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2nd October 2015 In the last decade there has been a renaissance in studies stressing the relevance of inequality worldwide, particularly in the aftermath of the... →
2nd October 2015 There is a new brand of educational entrepreneur emerging in Nairobi’s slums: privately owned and run schools that promise particularly poor... →
1st October 2015 The fact that the sustainable development goals have only one solitary goal for health has been criticised by many. There are concerns that it... →
1st October 2015 In the hot ideological wars South Africans wage, perhaps none is as violent to the truth as the rejigging of the Gini coefficient measuring income... →
1st October 2015 The status of languages is a political hot potato on South Africa’s university campuses. The country’s minister of higher education and training... →
1st October 2015 It is now two years since Malawi was rocked by its biggest government corruption scandal in history. The systematic looting of public coffers by... →
1st October 2015 It is often said that South Africa is the most unequal society in the world. Business and Economy Editor Andile Makholwa put a few questions to... →
1st October 2015 Democracy in South Africa has brought about many gains in health care. Free care for pregnant women and children, free primary healthcare services... →
29th September 2015 The opening up of South Africa’s universities after the end of apartheid has proved to be a double-edged sword. Enrolment figures have doubled from... →
29th September 2015 It could be said that mainstream economic research is informing the left’s long-term critique of trickle-down economics. Three extensive pieces of... →