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6th November 2015 In the same way that manned aircraft received much of their technological impetus from their deployment as weapons of war, so too have unmanned... →
6th November 2015 What started as a hashtag – #FeesMustFall – has become a fully fledged movement dominating South Africa’s national conversation. The country is... →
6th November 2015 Minimum wages have played a central role in reducing inequality in countries as diverse as Indonesia, the UK and Brazil. Traditionally seen as a... →
5th November 2015 This is part of a series of articles The Conversation Africa is running on financial inclusion and micro credit and their role in economic... →
5th November 2015 There are 41 living languages in Uganda. But only three are ever mentioned in debates about the East African nation’s official language: Luganda,... →
4th November 2015 If one tracks South African student activities in 2015 it becomes apparent that a new politics is bubbling below the surface of academic life. This... →
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... →