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Gender inequality is forcing African women to face the storm
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 7th December 2022 Women are disproportionately impacted by climate change due to gender inequalities and gender roles and responsibilities. They are 14 times more... →
More South Africans are smoking - higher taxes and stronger law enforcement are needed
6th December 2022 Tobacco use imposes a significant health and economic burden on countries. Research estimates that the cost of smoking in South Africa amounted to... →
What does a wounded ANC mean for South Africa’s prospects?
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 6th December 2022 Much ink will be spilt and tweets posted about the future of South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa, his governing African National Congress... →
Race and private sector ownership in South Africa: three viral claims investigated
6th December 2022 A viral tweet posted in October 2022 has some surprising figures about race and who owns what in South Africa’s private economic sector. It... →
Talking about a Devolution: Getting Passenger Rail Back on Track
6th December 2022 When Statistics South Africa conducted its National Household Travel Survey in 2013, more than 10% of Western Cape households surveyed reported... →
Hosting the World Cup: what Qatar can learn from South Africa about nation branding
5th December 2022 The eyes of the world are focused on Qatar for the 2022 edition of the men’s Fifa World Cup – the globe’s largest single-sport event. Qatar was a... →
Street food keeps Johannesburg going - but working conditions of vendors are unhealthy
5th December 2022 Informal vendors are a common feature in urban areas. Also known as street vendors, they sell products or provide services on a public road, in a... →
Corruption in South Africa: new book lifts the lid on who profits - and their corporate enablers
5th December 2022 The new book The Unaccountables: The Powerful Politicians and Corporations who Profit from Impunity is welcome for the way it contextualises... →
What it will take to prevent SA’s gender-based violence
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 5th December 2022 The annual campaign of 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence that kicked off on 25 November will temporarily sustain the focus on South... →
São Tomé and Príncipe’s hidden turbulence
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 5th December 2022 São Tomé and Príncipe, the archipelagic island state just off the coast of Gabon, is regarded as a beacon of democracy in Africa. It consistently... →