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28th May 2019 The clean energy transition presents an unprecedented challenge for decision makers. Low-cost renewables, a smarter and more ﬂexible power grid,... →
Report on allegations of an irregularity in the approval of early retirement with full pension benefits
24th May 2019 The Public Protector's Report No. 24 of 2019/20 on an investigation into allegations of maladministration and impropriety in the approval of Mr... →
Electricity Access in Sub-Saharan Africa: Uptake, Reliability, and Complementary Factors for Economic Impact
23rd May 2019 Access to reliable electricity is a prerequisite for the economic transformation of economies in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), especially in a digital... →
22nd May 2019 A century ago, civilians represented approximately 10%–15% of total casualties in armed conflict. By the Second World War, this had risen to nearly... →
Data Collaboration for the Common Good: Enabling Trust and Innovation Through Public-Private Partnerships
20th May 2019 This report, done in collaboration with McKinsey and Company, represents a year-long effort with business, government, civil society leaders,... →
20th May 2019 Tens of thousands of families in the United Kingdom every year do not have enough food to live on and are turning to sources of non-state... →
17th May 2019 Beyond the Gap: How Countries Can Afford the Infrastructure They Need while Protecting the Planet aims to shift the debate regarding investment... →
16th May 2019 A Demand-side View Of Mobile Internet From 10 African Countries assesses the state of internet access and use in Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya, Rwanda,... →
16th May 2019 Electric vehicles (EVs) hold the key to unleash synergies between clean transport and low-carbon electricity. Just as future transport must be... →