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17th May 2019 It has become popular in South African government circles to talk of “reversing the legacies of apartheid”. These are factors which continue to... →
16th May 2019 Over the next 16 years, all of the world’s 10 fastest growing cities are going to be in Africa. If this growth is a process of people voting with... →
15th May 2019 On 27 October 1971, the parents of South African anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Timol were informed that their son had committed suicide by throwing... →
13th May 2019 The African National Congress (ANC) – like most liberation movements-turned political parties – has dominated South Africa’s politics since it came... →
10th May 2019 The African National Congress (ANC) will govern South Africa for another five years. But this sixth victory of the democratic era since 1994 was... →
7th May 2019 South Africans are about to vote in the most competitive election they’ve had since democracy began in 1994. But, despite this, the poll will have... →
6th May 2019 Since South Africa’s shift from apartheid to democracy in 1994 there have been many achievements in the education sector. These include... →
3rd May 2019 Africa buried two of its journalists in 2018. One was killed in Somalia and the other in the Central African Republic. According to a report by the... →
2nd May 2019 The South African athlete, Caster Semenya, has lost her case against the athletic governing body, IAAF, which means that she will have to take... →