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Wednesday, 15 April, 2015 - 10:20
South Africa should work towards tackling xenophobia, which reinforces the stereotype that the country remains hostile towards foreign national
In this article, SANGOCO looks at the Finance Minister’s budget speech and the implication that it has on development in South Africa
This article explores a selection of both ‘top-down’ and ‘bottom-up’ approaches in the context of indigenous knowledge in reducing human vulnerability to climate change within African nations
In this article, Keeton discusses inequality, its possible causes and factors that contribute to increasing inequality worldwide
African governance has to improve faster in order for the continent to overcome chronic problems of poverty, underdevelopment and insecurity 
Health systems and medical interventions will be more effective if they can be widely disseminated to communities in need
African nations appear reluctant to embrace the GM bandwagon that promises to fight hunger and poverty, writes Cheong 
In this article, the author discusses the possibility of the establishment of a ministry for small business enterprises for South Africa, and how that ministry could contribute to the growth of small businesses in the country  
Free enterprise, democracy and the rule of law are the key to protecting the continent's environment 
Poverty, access to healthcare facilities and lack of proper nutrition, among others, are some of the challenges to remember as we commemorate the World Diabetes Day
African countries must involve young people in finding solutions to the many socio-economic challenges that affect their daily lives
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