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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

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


no responses. 18/09/2018 Natasha

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 […]


no responses. 11/09/2018 Natasha

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 […]


no responses. 04/09/2018 Natasha

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 […]


no responses. 20/08/2018 Natasha

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 […]


no responses. 31/07/2018 Natasha

Why Zimbabwe’s first elections after the Mugabe ouster are so significant

By: Gift Mwonzora, Rhodes University Supporters attend a Movement For Democratic Change-Alliance campaign rally in […]


no responses. 25/05/2018 Natasha

Why the Pan-African Parliament must clean up its act if it wants to survive – #AFricaDay

By: Babatunde Fagbayibo, University of South Africa The Pan African Parliament in session in Midrand, […]


no responses. 23/05/2018 Zuko

#KayaIsAfrica What we can Africa learn from China

By Zuko Komisa The last three decades of China have been marvelled at by many […]


no responses. 17/04/2018 Natasha

Winnie Madikizela-Mandela’s legacy: Echoes of Argentina’s Evita

By: Lyn Snodgrass, Nelson Mandela University Winnie Madikizela-Mandela at her 80th birthday celebrations. GCIS The […]


no responses. 03/04/2018 Natasha

Jail time for South African woman using racist slur sets new precedent

By: Penelope Andrews, University of Cape Town; Chantelle Feldhaus, North-West University, and René Koraan, North-West […]