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23rd June 2022 South Africa’s history of discrimination, racial segregation and extralegal violence has influenced patterns of violence today. Colonial and... →
23rd June 2022 Now that Rajesh and Atul Gupta have been arrested in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), there is a great deal of speculation as to when the brothers... →
20th June 2022 Increases in the domestic price of fuel are big news in South Africa, with the price of petrol, diesel and paraffin reaching new highs. The... →
20th June 2022 People living in South Africa’s biggest city Johannesburg have been subject to pungent smells in the air similar to rotten eggs. It’s not the first... →
17th June 2022 Something important for global agriculture happened this past week but received minimal media coverage. The Chinese National Crop Variety Approval... →
17th June 2022 On the morning of Wednesday, 16 June 1976, young students from schools across Soweto set out on a march through the sprawling black township... →
14th June 2022 Concerns about rising food prices are making the headlines across the world as pressures mount in the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. The war... →
10th June 2022 Two southern African countries, South Africa and Eswatini, are undergoing important reforms. South Africa is reviewing its electoral system while... →
9th June 2022 Narrative frames are fundamental to unifying ideologies. They frame what is possible and impossible, which ideas can be accepted and which must be... →
9th June 2022 South Africa is amending its electoral law to make it fairer by enabling citizens to contest provincial and national elections without being forced... →