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Updated 4 hours ago Poverty and socio-economic disparity are among the greatest obstacles facing South Africans. About 63% of children younger than six live in... →
Updated 4 hours ago South Africans are set to go to the polls on 27 October 2021 for the country’s sixth municipal elections since the advent of democracy in 1994. The... →
22nd June 2021 The Covid-19 crisis has revived discussions on localising vaccine manufacturing to the African region to reduce the dependence on imports. The fact... →
22nd June 2021 There are growing expectations across the world for companies to show their commitment to corporate social responsibility (CSR). This is especially... →
22nd June 2021 A year ago, at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, we predicted that school closures in South Africa would result in learning losses. A loss of... →
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 22nd June 2021 An important year lies ahead for European Union (EU)-Africa relations. Three major events are lined up – the launch of the EU’s proposed new... →
By: South African Institute of International Affairs 22nd June 2021 Access to reliable sources of electricity has become the bedrock of socio-economic development in the 21st century. UN Sustainable Goal 7 also aims... →
21st June 2021 Farming and agribusiness play a crucial role in sustaining the economies of small towns and rural areas. There is a lot of evidence of this in the... →
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 21st June 2021 Zimbabwe’s infamous National Youth Service (NYS), dubbed the Border Gezi Youth Militia or Green Bombers, is set to be resuscitated ahead of the... →