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14th November 2018 More than 14-million people live in South Africa’s economic hub, the Gauteng City-Region. That’s 25% of the country’s population. A lot of media... →
14th November 2018 The land reform debate in South Africa has become increasingly polarised since Parliament resolved to consider amending the country’s Constitution... →
13th November 2018 South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has changed the country’s political landscape significantly since he came to power in February 2018. This... →
12th November 2018 President Cyril Ramaphosa has been working hard to improve South Africa’s economic situation. In October he hosted a jobs summit that’s expected to... →
9th November 2018 South Africans might be forgiven for expecting two key commissions of inquiry currently underway to change the country. Some of these expectations,... →
7th November 2018 Present indications are that South African voters are not gearing up to “do a Brazil” in the face of a mounting economic crisis and high levels of... →
7th November 2018 The outbreak of the First World War, coming little more than a decade after the Anglo-Boer war ended, presented white South Africans with a... →
5th November 2018 The South African Reserve Bank placed VBS, a small mutual bank, under curatorship in March this year against a backdrop of a serious liquidity... →
1st November 2018 The attention of South Africans has recently been firmly fixed on issues of good governance – or more specifically on its failures. This is due... →
1st November 2018 Once again, Times Higher Education’s annual global university rankings have drawn a lot of attention from the media and in the higher education... →