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14th March 2018 The South African economy looks uncomfortably the same to the one inherited when the country transitioned from apartheid to democracy in 1994.... →
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 14th March 2018 The African Union (AU) Commission’s decision to ‘silence the guns by 2020’ is a welcome one. Although the vision is clearly ambitious, even limited... →
13th March 2018 South Africa has had the biggest listeriosis outbreak in the world that resulted in more than 180 deaths to date. The Conversation Africa’s health... →
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 13th March 2018 When Djibouti makes international headlines, it is usually in connection with the many superpowers that have built military bases on its shore.... →
12th March 2018 Opinion polls in South Africa have clearly shown the sharp decline in citizens’ approval of Jacob Zuma’s performance as president over the past... →
9th March 2018 South Africa’s parliament has passed a resolution to amend the constitution and allow expropriation without compensation. The decision has... →
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 9th March 2018 United States (US) Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is on his first official trip to Africa this week, visiting Ethiopia, Kenya, Djibouti, Chad and... →
By: South African Institute of International Affairs 9th March 2018 It’s a familiar sight at border posts: women with baskets groaning under the weight of fresh produce, cheap manufactured goods or handicrafts ready... →