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7th February 2019 South Africans have been held spellbound by the torrent of evidence of corruption emerging from two parallel commissions of inquiry – into state... →
6th February 2019 Economic growth, accompanied by a fall in infectious diseases over the past two decades, has changed the profile of the biggest threats to the... →
5th February 2019 South Africans go to the polls this year. And for the first time the country’s energy future is becoming a significant subject of contestation.... →
5th February 2019 The release of a final report about the state of competition in South Africa’s private health sector has been delayed again. It was compiled by an... →
31st January 2019 Government corruption is a global challenge and a major obstacle to economic and social development. It compromises the delivery of valuable... →
28th January 2019 Cries of moral outrage have greeted the brutal crackdown by the Zimbabwean security forces on nationwide protests sparked by a sudden, massive,... →
28th January 2019 South Africa’s latest pursuit of truth has gone up a gear as it enters a new phase in which the stakes are raised for all the protagonists. After a... →
24th January 2019 In recent months, various debates about the South African Reserve Bank have focused broadly on three aspects – its shareholding, its mandate and... →
23rd January 2019 In recent months there has been conjecture that if South Africa’s president Cyril Ramaphosa wins a suitably large majority of the upcoming national... →