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30th March 2016 This article is a foundation essay. These are longer than usual and take a wider look at a key issue affecting society. On March 11 2016 Angola’s... →
30th March 2016 South Africa has very high unemployment levels. Part of the reason for this is that there has been a disconnect between the growth in employment... →
29th March 2016 South African society’s conflict with a mainstay of the country’s corporate economy – resource extraction – is permanently on display in the... →
24th March 2016 Bilateral investment treaties have been a source of political controversy in recent years. This is clear from the alarming increase in the number... →
23rd March 2016 Even that family, if people feel it has to be brought to book, structures must do that, the officials must call them and talk to them and give them... →
17th March 2016 South Africa’s political landscape is shifting almost by the hour. The gloves are off in a power struggle that pits President Jacob Zuma against a... →
16th March 2016 Education can and should change people’s lives. Education systems ought to operate with the public good in mind. But for many South Africans, this... →
15th March 2016 Hundreds of people were murdered in my home town during three bloody days in December 2015. They were victims of what’s come to be called the Zaria... →
15th March 2016 South Africa has made domestic and international commitments to climate change mitigation. But the country continues to depend on coal-fired power... →
14th March 2016 Hundreds of people were murdered in my home town during three bloody days in December 2015. They were victims of what’s come to be called the Zaria... →