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25th October 2018 South African finance minister Tito Mboweni’s 2018 medium-term budget policy statement brought no surprises. Standing before the National Assembly... →
24th October 2018 Rwanda has introduced legislation which criminalises the public humiliation or insult – through gestures, writings or cartoons – of national... →
24th October 2018 There’s a lively debate raging in South Africa about the extent to which renewables should replace coal, particularly given the threat of climate... →
23rd October 2018 A United Nations initiative backed by global experts has set its sights on an ambitious programme to bring an end to the AIDS epidemic by 2030. The... →
23rd October 2018 As elsewhere in the world, migration is increasingly at the centre of South Africa’s public and political debate. For the first time, the country’s... →
22nd October 2018 When the editor of the Sunday Times in South Africa, Bongani Siqoko, published an apology in the newspaper earlier this month he surely set a new... →
18th October 2018 The World Bank’s latest annual report on poverty and shared prosperity has an unsurprisingly positive message that only 10% of the world’s... →
18th October 2018 The curriculum is not just the “stuff” that students must learn to be knowledgeable and skilled in a particular discipline. It’s about more than... →
17th October 2018 Roelof “Pik” Botha, South Africa’s foreign minister under apartheid, who has died at the age of 86, was a man of contradictions. He could, for... →
16th October 2018 The complex relationship between Africa and China has become even more complicated this year. Initially, 2018 was set to reaffirm the bond through... →