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30th May 2023 Tobacco use imposes a large health and economic burden worldwide. Research estimates that, in 2019, about 8-million deaths were attributable to... →
Managing the emerging risks of a turbulent global and local climate should be a top priority for SA businesses
30th May 2023 The past three years have seen many South African industries buckle under the mounting pressures ushered in by a ‘black swan’ series of events. As... →
The world should look to small businesses as the solution to sustainable growth and development in Africa
30th May 2023 Several economic analysts and financial sector experts have identified Africa as the next frontier for growth and development. Currently, the... →
29th May 2023 Since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in February 2022 South Africa has proclaimed a policy of non-alignment in that conflict. This position was... →
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 29th May 2023 Zimbabwe is once again trying to engage its creditors Bretton Woods institutions and the Paris Club, in negotiating a reprieve around its debt... →
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 26th May 2023 Last week Lesotho’s government imposed a nationwide curfew after the murder of courageous investigative journalist Ralikonelo Joki and the rising... →
26th May 2023 In the verdant heartland of South Africa, a jarring paradox of two opposing food systems manifests - one burgeoning with excess, privilege, and... →