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19 January 2017
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Leading the ANC and the country
RAYMOND SUTTNER
Professor Raymond Suttner speaks to Polity's Sashnee Moodley about leading the African National Congress and the country. Click here to read the column.
Updated 6 hours ago
 
 
 
 
Suttner's View: Is the DA “ready to govern”?
SUTTNER'S VIEW
In this episode of Suttner's View Professor Raymond Suttner speaks to Polity's Sashnee Moodley about whether the Democratic Alliance is ready to govern.
Updated 6 hours ago
 
 
High stakes as West Africa prepares military action against Gambia's Jammeh
THE CONVERSATION
In further escalation of the post-election crisis in The Gambia, President Yahya Jammeh declared a state of emergency just a day before his official mandate was due to come to an end. The...
 
 
South Sudan: why the international community needs to act urgently
THE CONVERSATION
The international community is focused on defeating ISIS, dealing with the Syrian conflict and the refugee crisis on their doorsteps as well as home grown terrorism. But, now more than ever, it...
 
 
Liberia’s journey to national ownership
INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES
In October 2017, Liberia will hold what is expected to be a hotly contested election. The leaders of 22 political parties will be vying to replace President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Africa’s first...
 
 
Is male chauvinism to blame for nearly 80% of road deaths in SA?
AFRICA CHECK
Sunshine and matric results are synonymous with South Africa’s festive season – as is the country’s road death toll, sadly. Between the 1st and 19th of December, 845 people died on South African...
 
 
18 Jan 2017
 
Why junk status still hangs over South Africa
THE CONVERSATION
Although South Africa avoided a downgrade to non-investment grade, or junk status, in 2016, the country is not yet out of the woods and may be downgraded this year. The reasons for this are ongoing...
 
 
THINK AGAIN: Can Burundi bury the ghosts of its troubled past?
INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES
Last week, a mass grave was discovered in a village in central Burundi. Builders, breaking ground for a new school, uncovered the skeletal remains of more than 1 000 people who had been hastily...
 
 
 
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