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27th October 2021 This week the head of Sudan’s Sovereign Council, General Abdel Fattah El Burhan, declared the dissolution of the transitional council, which has... →
Critical role lies ahead for South Africa’s new chief justice in light of predecessor’s mixed legacy
20th October 2021 Most African constitutions of the past 30 years, led by an independent Namibia in 1990 and strongly endorsed by South Africa in 1994, have... →
18th October 2021 The 26th session of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change Conference of the Parties, popularly known as COP26, is happening at... →
18th October 2021 Local economic development and better municipal service delivery are vital if South Africa wants to broaden economic participation and reverse its... →
18th October 2021 Days before his death in July, the African National Congress (ANC) mayor of Johannesburg, Geoff Makhubo, wrote an article responding to critics of... →
15th October 2021 Despite gains made in the first 15 years of democracy, 55.5% of South Africans lived below the poverty line as of 2015. Coupled with the impact of... →
14th October 2021 The United Nations recognises mediation as one of the most effective methods of preventing, managing and above all, resolving conflicts. The UN... →
8th October 2021 The World Health Organization has announced a historic move: it has recommended the widespread use of the first ever malaria vaccine. The... →
8th October 2021 The Covid-19 pandemic is continuing to disrupt societies. In South Africa it has caused millions to lose jobs and incomes. At the same time food... →
8th October 2021 There is a long list of existing global crises made worse by the Covid-19 pandemic, including poverty and inequality. Another is food insecurity.... →