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18th January 2006 According to the new Africa report published by the UN Food and Agriculture Organization, nearly 12 million people in southern Africa, mainly in... →
18th January 2006 The report, by the Department of Trade and Industry and the World Bank, brings encouraging information as well as challenges as South Africa... →
12th January 2006 This paper by the UNCTAD explains the growth and geography of OFDI from South Africa. It examines why South African OFDI is largely concentrated in... →
Letting Them Fail: Government Neglect and the Right to Education for Children Affected by AIDS (January 2006)
12th January 2006 This 55-page report, by the Human Rights Watch, is based on first hand testimony from dozens of children in three countries hard-hit by HIV/AIDS:... →
12th January 2006 Reforming the IMF: Governance and the Executive Board Washington, D.C.| November 4, 2005|| Participants:| Jonathan Ostry, James Boughton, Charles... →
14th December 2005 South Africa has the lowest electricity prices in the world, but the urgent need for new capacity and sources of fuel, from 2007 onwards right... →
12th December 2005 A new World Bank global HIV/AIDS strategy warns that the HIV/AIDS pandemic has entered a new phase, with a greater need than ever for international... →
9th December 2005 In light of the Reserve Bank’s recent Monetary Policy statement, which has revised its inflation forecast downwards, most economists predict... →
7th December 2005 No weapons used by U.S.-led coalition forces in Iraq in 2003 caused more civilian casualties than cluster munitions, large weapons that contain... →