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South Africa’s electricity crisis: a series of failures over 30 years have left a dim legacy

19th April 2024 In 1994, apartheid ended and the African National Congress (ANC) won South Africa’s first ever democratic elections, promising “Electricity for... 

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Mixed outlook

By: Terence Creamer     19th April 2024 The recent period of decreased loadshedding has been met with tremendous scepticism by a South African public who have been burnt more times over... 

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How to end hunger in sub-Saharan Africa: fight inequality, gender imbalances and climate change

18th April 2024 A greater part of Africa’s population can’t afford a healthy diet than any other regional population. Food insecurity in sub-Saharan Africa is... 

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Can dialogue rescue South Sudan from a perpetual transition?

By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies      18th April 2024 As in 2022, elections could again be postponed. What should the proposed dialogue do differently to break the cycle? The feasibility of South... 

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Escalation of Middle East hostilities will have ripple effects for Africa

By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies      17th April 2024 Africa could be drawn into proxy battles that have domino effects on security, foreign investment and trade relationships. This weekend’s events in... 

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State House ‘asking for a bigger budget than all of Kenya’s 47 counties’? Veteran politician Martha Karua’s numbers fall short

By: Africa Check     17th April 2024 Experienced Kenyan lawmaker Martha Karua was recently the first guest on a video podcast hosted by another veteran politician, former minister... 

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FUL March Newsletter – Major events relating to the judiciary and the rule of law

17th April 2024 This briefing note seeks to provide a short overview of significant events in the preceding month, relating to Freedom Under Law’s work on the... 

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South Africa’s Constitutional Court at 30: a solid foundation but cracks are showing

16th April 2024 South Africa’s Constitutional Court stands out as one of the few government institutions that have protected and advanced the constitutional vision... 

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Somalia’s EAC contribution depends on cutting organised crime

By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies      16th April 2024 East African Community member states must support Somalia’s efforts to curb destabilising criminal markets. On 15 December 2023, Somalia took a... 

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Ramaphosa tries to patch up relations with Rwanda

By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies      16th April 2024 Has South Africa’s leader been advised to put on hold the Southern African Development Community mission in east DRC? Could South African President... 

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