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Financing infrastructure to reignite South Africa’s growth

19th October 2017 As South Africa’s Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba prepares for his inaugural Medium-Term Budget Policy Statement on 25 October, one issue will weigh... 

Kleptocracy upsets delicate balance of mutual interests in mining sector

17th October 2017 On the eve of the 2017 Johannesburg Mining Indaba, the Chamber of Mines declined an invitation to the opening gala dinner — part of continuing... 

OGP in Africa: Another sharp tool in the governance toolbox

10th October 2017 The recent Open Government Partnership (OGP) High Level Event on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly brought sad tidings for OGP... 


AGOA: It’s time to move on

14th September 2017 The African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) has been the cornerstone of US-Africa trade relations since its inception in 2000. AGOA, which... 

Has China’s global ambitions outgrown Brics?

7th September 2017 Has China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) usurped Brics as China’s flagship forum? And if so, what does this mean for future Brics co-operation?... 

Brics: Stepping into the Breach

6th September 2017 Global headlines in the run-up to the 9th Brics summit were dominated by the North Korean missile crisis and the stand-off in Doklam, high in the... 

Africa seeks rivalry-free BRICS’ support

4th September 2017 Although the theme of the 9th BRICS Summit is “A Stronger Partnership for a Brighter Future”, there is likely to be some underlying tension among... 

Can South Africa de-escalate the Korean Peninsula crisis?

1st September 2017 In the wake of the North Korean missile fired into Japanese airspace – on the United Nation’s commemorative “International Day Against Nuclear... 

Why allowing the sale of horn stockpiles is a setback for rhinos in the wild

23rd August 2017 A South African court has ordered the government to release a permit to the world’s largest rhino breeder, John Hume. The permit will allow him to... 

Cashing in on value chains to drive growth in SADC

21st August 2017 As the 37th SADC Summit kicks off, the longstanding question of how to best spur industrial growth and development in the region is at the top of... 

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