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10th November 2020 Ethiopia’s government, under Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, is carrying out a military offensive in Tigray, Ethiopia’s most northern state. A six month... →
10th November 2020 South Africa’s medium-term budget is supposed to provide an indication of how public finances will be managed over the next three years, but in the... →
9th November 2020 Protests and social mobilisation are the lifeblood of democracy. They enable the discontent of citizens to be communicated to political elites... →
4th November 2020 Polio is a highly infectious disease. It’s caused by a virus that enters the body through the mouth. The virus then multiplies in the intestine and... →
3rd November 2020 The link between climate change and migration has gained both academic and public interest in recent years. Many studies have found that... →
3rd November 2020 Xenophobia is a serious problem in South Africa. Cross-border migrants, refugees and asylum seekers in the country face harassment and... →
2nd November 2020 If South Africans fear that funding political parties is a waste of money, they may care to think about the costs of not funding them. But, if they... →
29th October 2020 The social and economic crisis generated by the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated South Africa’s fiscal crisis. But the origins of the fiscal... →
29th October 2020 Over the past two decades various African National Congress (ANC) administrations in South Africa have sought to redistribute income to the poor... →
27th October 2020 Trade routes have been significantly disrupted this year in efforts to contain COVID-19. The effects of this are already showing: global growth is... →