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27 April 2017
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26 Apr 2017
 
 
Citizens must unite to save corruption-crippled SA
INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES
Democratic institutions in South Africa are in disarray. Serious breaches of accountability have made it hard for the constitutional aspiration of responsive and transparent governance to become a...
 
 
24 Apr 2017
 
Peacebuilding in Africa: why the media matters
INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES
The appointment of United Nations (UN) Secretary-General António Guterres in January has many wondering how he will take forward the recommendations of three major UN reviews on peacebuilding,...
 
 
20 Apr 2017
 
New divisions threaten stability in the DRC
INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES
Two political accords and three prime ministers later, and four months after Congolese President Joseph Kabila was due to leave office at the end of his second mandate, credible elections and...
 
 
19 Apr 2017
 
Clutching at straws: SA’s reasons for not arresting al-Bashir
INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES
In the first public hearing of its kind, the South African government explained to the International Criminal Court (ICC) why it failed to arrest Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir when he attended...
 
 
13 Apr 2017
 
Can South Africa risk going back into CAR?
INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES
On an official visit to South Africa last week, Central African Republic (CAR) President Faustin-Archange Touadéra promised his counterpart Jacob Zuma that his country would build a monument to...
 
 
10 Apr 2017
 
South Africa pays the price of state capture
INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES
When former deputy finance minister Mcebisi Jonas made the startling claim that President Jacob Zuma’s associates, the Guptas, had offered him the position of finance minister and R600-million, the...
 
 
05 Apr 2017
 
Extreme poverty set to rise across Southern Africa
INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES
In Southern Africa, the proportion of people living in extreme poverty (defined as those living on less than US $1.90 per day) is expected to drop over the next 23 years. But, the number of people...
 
 
31 Mar 2017
 
 
 
Will Zuma’s attempts to Zanufy South Africa backfire?
INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES
‘The ANC is using the Zanu-PF tactics of remaining in power,’ South Africa’s Pan Africanist Congress (PAC) declared this week. ‘When Zimbabwe’s Zanu-PF realised that it was likely to lose power, as...
 
 
 
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