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31 July 2014
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25 Jun 2014
SA: Statement by the Department of Trade and Industry, on strengthening South African-European partnership to benefit the rest of Africa (25/06/2014)
The Minister of Science and Technology, Naledi Pandor, has told South Africa's European partners that South Africa has to share its science and technology knowledge with the rest of Africa. "We...
17 Jun 2014
Analysing South Africa's 2014 election results (June 2014)
This policy brief interrogates the South African 2014 national and provincial elections results, focusing on the implications of the results for the three largest political parties: the African...
06 Jun 2014
Engaging the private sector in Africa's peaceful development (June 2014)
The potential is untapped for governments and donors to explore scaling up their engagement with the business community in the pursuit of more peaceful, just and inclusive societies. Recent...
04 Jun 2014
Peace and Security Council Report No 59 (June 2014)
Peace and Security
This 59th edition of the Peace and Security Council report is the final edition in the current format. This edition includes analyses on Nigeria, Egypt, Somalia, Libya and South Sudan, as well as...
26 May 2014
Enhancing South Africa's post-conflict development role in the African Union (May 2014)
As the continent increasingly looks to address the root causes of violence through peacebuilding and post-conflict reconstruction and development (PCRD) strategies, there is an opportunity for...
22 May 2014
UN: Statement by the United Nations Women, UN entity for gender equality and the empowerment of women, calls on global citizens to bring gender equality into focus (22/05/2014)
UN Women today launched a major campaign in the lead-up to the commemoration of the 20th anniversary of the historic Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing. A year of activities around the...
Developed economies beat large emerging nations on competitiveness
As the economies of the US and Europe recover, large emerging markets are unable to keep up on competitiveness, a preview of a yearly competiveness report by Switzerland-based global business...
13 May 2014
Limit on foreign ownership of private SA security firms unlawful – expert
The provision in the proposed Private Security Industry Regulation Amendment Bill, which limits foreign ownership by private security companies to a maximum of 49% and has yet to be signed into law...
12 May 2014
SA: Statement by the Department of International Relations and Cooperation, South African students receive scholarships from Sweden (12/05/2014)
The Department of International Relations and Cooperation hosted South African students today, who were selected for a Swedish post-graduate scholarship programme. The students will be travelling...
25 Apr 2014
Zackie Achmat says why he won't vote ANC
In an interview with GroundUp, former TAC leader and current director of Ndifuna Ukwazi Zackie Achmat said this time he will not be voting for the ANC in the 7 May elections.
23 Apr 2014
People's perspectives of organised crime in West Africa and the Sahel (April 2014)
This study assesses community perceptions about illicit trafficking and organised crime in West Africa and the Sahel. Focus groups were conducted in Mali, Niger and Guinea-Bissau. For many of these...
15 Apr 2014
StatsSA says December was a record tourism month for SA
South Africa recorded its highest ever tourism month in December, a new Statistics South Africa (StatsSA) report shows, with a total of 937 792 overnight travellers, or tourists, of which 263 771...
Hypocrisies and contradictions: Western aid and LGBT rights in Africa
On 24 February 2014, President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda signed into law a bill that tightened already harsh anti-homosexuality legislation. There has been uproar from numerous human rights and...
Is there a risk of a new coup in Guinea-Bissau? (April 2014)
The military coup of April 2012, and subsequent transition that is supposed to end with the 2014 general elections, have not fundamentally changed the situation in Guinea-Bissau. While the...
10 Apr 2014
South African Crime Quarterly 47 (April 2014)
This year South Africa celebrates 20 years of democracy. The anniversary, coming in an election year, provides an opportunity for the ANC government to reflect back on the achievements of the past...
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