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25th August 2015 Stock markets all over the world followed China’s lead, plunging into the red and wiping hundreds of billions of dollars off of share values. But,... →
24th August 2015 The world’s governments are preparing to finalise the Sustainable Development Goals at the United Nations in September 2015. It is set to be a... →
21st August 2015 Next week, South African President Jacob Zuma will sit down with its chief justice for an unprecedented, potentially watershed discussion. It would... →
20th August 2015 A report on the Ebola outbreak in West Africa in early 2015 caught my attention. Being sensitive to gender issues, I was amazed that I had missed... →
19th August 2015 The decision to release South African athlete Oscar Pistorius on correctional supervision in August, having served just ten months of a five-year... →
19th August 2015 According to Energy Minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson, the South African government has entered into a nuclear energy procurement process likely to... →
18th August 2015 Around 2.5 billion people in developing countries do not have access to basic sanitation. This is the cause of some of the biggest environmental... →
18th August 2015 The murder trial of Oscar Pistorius is changing South Africa’s media ecology. It is the country’s first criminal trial to be covered fully on... →
17th August 2015 Access to information is a basic human right entrenched in the South African Constitution. Yet there are many barriers restricting or preventing... →
13th August 2015 Brazil, Russia, India and China have shown tremendous determination and co-operation on global issues in recent years. Their alliance epitomises... →