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26th September 2022 In South Africa, immigrants are often scapegoated as the root of socio-economic problems. In the post-apartheid landscape, Black African... →
23rd September 2022 After 14 years of highly controversial amendments, South Africa’s parliament has finally approved the Traditional Courts Bill. The Bill now awaits... →
23rd September 2022 Following the recent outbreak of monkeypox in Europe and North America the international news media were accused of bias in their reporting. The... →
Why South Africa’s courts are quick to declare dishonest directors of non-profit companies delinquent
23rd September 2022 The Johannesburg High Court in South Africa recently declared a dishonest director of a non-profit company delinquent. This case shows how... →
22nd September 2022 The Covid pandemic exposed the fault lines in health systems and national routine immunisation programmes around the world. A recent World Health... →
12% of working women in South Africa are domestic workers – yet they don’t receive proper maternity leave or pay
22nd September 2022 Most of the world’s domestic workers – (76%) – are women. They mainly do housework like cleaning, washing clothes, cooking and childcare, usually... →
21st September 2022 Inflation is a global problem. At the end of August, it was 8.3% in the US and 9.1% in the Euro area. It is 20.3% in Nigeria, 25% in Malawi, and... →
21st September 2022 South Africa is surrounded by 2 798km of coastline. Yet, oddly, the country doesn’t have a coherent maritime strategy underpinned by a related... →
20th September 2022 Covid-19 has laid bare the vulnerability of the supply chain model that has dominated the way African firms have organised their production. In... →