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no responses. 01/02/2019 Zuko

The Zimbabwean predicament – it’s the people stupid!


The Zimbabwean predicament – it’s the people stupid!

By Ndumiso Hadebe  The popular phrase, “It’s the economy, stupid!” was coined by Bill Clinton’s […]

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no responses. 29/01/2019 Natasha

South African diplomacy on Zimbabwe can remain quiet — but it must get tough


South African diplomacy on Zimbabwe can remain quiet — but it must get tough

By: Roger Southall, University of the Witwatersrand South Africa’s President Cyril Rampahosa, right, must get […]

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no responses. 28/01/2019 Zuko

Unpacking the issue of Party political funding


Unpacking the issue of Party political funding

By Khaya Sithole If last week is to be remembered in South African political history […]

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no responses. 27/11/2018 Natasha

Promise of right to housing remains elusive in democratic South Africa


Promise of right to housing remains elusive in democratic South Africa

By: Soraya Beukes, University of the Western Cape   The fight for decent housing in […]

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no responses. 30/10/2018 Natasha

Girls in West Africa offered into sexual slavery as ‘wives of gods’


Girls in West Africa offered into sexual slavery as ‘wives of gods’

By: Wisdom Mensah, University of West Florida In certain communities in Benin, Togo and Ghana, […]

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no responses. 16/10/2018 Natasha

African countries’ policies must shift to achieve zero hunger


African countries’ policies must shift to achieve zero hunger

By: Sheryl L Hendriks, University of Pretoria; Elizabeth Mkandawire, University of Pretoria, and Nosipho Mabuza, […]

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no responses. 04/10/2018 Natasha

Threats to media freedom in Africa: some old methods and some new


Threats to media freedom in Africa: some old methods and some new

By: George Ogola, University of Central Lancashire The push to tax social media users is […]

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no responses. 02/10/2018 Natasha

Victim surveys show that crime in South Africa may be dropping, yet fear is rising


Victim surveys show that crime in South Africa may be dropping, yet fear is rising

By: Andrew Faull, University of Cape Town There’s been a decline in many crimes in […]

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no responses. 18/09/2018 Natasha

Why inquiry into corruption in South Africa needs to act with urgency


Why inquiry into corruption in South Africa needs to act with urgency

By: Richard Calland, University of Cape Town Deputy chief justice Raymond Zondo is heading up […]

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no responses. 11/09/2018 Natasha

Peace prospects are much higher in the Horn of Africa. But obstacles remain.


Peace prospects are much higher in the Horn of Africa. But obstacles remain.

By: Martin Plaut, School of Advanced Study Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed (left) and Eritrea’s […]

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no responses. 04/09/2018 Natasha

South Africa is paying a heavy price for dysfunctional local government


South Africa is paying a heavy price for dysfunctional local government

By: Dirk Brand, Stellenbosch University Violent protests over the poor delivery of basic municipal services […]

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no responses. 20/08/2018 Natasha

Kofi Annan: a complicated legacy of impressive achievements, and some profound failure


Kofi Annan: a complicated legacy of impressive achievements, and some profound failure

By: Danny Bradlow, University of Pretoria Former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan left a mixed […]

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