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07 Jul 2014
 
 
SA: Statement by the Department of Science and Technology, Minister Pandor launches Africa's first Accelerator Mass Spectrometry facility (07/07/2014)
STATEMENT
The Minister of Science and Technology, Naledi Pandor, today launched a new Accelerator Mass Spectrometry (AMS) Facility in Gauteng at the iThemba Laboratory for Accelerator-Based Sciences (iThemba...
 
 
02 Jul 2014
 
The evolution of Boko Haram: A growing threat?
CONSULTANCY AFRICA INTELLIGENCE
Boko Haram is increasingly emerging as a crucial actor in Nigeria and East Africa. The group has been particularly violent since 2010, and its lethality and its threat to Nigerian and regional...
 
 
30 Jun 2014
 
Africa and the geopolitics of global nuclear security governance in the 2014 Nuclear Security Summit - Part 2
CONSULTANCY AFRICA INTELLIGENCE
Only six African states participated in the 2014 Nuclear Security Summit (NSS) held in March at The Hague, Netherlands, which was attended by 53 leaders from around the world in order to draw...
 
 
27 Jun 2014
 
Africa and the geopolitics of global nuclear security governance in the 2014 Nuclear Security Summit - Part 1
CONSULTANCY AFRICA INTELLIGENCE
While the danger of nuclear terrorism remains globally palpable, leaders of only two of six African nations, Algeria and Morocco, but not Egypt, Gabon, Nigeria and South Africa, in March 2014...
 
 
26 Jun 2014
 
 
 
Daily podcast – June 26, 2014
PODCAST
National Planning Commission commissioner Dr Miriam Altman has warned that while it’s important for South Africa to grow its manufacturing output, the sector is unlikely to be a major source of...
 
 
Marikana, resolve and resilience
The South African Civil Society Information Service
The massacre on 16 August 2012, and the events that followed it, including the grinding strike that has just been concluded, have inscribed Marikana into our history. The name Marikana and the date...
 
 
The Anti-Personnel Mine Ban Convention: 15 years on
INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES
Monday, 23 June 2014, marked the beginning of the third Maputo Review Conference. The 161 states parties to the Convention on the Prohibition of the Use, Stockpiling, Production and Transfer of...
 
 
24 Jun 2014
 
 
 
As FDI flows recover to $8.2bn, SA firms emerge as top African investors
FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT
Foreign direct investment (FDI) into South Africa recovered to $8.2-billion in 2013, from $4.6-billion in 2012, notwithstanding ongoing anxiety about the state of the South African economy and its...
 
 
19 Jun 2014
 
SA: Pallo Jordan: Address by ANC National Executive Committee member, response to President Jacob Zuma's State of the Nation Address, Parliament, Cape Town (19/06/2014)
SPEECH
To fully comprehend what this ANC-led government has achieved in transforming South Africa’s former status from that of an international pariah, to that of a respected member of the international...
 
 
12 Jun 2014
 
DA: Statement by Solly Malatsi, Democratic Alliance Shadow Minister of Sports and Recreation, on World Cup 2014: This one's for Africa (12/06/2014)
STATEMENT
The DA wishes the five African teams participating in the 2014 FIFA Soccer World Cup in Brazil all the best. Algeria, Cameroon, Cote d’Ivoire, Ghana and Nigeria carry the hopes of the continent...
 
 
Avoid a cybercrime own goal during the World Cup
INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES
With the World Cup kicking off in Brazil tomorrow, 12 June, interest in the matches is reaching a fever pitch in Africa and around the globe. Savvy cybercriminals are capitalising on the attention...
 
 
11 Jun 2014
 
 
 
Daily podcast – June 11, 2014
PODCAST
The World Bank has made a further material downward revision to South Africa’s growth outlook for 2014. It cites tense labour-market conditions as a key reason, along with weak electricity supply...
 
 
Sovereign wealth funds: A race worth joining to unlock Africa’s hidden potential?
CONSULTANCY AFRICA INTELLIGENCE
Africa has experienced a rise in the establishment of sovereign wealth funds (SWFs) over the past decade. The Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute, a United States (US)-based research organisation,...
 
 
03 Jun 2014
 
Weapons in Africa: A growth industry with severe consequences
CONSULTANCY AFRICA INTELLIGENCE
The US$ 70 billion global arms trade is by nature opaque and secretive, although deals have become increasingly commercial as suppliers compete to supply weapons and training. For African...
 
 
02 Jun 2014
 
Going to fight and die: African fighters in the Syrian Civil War
consultancy africa intelligence
In 2011, Syrian opposition groups opposed to the national government, led by the authoritarian leader Bashar al-Assad, participated in mass, country-wide demonstrations for deep reform in the...
 
 
 
                       
 
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