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20th September 2016 South Africa’s Minister of Higher Education and Training Dr Blade Nzimande has announced it is up to the country’s universities to... →
19th September 2016 South Africa’s cabinet has become dysfunctional. This highest executive body charged with managing the state’s daily affairs has 35 members. The... →
19th September 2016 South Africa’s Parliamentary Budget Office is a largely unknown but important institution. It was established in 2009 to provide technically... →
16th September 2016 The fundamental problem confronting South Africa today is a political culture that is defective and out of kilter with the needs of the majority of... →
15th September 2016 Two BRICS member countries, India and South Africa, have recently experienced rather unedifying episodes related to the leadership of their central... →
14th September 2016 Spatial planning from the apartheid era is coming back to haunt South Africa’s formerly black universities. More than 22 years since the country’s... →
14th September 2016 South Africa is grappling with the possibility of a sovereign downgrade by global credit rating agencies. This will bring unnecessary economic... →
13th September 2016 The 12th World Social Forum (WSF) was held in Montreal, Canada, in August 2016, bringing together 35,000 activists from social movements around the... →
12th September 2016 Crime rate comparisons between countries are fraught with challenges and should be understood as broad indications rather than accurate... →
12th September 2016 Business decision makers in South Africa may be surprised to learn that the economy will continue to exclude millions of people until they have a... →