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1st December 2022 While the world has focused on the Covid pandemic for nearly three years, less and less attention is being paid to HIV. However, HIV is still a... →
1st December 2022 In October, South African president Cyril Ramaphosa and his cabinet committed to a range of reforms to the country’s intelligence services. He... →
Janusz Walus and parole for prisoners serving life sentences in South Africa: the weaknesses of the court’s decision
1st December 2022 The murder of Chris Hani, a South African liberation struggle hero, by Janusz Walus on 10 April 1993 almost derailed the country’s transition from... →
Violence against women is staggeringly high in South Africa - a different way of thinking about it is needed
30th November 2022 South Africa has notoriously high levels of violence against women. The latest police figures show that 10 818 rape cases were reported in the... →
30th November 2022 In 2014 the United Nations set an ambitious goal: to end the AIDS pandemic by the year 2030. There have been significant advances in HIV treatment... →
29th November 2022 At 89 years old, one of the oldest leaders in the world, President Paul Biya of Cameroon has marked 40 years as head of state. He assumed office in... →
29th November 2022 Martha Karua, the running mate of Raila Odinga, the losing candidate in Kenya’s 2022 presidential election, continues to dispute William Ruto’s... →
28th November 2022 South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa faces possible impeachment in the country’s parliament over the illegal stashing of thousands of US... →
28th November 2022 South Africa’s land reform policy remains highly contested. But, in our view, a number of persistent myths about farmland statistics and the... →
Simon Nkoli’s fight for queer rights in South Africa is finally being celebrated – 24 years after he died
25th November 2022 Born in 1957, Simon Tseko Nkoli had just turned 41 when he died, in 1998, of an AIDS-related illness. In his short life, the South African activist... →