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Big oil, socio-economic rights and sustainable development in Africa: Implications of SERAP vs. Federal Republic of Nigeria (ECOWAS Court) 2012
28th February 2013 As new discoveries of minerals, oil and gas spring out throughout Africa, mixed feelings of jubilation and caution fill the air. Will Africa, by... →
28th February 2013 Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan’s pulled a rabbit out of the hat once again and delivered a Budget Speech that left most fairly relieved. The... →
By: Idasa, an African Democracy Institute 28th February 2013 Most South Africans looked forward to the State of the Nation Address (SONA), with anticipation that President Jacob Zuma would provide more... →
27th February 2013 For years, low electricity costs have been a driver behind South Africa’s economic growth and our competitiveness as a nation. Now, sharply rising... →
By: Idasa, an African Democracy Institute 27th February 2013 This paper focuses on a comparison of the GNU’s of Kenya and Zimbabwe and their ability to implement reform in preparation for elections. This... →