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Big procurement year

By: Terence Creamer     26th January 2024 The coming year is poised to be the most active ever for the public procurement of new electricity generation capacity. Besides shepherding the... 

The value of tacit knowledge for economic success

By: Saliem Fakir     26th January 2024 Michael Polanyi, the brother of the famous Karl Polanyi (the writer of The Great Transformation), says in his book, Tacit Knowledge, that “we can... 


How does malaria impact education and gender equality? Evidence from Rwanda

By: Econ3x3      25th January 2024 The recent Covid-19 pandemic highlighted the negative socioeconomic impacts associated with disease. But malaria has impacted the health and... 

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Four global trends tailor-made to create South African jobs

25th January 2024 The Defend our Democracy-hosted nine-webinar series, led by John Matisonn, providing an innovative forum for discussion, ideas and reflections on... 


The Economy: What South Africa should learn from China, Japan, and selected high-growth African states?

25th January 2024 The Defend our Democracy hosted its second webinar of a nine-webinar series on November 18, 2023, led by John Matisonn, providing an innovative... 

The Conversation

Three South African universities have new approaches to assessing students: why this is a good thing

24th January 2024 South African higher education faces many complex challenges rooted in the legacy of apartheid. They include the fact that many students are... 

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Intelligence-led investigations can curb Ethiopia’s kidnappings

By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies      24th January 2024 Kidnapping and extortion are on the rise in Ethiopia, with cases even reported beyond the country’s borders. Ethiopian Electric Power announced in... 

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Fact-checking the ANC’s January 8th claims about progress – and what the party said in response

By: Africa Check     24th January 2024 The city of Mbombela in South Africa’s Mpumalanga province was the location for this year’s African National Congress (ANC) January 8th statement.... 

The Conversation

Why are floods in South Africa’s KwaZulu-Natal so devastating? Urban planning expert explains

23rd January 2024 The devastation caused by the recent floods in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa demonstrates again that the country is not moving fast enough to adopt... 

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South Africa’s ageing population comes with new challenges. How best to adapt to them 

23rd January 2024 Young people – under the age of 15 – currently make up 29% of South Africa’s population. But this will soon change: the aged portion of the... 

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