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The EFF, the judiciary and the necessity to still be freedom fighters

By: Raymond Suttner     11th April 2022 The EFF thrives on outrageous statements, as in their recent attack on the judiciary as having been captured. The EFF does need our attention... 

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South Africa could achieve economic recovery, and lower emissions. Here’s how

8th April 2022 Measures adopted to control the spread of the Covid pandemic resulted in a worldwide reduction in economic activities. This benefited the... 

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Kaduna’s train attacks add to Nigeria’s deep security problems

By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies      8th April 2022 On 28 March, bandits attacked a Kaduna-bound train in central Nigeria carrying 970 passengers. At least eight people were killed, and 168 were... 

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Global momentum

By: Terence Creamer     8th April 2022 Last week I wrote that South African policymakers should not misread the energy market signals that have arisen since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.... 

Ukraine and the geopolitics of energy

By: Saliem Fakir     8th April 2022 “It takes two mirrors for the correct image of one’s self” (Diary of Patricia Highsmith, 1968). By now we are all aware of Russia’s invasion of... 

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South Africa has lifted most Covid-19 restrictions. But risks remain

7th April 2022 In early April South Africa ended most of the mandatory measures it put in place to curb the spread of SARS-CoV-2. The country terminated its... 

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South Africa’s no-fee school system can’t undo inequality

7th April 2022 A defining feature of South Africa is the level of inequality in almost all spheres of society. Nowhere is this more observable than in the... 

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The South African ship that found Antarctica’s Endurance wreck is vital for climate science

7th April 2022 It was 1914 when the English explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton set sail on his Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition aboard a ship called Endurance. It... 

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Nigeria's education system 'dire'? Grading claims in Business Day editorial

By: Africa Check     7th April 2022 To mark this year’s International Day of Education, Nigeria’s Business Day newspaper turned the spotlight on learning in the country.  In a largely... 

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South Africa has had lots of rain and most dams are full, but water crisis threat persists

6th April 2022 Most parts of South Africa, specifically its summer rainfall areas, have received above average rainfall since October 2021. This has led to an... 

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