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SMMEs Can Alleviate SA’s Jobs Crisis. But They Need Some Help

SMMEs Can Alleviate SA’s Jobs Crisis. But They Need Some Help

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... 

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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... 

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Five questions for African countries that want to build climate-resilient health systems

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... 

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Journalism on trial in Africa: fortitude and fake news

By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies      26th June 2023 The world of journalism has been somewhat emboldened since 7 June when judges in a South African High Court threw out a private prosecution brought... 

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Cities are central to our future – they have the power to make, or break, society’s advances

23rd June 2023 We live in tumultuous times. In the space of just a few years, we have witnessed a surge in populist politics across the world, a global pandemic,... 

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African peace mission: one step forward, one step back?

By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies      23rd June 2023 Africa’s Ukraine-Russia peace mission represents a significant milestone for the continent. It is the first time African states have taken the lead... 

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Avoiding the worst-case scenario in Senegal

By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies      23rd June 2023 President Macky Sall’s upcoming address to Senegalese citizens will be critical to easing deep-seated political tensions that have thrown the... 

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Explaining is losing

By: Terence Creamer     23rd June 2023 The hackneyed political phrase ‘if you're explaining, you're losing’, probably best describes the predicament in which the South African government... 

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Rwanda: Paul Kagame is a dictator who clings to power but it’s not just for his own gain

22nd June 2023 Rwanda’s president Paul Kagame recently said he was looking forward to his retirement after 23 years in power. Speaking to the press in April 2023,... 

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Sign language is set to become official in South Africa - how this will help education in schools for the Deaf

22nd June 2023 South African Sign Language is set to become the country’s 12th official language. Parliament approved a constitutional amendment in a bid to... 

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