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29th May 2020 Peacekeeping may be entering a period of major change. Over the past four years, there has been a steady decline in the number of peacekeepers... →
29th May 2020 The South African National Defence Force is not suited for internal deployment, particularly where it must fight “an invisible enemy” such as the... →
28th May 2020 Africa remains one of the regions least affected by COVID-19, although evidence suggests it is an evolving and growing pandemic. It is now present... →
28th May 2020 There is intense pressure on the South African government to lift the lockdown and open the economy. Sustainably lifting out of the lockdown is... →
27th May 2020 The African Continental Free Trade Area was launched two years ago at an African Union (AU) summit in Kigali. It was scheduled to be implemented... →
27th May 2020 Tom Thabane (81), the embattled veteran Lesotho politician, has finally bowed to pressure to resign as the Prime Minister of the politically... →
26th May 2020 South Africa’s economy has consistently been a two-speed economy. It has one of the highest inequality rates in the world, characterised by gaps in... →
25th May 2020 The traditional leadership and redeemer posture of Nigeria in Africa has, in recent years, been put into question. Issues like corruption and... →
22nd May 2020 With ageing come many benefits, including freedom, wisdom, perspective, and – in many cultures – respect. Unfortunately, the downside is that... →
22nd May 2020 The COVID-19 pandemic could be the catalyst for action to address the consequences of inequalities in South Africa’s education system. This is... →