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2nd December 2015 Africa did not achieve many of the Millennium Development Goals. This was mainly because of poor governance and the inability of many governments... →
1st December 2015 South Africa has made incredible strides providing anti-retroviral treatment to millions of people since 2004. HIV has been transformed from a grim... →
1st December 2015 Foundation essay: This article is part of a series marking World Aids Day. Our foundation essays are longer than usual and take a wider look at key... →
1st December 2015 The million-dollar question at the heart of the proposed introduction of a national minimum wage in South Africa is its potential impact on the... →
30th November 2015 As the Paris 2015 climate talks get under way, the fear is growing that this international conference will be reduced to a simple list of good... →
30th November 2015 South Africa recently took over as chair of the Open Government Partnership. This represents an important opportunity for the country, and Africa.... →
30th November 2015 It seems almost certain that South Africa’s universities cannot return to “business as usual” after the student protests that marked 2015. Some... →
30th November 2015 Muhammadu Buhari’s inauguration as Nigeria’s president presents new opportunities for reinvigorating relations between Nigeria and South Africa,... →
27th November 2015 Protest movements are manifestos of a sort. Like manifestos, both political and aesthetic, they usually aim to create the support they need by... →
27th November 2015 There has been a rapid decline in the costs of solar and wind power, to such an extent that both technologies are now cheaper than nuclear or coal.... →