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5 xenophobic myths about immigrants in South Africa debunked by researchers

26th September 2022 In South Africa, immigrants are often scapegoated as the root of socio-economic problems. In the post-apartheid landscape, Black African... 

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South Africa has a new traditional courts bill. But it doesn’t protect indigenous practices

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... 

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African newspapers can be anti-African too: what my research found

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... 

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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... 

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Covid pandemic created immunisation gaps in Africa. Over half a million children are at risk

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... 

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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... 

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Three reasons why the US Federal Reserve Bank holds the world in its hands

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... 

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South Africa is surrounded by sea but doesn’t have a plan to protect it: three steps to get one

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... 

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African ubuntu can deepen how research is done

21st September 2022 Many academic studies have been centred on Western theories and methodologies for a long time. This approach to research is broadly defined as... 

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Supply chain management in Africa needs a rethink – Covid changed everything, or did it?

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... 

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