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8th August 2022 South Africa is in the throes of an unprecedented, multifaceted socio-economic crisis requiring substantive, impactful policy interventions. Yet,... →
5th August 2022 Rape in South Africa is systemic and endemic. The country’s annual police crime statistics confirm this. There were 42 289 rapes reported in... →
4th August 2022 Illegal and unregulated artisanal gold mining on the Witwatersrand Basin, located south of South Africa’s Gauteng province, is an increasing threat... →
4th August 2022 South Africans gave a warm welcome to President Cyril Ramaphosa’s recent announcement about a “set of actions” to respond to the energy crisis in... →
4th August 2022 South African president Cyril Ramaphosa recently outlined plans to solve the country’s devastating electricity supply crisis. But he didn’t mention... →
3rd August 2022 From the fourth year of schooling, the majority of South African schools teach all subjects in English only. The devastating learning consequences... →
2nd August 2022 Water is at the heart of health and well-being for people and nature. Access to it is a human rights issue recognised by international treaties and... →
1st August 2022 Former South African president Thabo Mbeki recently painted a gloomy picture of the country and its prospects. He said the governing African... →
1st August 2022 South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa recently announced an action plan to address the country’s growing energy crisis. It included relaxing the... →
29th July 2022 While South Africa has been preoccupied with rolling electricity blackouts, security of liquid fuels supply has been overlooked even though – by my... →