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19th October 2015 It’s too easy to think China’s economy is in a downward spiral, given recent headlines in the US press, from “China’s Middle-Class Dreams in Peril”... →
16th October 2015 The argument for the use of police body cameras is gaining momentum in South Africa, amid growing demand for greater police accountability,... →
16th October 2015 The Volkswagen “dieselgate” story, in which the company helped their cars pass emissions tests under special conditions that they later failed when... →
15th October 2015 Foundation essay: Our foundation essays are longer than usual and take a wider look at key issues affecting society. Earlier this month, South... →
15th October 2015 Universities should be equitable learning spaces for people of all races, economic backgrounds and genders. In South Africa, creating such spaces –... →
15th October 2015 Sub-Saharan Africa has two abundant resources: its youth and agricultural land. With the youngest population globally and the largest share of the... →
14th October 2015 Universities are almost always among the casualties when a country goes to war. Ultimately, they become hotbeds of repression. As conflict deepens,... →
14th October 2015 The world’s largest and most powerful radio telescope, which is to be constructed in South Africa from 2017, has the potential to stimulate... →
14th October 2015 Police statistics in South Africa show a worrying trend: the increased use of illegal small arms and light weapons in the country’s growing problem... →