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How the South African government can boost its credibility in the agricultural sector

6th September 2021 Governments can build credibility over time through consistent commitment to implementing policies efficiently and effectively. South Africa hasn’t... 

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Diagnoses of doom mask denial about real problems facing South Africa

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.... 

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South African health experts have identified a new lineage of SARS-CoV-2: what’s known so far

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... 

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Postponing South Africa’s local elections: what the Constitutional Court must decide

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... 

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South Africa is due to get a new chief justice: what it takes to do the job well

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... 

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Crime statistics show South Africa’s lockdown ‘crime holiday’ is over

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... 

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In conversation with South Africa’s central bank governor Lesetja Kganyago

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... 

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South Africa’s new Speaker of parliament has sparked controversy – for good reason

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... 

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Kenyan judges stop president’s reforms as attempt to ‘dismember’ the constitution

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.... 

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Mali’s roadmap for lasting peace has laudable goals: but it doesn’t go far enough

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... 

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