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14th May 2018 South Africa’s politics has entered largely uncharted terrain. Following the municipal elections in 2016 several political parties swiftly... →
11th May 2018 In his latest state of the nation address Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta called for opening a new chapter of national unity and reconciliation.... →
10th May 2018 It is common when municipal workers go on strike in South Africa to resort to upturning garbage cans and strewing litter around city centres. Their... →
9th May 2018 If he were alive today, Nelson Mandela would probably be puzzled to find that it has become popular among South Africans frustrated with the pace... →
9th May 2018 South Africa has started implementing a new regulatory regime for the financial sector. Known as Twin Peaks, the approach was first adopted in... →
8th May 2018 Land debates are reverberating across South Africa after the country’s parliament resolved to accelerate land redistribution through expropriation... →
7th May 2018 Recent violent protests in Mahikeng in South Africa’s North West province have prompted widespread commentary about what’s behind them, as well as... →
7th May 2018 South African President, Cyril Ramaphosa, has impressed many since taking over the country’s reigns earlier this year. But unless the citizens... →
4th May 2018 South Africa’s history of segregation has left its footprints in many places. Take the case of semi-rural Franschoek in the country’s Western Cape... →
3rd May 2018 The five months since the fall of Robert Mugabe have been far from easy for his successor, Emmerson Mnangagwa. Zimbabwe’s new government has made... →