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2nd August 2021 With rising cases of the Delta variant of the SARS-CoV-2 virus in Nigeria, there is heightened concern about how well the country is prepared to... →
29th July 2021 When the United Nations started framing its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in 2012 – a shared blueprint for working towards global peace and... →
29th July 2021 Migration is increasingly recognised as a determinant of health. Research shows that, in many cases, cross-border migrants arriving in new... →
27th July 2021 In a show of force unprecedented since South Africa became a democracy in 1994, the South African National Defence Force has commissioned 25,000... →
26th July 2021 Since its emergence in late 2019, SARS-CoV-2 has caused illness (Covid-19) and death in all countries in the world. The restrictions put in place... →
23rd July 2021 From time to time, South Africa is rudely reminded that its past continues to make its present and future difficult. It does not always recognise... →
16th July 2021 The looting of businesses, shopping centres and warehouses in South Africa over the past week, particularly in the KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng... →
15th July 2021 The mayhem of the last few days is a reminder of the danger that South Africa continues to live with, as well as an indication of the disfigurement... →
15th July 2021 The spate of violence that’s engulfed South Africa shows that not all citizens have internalised constitutional democracy and the rule of law as... →
14th July 2021 When South Africa’s president, Cyril Ramaphosa, addressed the nation on July 12 amid violence and destruction of property in parts of KwaZulu-Natal... →