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5th October 2021 Countries with abundant natural resources – gold, diamonds, crude oil– often fail to transform that advantage into favourable development outcomes.... →
5th October 2021 South Africans wish to see men and boys change their violent behaviour towards women and girls to stem the worsening tide of male violence against... →
4th October 2021 The Lake Chad Basin region is plagued by insecurity. In addition to the terror inflicted by Boko Haram, organised crime and kidnappings for ransom... →
Intersecting exclusions: experiences of violence and displacement among LGBTQI+ communities in Kenya
1st October 2021 Through an intersectional lens, this study delves into the nuance between LGBTQI+ experiences of violence and displacement in the Kenyan context.... →
29th September 2021 More than nine-million young South Africans are not in employment, education or training (NEET). While the implications of the July insurrection... →
13th October 2021 For most Capetonians, the load shedding crisis that has plagued our city and our country for the past 14 years has profound implications for our... →
13th October 2021 In the midst of a serious economic and social crisis in South Africa, including youth unemployment at just under 75% and endemic hunger, the State... →
13th October 2021 The Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (CoGTA), Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma has gazetted the extension of the National State... →
Swings & roundabouts: Where do children’s constitutional rights get off in the case of BE obo JE v MEC for Social Development, Western Cape?
22nd September 2021 The recent decision of the Constitutional Court in BE obo JE v MEC for Social Development, Western Cape found that the State did not owe a duty of... →
21st September 2021 Videsha Proothveerajh, CEO and Chairperson of the Board of legal technology company, LexisNexis South Africa, was named runner-up in the Inclusive... →
21st September 2021 In a recent case, Prag N.O and Another v Trustees for the time being of the Mitchell's Plain Industrial Enterprises Sectional Title Scheme Body... →
20th September 2021 There are various mechanisms to resolve disputes with SARS' Customs and Excise divisions. In this article, we consider the alternative dispute... →