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27th May 2022 Media headlines often make it seem as if peacekeeping is not going well; they tend to highlight violence, displacement and abuse. The quantitative... →
25th May 2022 This year’s celebration of Africa Day provides another opportunity to assess how far continental integration has progressed. Integration would mean... →
25th May 2022 Since 2017, the African Union (AU) has undergone institutional reforms to increase its efficiency and effectiveness. The gist of these reforms was... →
20th May 2022 In light of the approaching winter months combined with the recent lifting of the national disaster act, South Africans have anxiously been... →
19th May 2022 Confirmed cases of SARS-CoV-2 have been increasing in South Africa in recent weeks. This has been largely driven by two offspring – known as the... →
18th May 2022 Inflation is a process of sustained increases in the general price level over a period of time, typically 12 months. Inflation can be calculated... →
17th May 2022 South Africa’s judicial commission into state capture, known as the Zondo Commission, recently handed over the fourth part of its voluminous and... →
12th May 2022 Far from being swift, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine now looks likely to become a long-running war of attrition. It will therefore have an... →
12th May 2022 A notable consequence of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has been the near-complete breakdown of what was already a deeply fraught relationship among... →
11th May 2022 The history of vaccine manufacturing capacity in Africa dates back to 1881, when Egypt’s Vacsera company was established. Before the Covid pandemic... →