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2 April 2015
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23 Jan 2015
UN: UN Women launches HeForShe impct 10x10x10 initiative
At the World Economic Forum in Davos today, UN Women, the United Nations entity dedicated to achieving gender equality and women’s empowerment unveiled the HeForShe IMPACT 10X10X10 pilot initiative...
22 Jan 2015
The AU's cybercrime response: A positive start, but substantial challenges ahead (January 2015)
African governments, the private sector and individuals increasingly rely on the Internet to conduct sensitive transactions and store important data. Most African states are lagging behind in...
09 Jan 2015
Festive season road fatalities drop by marginal 0.6%
The number of road deaths over the festive season declined by a conservative 0.6% year-on-year, with 1 368 fatalities recorded between December 1, 2014 and January 5, 2015, Transport Minister Dipuo...
SA: Dipuo Peters: Address by Minister of Transport, on the official release of the festive season statistics, Imbizo media room, Old Parliament, Cape Town (09/01/2015)
“It was the best of time; it was the worst of time, It was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, It was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, It was the season of light,...
06 Jan 2015
DoE: Angie Motshekga: Address by Minister of Basic Education, at the announcement of the 2014 National Senior Certificate (NSC) examinations results, Auckland Park (05/01/2015)
Basic Education
The year 2014 is the watershed year as it marked the completion of the implementation of the Curriculum and Assessment Policy Statement (CAPS) throughout the education system. It is a year when the...
17 Dec 2014
Using social network analysis to understand the interactions of a Cape Town gang (December 2014)
This case study uses social network analysis to study the interactions of a criminal network operating in a township outside Cape Town. Data was gathered from a court judgment following the trial....
15 Dec 2014
Peace and Security Council Report No 65 (December 2014)
The AU’s response to the situation in Burkina Faso raises important questions about early response and the role of the military. The PSC held an open session to discuss the planned deployment of 1...
03 Dec 2014
Implications of the African Union's immunity for African leaders (December 2014)
African heads of state recently adopted an amended protocol on the Statute of the African Court of Justice and Human Rights, which contains a provision that grants immunity from prosecution to...
02 Dec 2014
South African Crime Quarterly 50 (December 2014)
It is both ironic and fitting that this 50th edition of SA Crime Quarterly has a strong legal focus, since over the past few years South Africans have increasingly turned to the courts to resolve...
Complementarity and cooperation in international criminal justice (November 2014)
The international criminal justice system, although centred on the International Criminal Court (ICC), is dependent on effective domestic action, including state cooperation with the ICC. The ICC...
01 Dec 2014
Counting the covert: Using data to understand corruption in South Africa (November 2014)
This monograph investigates concerns about quantifying corruption in South Africa. There is no standardised system for classifying or analysing corruption, which makes the interpretation of...
26 Nov 2014
SADC 2014 - 2015: Are South Africa and Zimbabwe shaping the organisation? (November 2014)
This policy brief discusses the chairing of the Southern African development Community (SADC) and its key institutions by South Africa and Zimbabwe, for the duration of their tenure from 2014 to...
25 Nov 2014
Peace and Security Council Report No 64 (November 2014)
Peace and Security
The Peace and Security Council (PSC) intervened in the situation in Burkina Faso following the ousting of former president Blaise Compaoré. It gave the military regime two weeks to hand over power...
24 Nov 2014
'A Transformative Post-2015 Development Agenda' – What role for South Africa?
Followers of the discourse around international development will be aware of the important debates that took place at the UN General Assembly during September 2014. The ambitious theme of the 69th...
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