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28th June 2023 The brief rebellion led against the Kremlin by the head of the Wagner mercenary forces in Russia last week sent shock waves across the world. This... →
28th June 2023 South Africa has experienced outbreaks of cholera since January. The worst was in May in Hammanskraal, north of Pretoria, where nearly 30 people... →
27th June 2023 Two weeks ago, Minister in the Presidency, Khumbudzo Ntshavheni, said we should all draw inspiration from the fact that the economy had grown at an... →
27th June 2023 The credit rating industry in Africa is dominated by the three international agencies: Moody’s, S&P and Fitch. Together they control an estimated... →
By: South African Institute of International Affairs 27th June 2023 Africa’s absence constrained its ability to provide views on major global economic issues at the G20 summits as well as ministerial and technical... →
26th June 2023 South Africa’s most recent unemployment figures paint a gloomy picture. Our unemployment rate is now a staggering 32,9%, which is among the highest... →
920-million people could face conflict over the world’s rivers by 2050: what our study found in Africa
26th June 2023 The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam project on the Nile River started operating in February 2022. It reinforced tensions between Ethiopia, Sudan... →
26th June 2023 Every day seems to bring a new headline about a devastating climate event. African countries aren’t spared. A “rain bomb” in South Africa. Flooding... →