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12th November 2021 The issue of land, especially its redistribution, remains contentious in South Africa 27 years after the formal end of apartheid. Land... →
11th November 2021 Few recent historical figures in South Africa provoke more divergent views than Frederik Willem (FW) de Klerk. He was president of the country from... →
11th November 2021 South Africa’s department of mineral resources and energy recently announced its choice of companies to build and operate a new “batch” of... →
10th November 2021 At the 2021 UN climate change conference in Glasgow, moving between the corporate slickness of the official “Blue Zone” (a UN-managed space which... →
8th November 2021 Many low and middle-income countries face a myriad of challenges. But policies that can address them are few and far between. The challenges... →
5th November 2021 South Africa’s historic 2021 local elections have highlighted a deep hole in its party politics – the governing party is in decline, but most... →
5th November 2021 South Africa’s 2021 local government elections were momentous. They mark the first time that the now ruling party and erstwhile liberation... →
3rd November 2021 South Africans are facing another round of power cuts despite promises from South Africa’s power utility, Eskom, that it would keep the lights on.... →
29th October 2021 Though a ritual, elections yield new insights about the state of the citizenry and the political elite. Life changes, either for the better or... →
28th October 2021 The lack of vaccine production capacity in African countries has been the subject of much concern and hand-wringing in the wake of the Covid-19... →