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21st June 2016 The voices of the youth are often neglected in discussions about the problems they encounter in finding work. Unemployment is one of the biggest... →
20th June 2016 Just before the anti-corruption summit in London, British Prime Minister David Cameron made his now infamous public gaffe in a rather a silly,... →
20th June 2016 The South African government recently outlined several measures to cut its running cost. This includes a R7 billion reduction in the public sector... →
20th June 2016 The richer and more developed countries become, the less likely they are to be food insecure. Governments in rapidly growing economies have more... →
20th June 2016 Telecommunications clearly facilitate economic growth and participation. As such, countries should care about competitive outcomes in this sector.... →
17th June 2016 South Africa has narrowly survived a downgrade of the rating of its government bonds. The reprieve, however, is temporary because government has... →
15th June 2016 Resilience is becoming a core concept in water governance. It refers to the ability of communities, cities or regions to withstand the challenges... →
14th June 2016 June days in South Africa can be dark, cold and short. The sun rises late and sets early. Highland frosts feel their way through blades of... →
14th June 2016 South Africa’s agribusinesses will find themselves at the back of the queue for water in future. The demands for water for urbanisation and... →
13th June 2016 Genomic research has proven to be a considerably valuable tool in global attempts to tackle disease. One crucial part of this research has been... →