Governance & Democracy

energy governance
Wednesday, 15 April, 2015 - 10:24
The authors of this article question whether there is clarity and coherence in current measures being taken by the South African government to address the country’s energy challenges 
This article highlights municipal boundary demarcation challenges and protests as well as how communities get divided by the boundary issue and end up fighting for limited resources
The ANC is urged to invest in political education to empower its members to understand the role that CSOs play in strengthening our democratic South Africa 
Since its establishment, Kagiso Trust continues to be at the forefront of ensuring that the poor and the marginalised have access to higher education in South Africa 
While there has been an improvement in the quality of education in the Eastern Cape, more needs to be done to address other education-related challenges
South Africa should work towards ensuring that everyone enjoys Internet Rights, as we commemorate Human Rights Day (21 March)
In this article, SANGOCO looks at the Finance Minister’s budget speech and the implication that it has on development in South Africa
South Africa should balance its typically ‘Anglo-Saxon’ approach with deeper engagement with business, to better balance its skills development and training approach, writes Andre Kraak
The African Peer Review Mechanism has the potential to promote good governance, democracy, accountability and transparency
In this article, the author takes a closer look at President Jacob Zuma’s State of the Nation Address 2015 and the challenges faced by the country’s mining and energy challenges 
African leaders should utilise their bi-annual African Union summit as an opportunity to tackle challenges facing the continent

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