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By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 31st May 2018 You have to feel for Taiwan. Last week the tiny island state lost yet another African ally, Burkina Faso, to its very big brother Beijing. This... →
31st May 2018 We’re living in a time when data and knowledge have become key resources for economic development. Developed economies have recognised this and... →
30th May 2018 Most of South Africa’s 257 municipalities are in a disastrous financial position. According to the country’s Auditor General, only 33 (13%) are in... →
30th May 2018 The land reform debate in South Africa is dominated by a political agenda. This is a pity because other more relevant economic viewpoints on the... →
29th May 2018 One of the biggest tragedies of the dysfunction in the South African school system is that it is black children who suffer disproportionately. In a... →
29th May 2018 South Africans are embroiled in heated debates about the expropriation of agricultural land. But very little space is being devoted to how the... →
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 29th May 2018 In April, Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari announced that he would run for a second term in the 2019 presidential election. This came despite... →