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South African Institute of International Affairs
Role of the Youth in APRM’s quest for good governance, development and democracy
By: South African Institute of International Affairs 10th January 2018 The revitalisation of the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) is evidence of African governments’ renewed commitment to strengthening good... →
The good, the bad and the ugly: an economic review of Zuma’s presidency
By: South African Institute of International Affairs 15th December 2017 President Jacob Zuma became ANC president and later president of South Africa when the full impact of the 2008 global financial crisis hit. We... →
Where next for the APRM as the AU transforms?
By: South African Institute of International Affairs 13th December 2017 As institutions mature, they should take stock to gear themselves for the future. Led by Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame, a process is under way at... →
Africa-Europe migration: 5 ways to find common ground
By: South African Institute of International Affairs 6th December 2017 Youth and migration will be central to discussions between African and European heads of state at the upcoming AU-EU Summit from 28 to 29 November... →
From our archives: dismantling Zimbabwe’s 'deep state’
By: South African Institute of International Affairs 16th November 2017 Are current developments in Zimbabwe unearthing the country's 'deep state'? Our analysis from 2016 has relevance today as events unfold: The... →
Kenya: counting the cost of political brinkmanship
By: South African Institute of International Affairs 8th November 2017 As the dust settles on Kenya’s divisive repeat elections, there is an understandable urge to move forward, to return to a sense of normalcy. Kenya... →
Urban solutions to Africa’s problems
3rd November 2017 ‘Better city, better life’ is the United Nations' (UN's) World Cities Day, which falls on October 31 each year. This year’s theme, ‘innovative... →
Walking an even tighter rope: a mid-term budget review
By: South African Institute of International Affairs 30th October 2017 Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba was unambiguous on Wednesday when he outlined the current dismal state of the South African economy during his... →
Beyond the numbers: measuring South-South Cooperation
By: South African Institute of International Affairs 25th October 2017 Do concepts and definitions matter when the work is already under way? Delegates grappled with this question at a recent symposium in Buenos Aires,... →
Financing infrastructure to reignite South Africa’s growth
By: South African Institute of International Affairs 19th October 2017 As South Africa’s Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba prepares for his inaugural Medium-Term Budget Policy Statement on 25 October, one issue will weigh... →