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EFF leader Julius Malema speaks to his supporters
EFF leader Julius Malema speaks to his supporters
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ELECTION ADVERTISING
 
The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (Icasa) has received a complaint from the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) after a party election...
Updated 2 hours 50 minutes ago
 
RHINO HORNS
 
Rhino horn stock piles worth over $5.2-million have been stolen from a South African game park office, the raided tourist agency said on Tuesday, in the...
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ELECTIONS
 
Libya will start registering voters for general elections, officials said on Tuesday, in the first concrete step indicating a vote will take place later this...
South Sudan
South Sudan
Updated 2 hours 28 minutes ago
 
massacre
 
The White House on Tuesday called the massacre of hundreds of civilians in South Sudan an abomination and called for an end to the cycle of violence there....
Rwandan President Paul Kagame
Rwandan President Paul Kagame
Updated 2 hours 31 minutes ago
 
POLITICS
 
Rwandan President Paul Kagame said on Tuesday it was too early to say whether he will seek a third term as head of the east African state, adding "whatever...
 
A senior Ivory Coast army officer is breaking a diamond embargo and may be using profits to buy arms, UN experts have found, dealing a potentially...
 
 
 
 
Political analyst Aubrey Matshiqi
Political analyst Aubrey Matshiqi
Researcher and analyst Professor Raymond Suttner
Researcher and analyst Professor Raymond Suttner
ANC supporters
ANC supporters
Businessperson Richard Maponya
Businessperson Richard Maponya
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

South Africa held its first democratic elections in 1994, and 20 years later we are approaching another general election. In two decades South Africa...

 

Public services like health and education are one of the strongest weapons in the fight against...

 

The Lesotho health public–private partnership (PPP) has been described as opening a new era for private sector involvement in healthcare in...

 

This Easter is not so much the season of goodwill as the season of scenarios. Several institutions have compiled different scenarios on what SA could...

 

The new plant of India´s biggest passenger car producer, Maruti Suzuki, saw two illegal strikes and wide-scale rioting in 2012. The causes of the...

 

Africa is blessed with an abundance of mineral resources, yet it remains poor by most measures. Recent high growth rates have yet to translate into...

 
 
 
 
 
 
After almost five decades of war and armed conflict, South Sudan achieved its independence from the Republic of Sudan in July 2011, making it the world’s...
 
With exactly two weeks to go to South Africa’s fifth all-inclusive democratic general election all eyes remain on the political parties, their leaders and...
Professor Raymond Suttner speaks with Polity's Shannon de Ryhove
Professor Raymond Suttner speaks with Polity's Shannon de Ryhove
 
In this week's Suttner's View, researcher and analyst Professor Raymond Suttner discusses what's gone wrong in 20 years of democracy in South Africa.
Political analyst Aubrey Matshiqi
Political analyst Aubrey Matshiqi
 
There is no issue or factor that, on its own, will determine whether the African National Congress (ANC) gains or loses support in the May election. While...
Researcher and analyst Professor Raymond Suttner
Researcher and analyst Professor Raymond Suttner
 
Researcher and analyst Professor Raymond Suttner speaks to Polity's Motshabi Hoaeane about the fundamental right to vote. Click here to read Suttner's column...
 
Jens Mjaugedal, Special Envoy of Norway to Somalia, is frustrated… which is hardly surprising given his mission to try to turn Somalia, which has...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
LIZEL BLIGNAUTCompetition laws are fast becoming a regular feature of the regulatory landscape in developing countries
LIZEL BLIGNAUTCompetition laws are fast becoming a regular feature of the regulatory landscape in developing countries
SHAWN VAN DER MEULEN Criminal sanctions will further discourage and dissuade directors and managers from engaging in cartel activity
SHAWN VAN DER MEULEN Criminal sanctions will further discourage and dissuade directors and managers from engaging in cartel activity
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Alex Boraine
Alex Boraine
Mark Gevisser
Mark Gevisser
 
 
AUTHOR INTERVIEW
Active citizen Maurice Smithers
Active citizen Maurice Smithers
Prince Mashele
Prince Mashele
Former diplomat and author Robin Renwick
Former diplomat and author Robin Renwick
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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