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26th September 2017 South Africa’s governing African National Congress is caught between the mythological monsters Scylla and Charybdis as it heads towards its crucial... →
22nd September 2017 Moses came down from the mount with tablets inscribed with 10 commandments. Most of us know (most of) them, and most of us fail to live by (most... →
21st September 2017 The formation of the BRICS – the bloc made of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa – was supposed to be the harbinger for a new approach... →
20th September 2017 As far as corporate accountability goes, the recent announcement that the CEO and seven senior executives at auditing and consultancy firm KMPG in... →
19th September 2017 State-owned enterprises are vital to many economies, but are particularly vital to those seeking economic development. This is true in South Africa... →
18th September 2017 In January 1983 Robert Mugabe’s government launched a massive security clampdown in Matabeleland. It was led by a North Korean-trained, almost... →
15th September 2017 The swearing in of the new Angolan parliament marks the first time in 38 years that Angola has a new president. João Lourenço, who Angolans refer... →
12th September 2017 The recent media “revelations” about South Africa’s Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa’s several alleged extramarital affairs are the classic... →
12th September 2017 The South African government is said to be seriously considering selling its stake in telecommunication firm, Telkom, in order to save the troubled... →
11th September 2017 Kenya’s 2017 general election has been one of the most litigated general elections since the country’s first multiparty poll in 1992. Just weeks... →