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4th April 2022 Lessons from nine wars since the early 1970s, and the Brexit vote, show that global foreign direct investment inflows generally decline during the... →
Social stratification around the NSFAS threshold: A dynamic approach to profiling the missing middle
24th March 2022 In 2018, government announced that the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) would fund all eligible post-school students whose household... →
8th February 2022 As government gears up to announce its programme for the next year, through the State of the Nation address and the Budget, it seems certain that... →
2nd December 2021 South Africa’s national budget is one of the most redistributive in the emerging markets, but our rising debt to GDP ratio threatens future... →
18th November 2021 Treasury did the best it could in this month’s Medium Term Budget Policy Statement. Half the revenue windfall was used for fiscal consolidation and... →
27th October 2021 The European Union (EU) is the second most important market for South Africa's agricultural products, accounting for 27% of the country's total... →