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26 April 2017
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Famine creeps in on Africa while the world's media looks elsewhere
THE CONVERSATION
Major political events in the US and Europe have preoccupied western media over the past year. Chief among these has been Donald Trump’s rise to US president and his continuing efforts to establish...
Updated 15 minutes ago
 
 
South Africa has a new trade union federation. Can it break the mould?
THE CONVERSATION
The newly launched trade union grouping in South Africa - the South African Federation of Trade Unions (Saftu) - promises to be a voice for the growing numbers of unorganised and marginalised...
Updated 18 minutes ago
 
 
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...
Updated 29 minutes ago
 
 
Europe’s Elections: a Yardstick for Populism
SAIIA
Sunday saw French citizens vote in the first stage of their presidential elections, with a second run-off stage for the two lead candidates Emmanuel Macron (of En Marche!) and Marine Le Pen (of the...
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25 Apr 2017
 
White people in South Africa still hold the lion's share of all forms of capital
THE CONVERSATION
The role of “white monopoly capital” in post-apartheid South Africa has been in the news lately. In the South African context, it can be understood as the white population’s extensive control over...
 
 
Are credit rating agencies the problem or part of the solution?
SAIIA
When it comes to the economic reputation of a country are credit rating agencies (CRAs) part of the problem or part of the solution? This question has received increasing focus since the 2008...
 
 
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,...
 
 
Freedom day and the question of non-violence
RAYMOND SUTTNER
It is exciting that at this time, when we mark Freedom Day, we are witnessing the revival of mass popular action, manifested in marches and other forms of organised political activity in defence of...
 
 
 
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