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Free trade area finally comes to Africa

14th June 2019 May 30 was a particularly significant day for Africa. While global trends move from integration towards heightened protectionism, African countries... 

New Bill offers robust game plan against cybercrime in South Africa

13th June 2019 A significant increase in internet access combined with a growing reliance on e-governance, commercial services, social networks, and the Internet... 

African governments can learn lessons from Asia’s industrialisation

12th June 2019 South Korea’s new ambassador to South Africa, Jong-Dae Park, offers advice on growing economies South Korea’s new ambassador to SA, Jong-Dae Park,... 


Tracking AU themes: Why the APRM should rise to the occasion

6th June 2019 Africa and its diaspora community are wrapping up the commemoration Africa Month – marking the anniversary of the creation of the Organisation of... 

Xenophobia erodes South Africa’s leadership potential

28th May 2019 President Cyril Ramaphosa’s inauguration, scheduled to coincide with Africa Day on 25 May this year, intended to highlight ‘government’s commitment... 

East Africa: Marine-based ‘blue economies’ offer massive potential

24th May 2019 Developing ocean-based resources in areas such as fisheries, aquaculture, coastal tourism, transport and ports, mining and energy, could generate... 

Notes from ’94: Remembering South Africa’s first democratic elections

29th April 2019 On the 27 April 1994 some friends and I decided to vote at a polling station in Soweto. In South Africa’s first democratic election, voters could... 

Views on South Africa’s contribution to global affairs over the last 25 years

29th April 2019 It’s been 25 years since South Africa re-joined the international community. In that period, the country has been prominent in helping craft global... 

BAPA+40: Learning from the Global South

20th March 2019 One word to describe the current state of multilateralism is ‘contested’. Within existing international institutions, like the United Nations,... 

African peer review: progress is being made, but there are problems

18th March 2019 There was great excitement and hype when the African Peer Review Mechanism was launched 16 years ago. This was because it presented an innovative... 

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