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5th July 2018 Last month, at a conference on African Inequalities co-organised by our school and the London School of Economics, the first audience question came... →
4th July 2018 South Africa’s new President, Cyril Ramaphosa, has been showered with praise for his early moves of fighting corruption. But he will need to do... →
3rd July 2018 South African President Cyril Ramaphosa recently made an astonishing statement: that the country’s governance is collapsing. It takes extraordinary... →
2nd July 2018 Education enables social mobility. This is particularly true in a context of high inequality and high unemployment, such as South Africa. This is... →
29th June 2018 South Africa’s Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi has finally gazetted the bill detailing an ambitious plan to roll out universal health care in the... →
28th June 2018 World renowned and revered South African photographer David Goldblatt has died at the age of 87. He became a photographer at the age of 18 and... →
27th June 2018 Zimbabweans are heading to the polls on July 30. They will be making their decisions not only on what appears to be a dramatically changed... →
26th June 2018 There have been several vast improvements in the lives of South Africa’s children in recent years. Close to 90% of children now have access to... →
21st June 2018 South Africa’s Police Minister Bheki Cele and National Commissioner Khehla Sitole recently announced a new “high density stabilisation... →
21st June 2018 The role of smallholder farmers has come under the spotlight in South Africa as the country navigates the tricky process of land reform.... →