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no responses. 27/03/2018 Natasha

Connecting the dots between the hike in South Africa’s VAT and inflation


Connecting the dots between the hike in South Africa’s VAT and inflation

By: Jannie Rossouw, University of the Witwatersrand         South Africa is bracing […]

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no responses. 21/03/2018 Natasha

Bad service #HumanRights


Bad service #HumanRights

By: Natasha Archary      We’ve all been there, you’re stuck in a never-ending queue […]

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no responses. 20/03/2018 Natasha

Explainer: what’s behind the rabies outbreak in South Africa


Explainer: what’s behind the rabies outbreak in South Africa

By: Jacqueline Weyer, National Institute for Communicable Diseases Shutterstock     In the last four […]

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no responses. 13/03/2018 Motlagae Konyana

#Kayaknowyourrights: Protect yourself from cyberbullying and revenge porn


#Kayaknowyourrights: Protect yourself from cyberbullying and revenge porn

By Motlagae Konyana Cyber bullying and revenge porn are a major issue among minors and […]

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no responses. 07/03/2018 Natasha

Adoption in South Africa – Fact sheet #KayaKnowYourRights


Adoption in South Africa – Fact sheet #KayaKnowYourRights

By: Natasha Archary      Child protection statistics put the number of orphans in South […]

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no responses. 06/03/2018 Natasha

Three reasons why Africa should treat Tillerson visit with scepticism


Three reasons why Africa should treat Tillerson visit with scepticism

By: John J Stremlau, University of the Witwatersrand   US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson. EPA-EFE/Andre […]

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no responses. 06/03/2018 Natasha

Land debate in South Africa is about dignity and equality – not the constitution


Land debate in South Africa is about dignity and equality – not the constitution

By: Steven Friedman, University of Johannesburg Angry protests for free higher education by South African students […]

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no responses. 27/02/2018 Natasha

South Africa: Ramaphosa administration lacks a long-term perspective


South Africa: Ramaphosa administration lacks a long-term perspective

By: Mzukisi Qobo, University of Johannesburg South Africa’s president Cyril Ramaphosa needs to formulate a […]

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no responses. 26/02/2018 Zuko

The first family of Ekurhuleni co-hosts #InfluentialFridays


The first family of Ekurhuleni co-hosts #InfluentialFridays

By Zuko Komisa The Executive Mayor of Ekurhuleni, Mzwandile Masina, and his wife Corporate and […]

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no responses. 20/02/2018 Natasha

South Africa’s democracy stood up to the test: but some things need to change


South Africa’s democracy stood up to the test: but some things need to change

By: Keith Gottschalk, Political Scientist, University of the Western Cape Former South African President Jacob Zuma. […]

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no responses. 19/02/2018 Natasha

South Africa: A new beginning


South Africa: A new beginning

By: Anant Singh    “I see only hope for our Country, and that is when […]

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no responses. 13/02/2018 Natasha

Why tackling sexual violence is key to South Africa’s decolonisation project


Why tackling sexual violence is key to South Africa’s decolonisation project

By: Azille Coetzee, Stellenbosch University South Africa has been dubbed “the rape capital of the […]

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