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Latest Raymond Suttner

Betraying the liberation struggle: ANC ‘renewal’ is empty and we already have an alternative vision for South Africa

Raymond Suttner

The ANC has betrayed the oppressed people of South Africa, with whom it once enjoyed a close relationship of trust. Talk of renewal is empty, with... 

Latest Ebrahim Fakir

Politics 360 with Ebrahim Fakir - The direct election of the President

Politics 360 - Ebrahim Fakir

In his final State capture report, Chief Justice Raymond Zondo said consideration should be given to amending the constitution so that the... 

Latest Econ3x3

The changing landscape of sustainable finance


The global climate effects of rising carbon emissions are fast becoming too costly to ignore. However, mitigating these effects also carry risks... 

Latest Institute for Security Studies

The Pan-African Parliament finally elects a president

Institute for Security Studies

It took a stern intervention from African Union (AU) Commission chairperson Moussa Faki Mahamat. But eventually the Pan-African Parliament (PAP) in... 

Latest South African Institute of International Affairs

Creating ‘triple win’ solutions for nature, communities and the economy

South African Institute of International Affairs

Scientists have calculated that the devastating floods in KwaZulu-Natal earlier this year were made twice as likely by the effects of climate... 

Latest Real Economy

Slow but steady


Some solid, albeit slow, progress is being made to convert the $8.5-billion offer of concessional climate finance to accelerate South Africa’s... 

Latest Saliem Fakir

Africa can decarbonise faster than the rest of the world

Low Carbon Future - Saliem Fakir

It is oxymoronic to talk of Africa decarbonising – with the exception of South Africa and a few other countries, the continent has the lowest per... 

Latest The Conversation

Digital migration: court delay upholds information rights of poor South Africans

The Conversation

South Africa’s Constitutional Court has decided to strike down the government’s plans to end old-style analogue television broadcasting at the end... 

Other Opinions

Parliamentary Committee to consider reforming the criminal justice system to deal with serious corruption

Other Opinions

“As long ago as 2011, our highest court set the parameters for corruption busting in terms that bind the state. The Zuma administration had no... 

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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