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26th October 2015 Students in South Africa are crying out loudly for free university education. Has their dream been realised elsewhere? The answer is yes: in many... →
26th October 2015 Standing with students protesting isn’t a matter of solidarity: it is an act of recognition of one’s self. Standing with students during the... →
26th October 2015 Students across South African universities have embarked on protests against planned fee increases and are also demanding free education. Business... →
26th October 2015 Many African countries are in the grip of a nuclear fad. They believe nuclear energy will bring with it an international currency of prestige.... →
26th October 2015 Academics at South Africa’s universities increased their research output by 250% between 2000 and 2013. Taxpayers funded a great deal of that... →
26th October 2015 Moderate strides have been taken to make South Africa’s public health services accessible and affordable. But problems of quality persist. Evidence... →
26th October 2015 There was a time when, from a tax perspective, South Africa’s “mini budget” used to be a non-event. The main emphasis used to be placed on the... →
23rd October 2015 The unique response of the Horn of Africa region to Yemeni refugees could offer lessons to countries and regions dealing with similar influxes... →
23rd October 2015 The West African countries of Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia have now been battling an Ebola epidemic for almost two years. Although new cases... →
23rd October 2015 The South African government’s research funding policy has long been criticised by academics. The policy has three major weaknesses: it offers... →