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Paris terror attacks – France now faces fight against fear and exclusion

Paris terror attacks – France now faces fight against fear and exclusion

16th November 2015 The attacks that took place at a series of venues in Paris on November 13 were the deadliest on French soil since 1945. At least 129 people have... 

Paris attacks – closing migration routes into France won't stop terrorism – resisting xenophobia might

Paris attacks – closing migration routes into France won't stop terrorism – resisting xenophobia might

16th November 2015 When Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attacks in Paris that have killed at least 129 people, it warned that more would follow. French... 

Disproportionate coverage of Paris attacks is not just the media's fault

Disproportionate coverage of Paris attacks is not just the media's fault

16th November 2015 The horrendous terrorist attacks in Paris and the resulting blanket media coverage have once again raised questions about the proportionality of... 

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Leaving the ICC won't absolve South Africa of its legal obligations

Leaving the ICC won't absolve South Africa of its legal obligations

13th November 2015 South Africa appears almost destined to withdraw from the International Criminal Court (ICC) if the governing African National Congress has its... 

University autonomy – insights from Tanzania, Uganda and Nigeria

University autonomy – insights from Tanzania, Uganda and Nigeria

13th November 2015 A new piece of draft legislation could give South Africa’s higher education minister increased power over the country’s universities. The minister... 

Africans need to make their mark in the pharmaceutical industry boom

Africans need to make their mark in the pharmaceutical industry boom

13th November 2015 Africa’s pharmaceutical industry is one of the world’s fastest growing. In just ten years it has exploded – growing from US$4.7 billion in 2003 to... 

Teaching Mandarin in schools is another slap in the face for African languages

Teaching Mandarin in schools is another slap in the face for African languages 

12th November 2015 It’s said that behind every powerful language is an army and money. Consider the case of English. In South Africa, as in its other colonies, the... 

Why lending through community-based organisations makes sense

Why lending through community-based organisations makes sense

12th November 2015 This is part of a series of articles The Conversation Africa is running on financial inclusion and micro credit and their role in economic... 

El Niño threatens southern Africa with yet another drought

El Niño threatens southern Africa with yet another drought

12th November 2015 Southern Africa is in for a bumpy, dry ride. There is a 50% chance of a drought occurring this summer that could have an impact on the whole region... 

Why it's time South Africa's foreign policy was driven by ideas (again)

Why it's time South Africa's foreign policy was driven by ideas (again)

11th November 2015 Understanding South Africa’s foreign policy has proved elusive these 20-odd years past. The brilliant South African cartoonist Jonathan Shapiro... 

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