Governance & Democracy

Schooling equality learning
Thursday, 26 May, 2016 - 11:55
The author looks at the basics needed to deliver equal opportunity with respect to education
There are disconcerting parallels between recent remarks by the State Security Minister and the laws and habits of other BRICS countries regarding NGOs wishing to operate in those territories, writes Gastrow
The judiciary should consider using a capabilities approach to review government’s resource allocation decisions in socioeconomic rights cases, writes van der Berg
In this article, the author focuses on the role that civil society organisations should play in the fight against corruption in South Africa
Job creation could be one of the possible ways in which South Africa could lift millions of unemployed people out of poverty
This article focuses on the scandals surrounding the ANC, particularly President Zuma, and how these could impact – negatively or negatively on people’s choice of a political party during lections
South Africa should empower the rural youth through skills as one of the possible ways to enable them to the socio-economic challenges they face in their daily lives
The Constitutional Court judgement on Nkandla is a victory for philanthropy in support of democracy, writes Ritchie
Chinese non-governmental organisations are increasingly active abroad. What impact are they having?
The United Nations Human Rights Committee hard-hitting report on South Africa’s record on civil and political...
In this article the author asks the question: Can our fiercely rival parties actually be expected to agree on nominations to important independent public posts?
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