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18th April 2019 Poor people in South Africa often feel that the only way they can be heard is to protest. The past few days have shown that not even this gets them... →
17th April 2019 South Africa’s election season is underway. But current debates are stuck in a time warp. The country needs to look beyond the familiar nostrums... →
12th April 2019 The reign of Omar al-Bashir is over. His 30 years of rule are finally at an end. Like previous Sudanese leaders, he was finally toppled by the... →
11th April 2019 The latest research into the voting preferences of South Africans finds that trust in the country’s president is the single most important... →
11th April 2019 South Africa has adopted a new policy to drive science, technology and innovation. The last White Paper on the subject was issued in 1996 and had... →
10th April 2019 By some measures – healthy life expectancy, obesity and depression, among others – South Africa is the unhealthiest country on earth. That’s a... →
9th April 2019 The first ever conference of women foreign ministers took place in Canada last year. Ministers from 17 countries, including Ghana, Kenya, Namibia,... →
4th April 2019 Quoting the words of one local missionary, the Time magazine cover of May 1994 reads: There are no devils left in Hell, They are all in Rwanda. →
3rd April 2019 South Africa has a jobs crisis. In the fourth quarter of 2018, 6.14-million people were out of work, an unemployment rate of 27.1%, which is one of... →
2nd April 2019 How do we know whether women are achieving equitable levels of political representation? For many years, scholars have focused on women’s... →