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7th October 2021 The parliament of South Africa’s oversight committee on intelligence recently tabled its 2019/2020 annual report. The engrossing and depressing... →
5th October 2021 Every few years, it is devastating to watch the same tragedy: a weather cycle that brings debilitating drought and hunger to East Africa,... →
5th October 2021 Countries with abundant natural resources – gold, diamonds, crude oil– often fail to transform that advantage into favourable development outcomes.... →
5th October 2021 South Africans wish to see men and boys change their violent behaviour towards women and girls to stem the worsening tide of male violence against... →
30th September 2021 The COVID-19 pandemic has deepened global inequities. The world’s poor have bore the brunt of national lockdowns and will struggle to recover and... →
28th September 2021 South Africa’s daily rate of new infections has been on a steady decline for some time. But, truth be told, a fourth wave is probably just on the... →
27th September 2021 Earlier this year the UK introduced a “traffic light” system in yet another attempt to contain and mitigate the effects of Covid-19. The system... →
23rd September 2021 South Africa’s Robben Island Museum is an institution limping though a pandemic, and weighed down by its roller coaster history. In our book,... →
23rd September 2021 Deaf rights to language, expression, literacy and education have been marginalised throughout history. And signed languages have taken second place... →
21st September 2021 Most South African parents and learners are familiar with the school practice of rewarding learners for academic achievement visibly, tangibly and... →