →
10th July 2015 South Africa’s Department of Basic Education has a plan to address the country’s youth unemployment crisis and its skills shortage. A task team... →
10th July 2015 Cuba has officially become the first country in the world to eliminate the transmission of HIV and syphilis from mother to child. Margaret Chan,... →