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Latest Raymond Suttner

Attempts to bring Israel within the norms of legality (Part 3)

Raymond Suttner

Some of the states engaged with the Palestinian question have joined South Africa at the ICJ (like Brazil) or brought their own litigation against... 

Latest Ebrahim Fakir

Electoral Politics: From competition and contest to potential conflict

Politics 360 - Ebrahim Fakir

South Africa is scheduled to hold an election in 2024. It is a much-anticipated one, since speculation is rife that the ANC may likely lose its... 

Latest Econ3x3

Inclusionary housing: A novel approach to building integrated cities


Inclusionary housing policy offers a new way of addressing the urban housing crisis in South Africa. It involves private developers contributing to... 

Latest Institute for Security Studies

South Africa’s polls unlikely to result in widespread public violence

Institute for Security Studies

South Africa’s 29 May national and provincial elections will be the hardest fought since the birth of the country’s democracy in 1994. Surveys show... 

Latest South African Institute of International Affairs

Strengthening Africa’s Climate-Smart Agriculture and Food Systems Through Enhanced Policy Coherence and Coordinated Action

South African Institute of International Affairs

In response to these vulnerabilities and impacts, it is essential that African countries develop adaptation and resilience building strategies to... 

Latest Real Economy

Attitudinal shift


It is estimated that about 2.5 GW of rooftop solar was installed across South Africa last year; a trend that was expected to continue at the start... 

Latest Saliem Fakir

The age of anxiety and turbulence


A range of statements echoed through the chambers of the Munich Security Conference recently, and etched on everyone’s face was anxiousness about... 

Latest The Conversation

South Africa’s first election was saved by a Kenyan: the fascinating story of Washington Okumu, the accidental mediator

The Conversation

What’s sometimes forgotten about the 26-29 April 1994 vote that installed the African National Congress (ANC) government in South Africa is that,... 

Other Opinions

As Kenyan president Ruto racks up the air miles, we fact-checked his talking points on taxes and education funding

Other Opinions

Kenyan president William Ruto has been visiting foreign capitals with a message to his compatriots abroad to invest at home. Ruto’s extensive... 

Latest Aubrey Matshiqi

The Health of the People Must be the Supreme Law

Political Insight - Aubrey Matshiqi

Cicero, the highly gifted orator and lawyer - he of the heydays of the Roman Empire, once argued that the health of the people, the health of... 

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