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16th February 2021 The first duty of assuming the enormous powers of the president is to govern, and to do so by upholding the constitution. After the Zuma... →
16th February 2021 Some countries, such as Tanzania and Madagascar, have issued statements saying they do not have plans to vaccinate their populations against... →
16th February 2021 Two years after winning the historic 2018 election, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) President Félix Tshisekedi recently dismantled the... →
16th February 2021 As we try to navigate the disruption that the Covid-19 pandemic has caused to our lives and livelihoods, I listen to people talk about what they... →
Economic Pulse 2: China navigates its Covid-19 recovery – outward investment appetite and implications for developing countries
4th February 2021 This is the second report in ODI’s Economic Pulse series. Pulse 2 explores China’s international economic response as the world adapts to Covid-19.... →
3rd February 2021 The South African economy is currently on its knees, with public policymakers seized with finding solutions to bring about economic recovery. In... →
2nd February 2021 The first global assessment on the status and capacity of health information systems in 133 countries, covering 87% of the global population. It... →
2nd March 2021 The DA has today filed a complaint with the Press Ombudsman following a Sunday Times article that appeared in the newspaper yesterday (Sunday 28... →
2nd March 2021 The Democratic Alliance (DA) welcomes the finding by the Independent Review Panel that there is a prima facie case for Parliament to institute... →
2nd March 2021 The Democratic Alliance (DA) in the Northern Cape hopes that the premier, Dr Zamani Saul, will utilise tomorrow’s State of the Province Address... →
1st March 2021 The heads of churches of the South African Council of Churches (SACC) met on Thursday, 25 February 2021, and expressed alarm and concern at the... →
15th February 2021 A recent High Court judgment confirmed the importance of public dialogue and debate in a healthy democracy. It did so by, for the first time in... →
12th February 2021 A recent court judgement upheld the rights of dissenting minority shareholders in situations where a company intends to repurchase more than 5% of... →