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Flight of corporate profits poses biggest threat to South Africa's economy

Flight of corporate profits poses biggest threat to South Africa's economy

23rd June 2016 The South African Reserve Bank’s latest Quarterly Bulletin confirms that foreign corporations are milking South Africa. They are drawing away... 

What rising protests in South Africa say about attitudes towards local government

What rising protests in South Africa say about attitudes towards local government 

22nd June 2016 The euphoria of South Africa’s 2016 municipal elections is at its peak, with political parties parading their manifestos, all in competition for a... 

Who watches the watchmen? Lessons from Uganda's budget office

Who watches the watchmen? Lessons from Uganda's budget office

21st June 2016 Parliamentary budget offices are meant to be watchmen that help parliamentarians by providing them with solid budget analysis. They are supposed to... 

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South Africa's youth speak out on the high cost of finding work

South Africa's youth speak out on the high cost of finding work

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... 

Nigeria: a corrupt culture or the result of a particular history?

Nigeria: a corrupt culture or the result of a particular history?

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,... 

President Jacob Zuma

Why South Africa would do well to fire all its deputy ministers

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... 

Sub-Saharan Africa has a long way to go before it cracks food insecurity

Sub-Saharan Africa has a long way to go before it cracks food insecurity

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... 

South Africans pay the price for a poorly regulated telecoms sector

South Africans pay the price for a poorly regulated telecoms sector

20th June 2016 Telecommunications clearly facilitate economic growth and participation. As such, countries should care about competitive outcomes in this sector.... 

How investors see South Africa: lots of potential, not worth the hassle

How investors see South Africa: lots of potential, not worth the hassle

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... 

Resilience in South Africa’s urban water landscape

Resilience in South Africa’s urban water landscape

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... 

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