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18th June 2018 The latest World Bank report on South Africa is not only remarkable for the collaborative method it employed, but also for some of the conclusions... →
18th June 2018 Sam Nzima, the photographer who captured the iconic image of the 1976 Soweto Uprising passed awayon May 12, 2018. The photograph was one of six... →
15th June 2018 Now that Cyril Ramaphosa has served as South Africa’s president for more than three months, many pundits and ordinary citizens are assessing his... →
13th June 2018 As 2017 drew to a close South Africa’s governing party, the African National Congress (ANC), had reached the nadir of its popularity with voters.... →
12th June 2018 Rigorous, reliable evidence should be used when making decisions for any society. That’s because the use of evidence helps decision makers to... →
12th June 2018 There’s more to understanding a country’s poverty levels than merely calculating how much or how little individuals earn. That’s why a method... →
11th June 2018 This year marks a century since liberation struggle hero and global statesman Nelson Mandela was born. Throughout 2018, celebrations and events are... →
8th June 2018 The gunning down by the Israeli army of protesting Palestinians at the Gaza border in May has drawn international condemnation. There’s also been... →
8th June 2018 History may soon be a compulsory school subject until Grade 12 in South Africa. A task team established by the country’s minister of basic... →
7th June 2018 Respected South African academic and author Jacklyn Cock’s deep love for the Kowie river is the key thread that runs throughout her new book,... →