Governance & Democracy

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Wednesday, 2 September, 2015 - 10:20
This article considers the challenges confronting Eskom and the implications on the production and distribution of electricity
PACSA’s July 2015 Monthly Food Prices Barometer focuses on the challenges faced by women in the context of the Women’s Month  
The SADC region, despite its ‘progressive’ Constitution, should continue to work towards ensuring that women’s rights are respected
South Africa has no legislation regulating private donations to political parties and this leaves the door wide open for corruption
SAIRR’s Dr Cronjé, urges the South African government and business to work together to prevent South Africa from sliding towards a ‘rocky road scenario’
South Africa does not face a crisis despite high crime, unemployment and inequality, however, weak growth and poor governance have made it more likely for things to go wrong, says ISS 
The Internet having become a human right should be coupled with the fundamental rights of choosing not to be connected and be disengaged with no data trail
In this article, the authors argues that the extent to which South Africa is affected by human trafficking remains a mystery in the absence of credible research   
South Africa should act now to end illegal initiation schools in order to end the continuous deaths of young boys annually 
The authors focus on what they call “a continued attack on the judiciary,” following the controversy surrounding South Africa’s decision to let al-Bashir leave the country despite a court order preventing him to do so
Gqiza explores whether there is a need to convert the Programme for Infrastructure Development in Africa into an African Infrastructure Bank 

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