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13th June 2016 On Saturday June 4 2016 the United States embassy in Pretoria issued a warning to its citizens in South Africa that there was a heightened threat... →
10th June 2016 The Chief Operating Officer of the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC), Hlaudi Motsoeneng, announced early in May 2016 that 80% of all... →
9th June 2016 Universities are any nation’s key public institutions of knowledge development. They drive research, teach students and supervise postgraduates. By... →
7th June 2016 The sentencing in Senegal of the former Chadian dictator Hissène Habré, to life in prison, was a landmark judgment in African – and potentially... →
6th June 2016 Over the past 20 years many African countries have made tremendous strides in reforming their budget processes. The aim has been to increase both... →
3rd June 2016 With local government elections coming up in August 2016, South Africa’s biggest political parties recently launched their manifestos at mass... →
3rd June 2016 This year’s Africa Day message from African Union Commission chairperson Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma affirms the organisation’s commitment to political... →
2nd June 2016 Although it’s problematic to generalise about a large, diverse place it’s fair to say that Africa is fast emerging as a consumer continent. It is... →
2nd June 2016 In February 2016, the conservative American magazine the Weekly Standard had as its cover an image of Republican presidential candidate Donald... →
1st June 2016 What is going wrong in South Africa’s land reform programme, and how can its failings be addressed? In 22 years land reform has barely altered the... →