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31st July 2015 In the debate around a possible increase in the value-added tax (VAT) rate in South Africa, left wing trade unions are likely to point to the... →
30th July 2015 When one thinks of human rights in Africa, The Gambia might spring to mind as an example of a country with a domestic record of grave violations.... →
30th July 2015 There is a bizarre paradox at work in South Africa: children are either going hungry or are eating too much of the wrong foods. This means that... →
29th July 2015 Devising the rules for holding businesses responsible for the effects of their operations on human rights, which are inherent to all human beings... →
28th July 2015 The Financial Times, one of the great global journalism institutions, has been sold by the Pearson Group to the Japanese media company Nikkei. This... →
27th July 2015 South Africa’s decision to play by the global rules of free trade post 1994 put the country’s agricultural sector in a difficult position. While it... →
27th July 2015 Understanding the complex linkages between food systems, wildlife, and environmental health raises questions about the governance of epidemics in... →
27th July 2015 For some student teachers, the compulsory practical period they spend in a school before qualifying is the highlight of their degree. During this... →
24th July 2015 The state of democracy in Africa is one of the most controversial and difficult questions facing the continent today. Is Africa getting more or... →
23rd July 2015 Deforestation is now the second leading cause of global climate change. Debates on this topic often centre on the Amazon, given the high-profile... →