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25th May 2018 In the backdrop of extensive media coverage of the 70th anniversary of the founding of the state of Israel – commemorated by Palestinians as the... →
24th May 2018 In 2014, the South African government announced a new direction in housing policy. The aim was to phase out smaller low cost housing projects of a... →
23rd May 2018 At the end of 2017, the world watched with keen interest as President Robert Mugabe was deposed after 37 years of ruinous rule, and replaced by... →
22nd May 2018 World attention has recently been focused on the water crisis facing the South African city of Cape Town, a metropolis of four million people.... →
22nd May 2018 South Africa’s machinery and equipment industries have recently come under huge pressure. Falling demand after the 2008 financial crisis and rising... →
21st May 2018 Cyril Ramaphosa’s rise to power has been greeted enthusiastically by most South Africans. Their hope is that the new president represents a... →
18th May 2018 The Western Cape, the second wealthiest province in South Africa after Gauteng, is the only one governed by the opposition Democratic Alliance... →
17th May 2018 The citizens of Burundi, the small country in Central Africa that borders Tanzania, Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo, are about to... →
16th May 2018 Over the last few years reports have surfaced of a range of African countries planning nuclear power plants. At the moment, the only nuclear plant... →
16th May 2018 Last year South Africa’s governing African National Congress (ANC) elected a new leadership which was the result of a hard boiled deal between the... →