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6th September 2021 Governments can build credibility over time through consistent commitment to implementing policies efficiently and effectively. South Africa hasn’t... →
2nd September 2021 To understand South Africa today, we need to recognise that people can focus endlessly on a country’s problems but still live in a state of denial.... →
1st September 2021 As a team of South African researchers we have identified a new lineage of SARS-CoV-2, the virus causing Covid-19. A lineage represents a... →
1st September 2021 The Covid-19 pandemic has affected the way elections are conducted across the world. South Africa, too, is faced with an unprecedented situation of... →
31st August 2021 South Africa’s Constitutional Court has been a beacon of light during a decade-long period of political uncertainty and turmoil. Most recently, the... →
30th August 2021 The double-digit increases in South Africa’s recently released quarterly crime statistics are eye-watering, but they do not mean crime is spinning... →
27th August 2021 The South African Reserve Bank is critical in formulating and implementing monetary policy and ensuring financial stability in the country. In this... →
26th August 2021 On Thursday 19 August the members of South Africa’s National Assembly convened physically for the first time in a while. They met in several... →
25th August 2021 The Court of Appeal of Kenya has upheld the High Court’s ruling that attempts to overhaul the country’s constitution violated its basic structures.... →
25th August 2021 Prior to the military coup in 2012, Mali was praised for its transition to democracy in West Africa. That is no longer the case. Malians are caught... →