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By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 1st September 2022 Transnational crimes such as terrorism and organised crime plague East Africa and the Horn and Nile Valley regions. Between 2019 and 2021, the... →
The murder of Abahlali’s Lindokuhle Mnguni is part of a broader attack on our constitutional order that must be repelled
1st September 2022 Professor Raymond Suttner unpacks his column 'The murder of Abahlali’s Lindokuhle Mnguni is part of a broader attack on our constitutional order... →
31st August 2022 This year’s Women’s Day marked 66 years since more than 20 000 brave women marched on the Union Buildings against the pass laws. Since then, every... →
31st August 2022 A political storm has erupted in South Africa after a video went viral showing the health minister for the Limpopo province – which borders... →
31st August 2022 One of the greatest benefits of South Africa’s democracy is freedom of speech and publication. Mpumelelo Mkhabela’s book, The Enemy Within, is the... →
31st August 2022 Countries in southern Africa are under a crushing burden brought about by a confluence of factors. These include the unprecedented growth in the... →
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 31st August 2022 Africa’s growing strategic value to global powers has been reinforced by international tensions and economic volatility spurred on by Russia’s... →
30th August 2022 South African indigenous languages are among those at risk of a serious decline due to the increasing use of digital technologies. By some... →
30th August 2022 A professional, efficient and effective public service is key to a government’s ability to deliver on its mandate. That’s why South Africa’s... →