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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... →
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... →
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... →
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 5th April 2022 Grand corruption in Africa’s maritime sector has led to overfishing, resource scarcity and a rise in criminality, with coastal communities most... →
4th April 2022 The government has found reasons to exclude more and more categories of skilled people from the list, leaving 101 identified skills as ‘critical’... →
Unemployment is a strategic focus for BLSA and I want to build on our set of positive interventions that we can look to deliver with government
4th April 2022 I’m calling for your ideas. The unemployment figures last week showed youth unemployment is at a shocking 65.5%. We must do more to change this. I... →
4th April 2022 Once relegated to the margins of South African politics, anti-immigrant activism has gone mainstream. Several anti-immigrant groups including... →