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Thursday, 6 October, 2016 - 11:11
Tensions have risen to an all-time high with the shutdown of many universities across the country
The first brief in this series discussed the current view of the South African economy held by Moody’s rating agency. This brief will set out the position of Standard and Poor's
Attempts to remove honest professionals and appoint dishonourable and incompetent people at the highest echelons of the criminal justice system have severely undermined the rule of law in South Africa, argues Burger
This brief gives an account of how rating agencies evaluated the South African economy in their most recent reviews
Following the court ruling against Jiba and Mrwebi, the author takes a closer look at governance-related challenged and the direction which the country could take to address them
As the world commemorates the International Day of Democracy (15 September), focus is turning to Africa, a continent with a number of longest-serving presidents
In this article, Creative Consulting & Development Works reflects on the significant of monitoring and evaluation and how can the latter be used to improve people’s lives
The results of Zambia’s historic five-ballot election are threatening to plunge the country into a constitutional crisis, writes Motsamai
Powell discusses the tension between the finance minister and the Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation in relation to the law
This article discusses the decline in the voters’ support for the ANC and the implications for budget expenditure and service delivery at local government sphere
The UN embarks on a massive vaccination campaign with the aim of reaching 14 million people in yellow fever endemic areas

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