22.12.2018 04:49 pm
Government needs to clearly articulate the process of land reform to ensure its successful implementation in the coming year.
In 2017, South Africa heard for the first time that the ANC had taken a stand to consider amending Section 25 of the Constitution to allow for the expropriation of land without compensation.
The fight against corruption has shades of Brazil, where the people ostensibly opposed to corruption are far more corrupt themselves.
A former Herzlia student feels the school should be a reflection of the diversity of South African Jews.
South Africa has made progress towards interrupting the looting of land by chiefs, state officials and mining capital.
We have a very high recidivism rate, primarily because of old-fashioned ideas about punishment.
Despite years of misrule, neither the DA nor populists like Malema have been able create the impression that they’re ready to govern.
By learning about successful gardening initiatives, these insights can be applied to regions lagging behind in terms of developing and using botanic gardens.
Recently, the Indian state attempted to use smart technologies to deliver safe cities for women. The strategies used to address both online and offline violence.
Adding the relative ignorance among users and healthcare professionals about how to take these new drugs safely and how to treat overdoses, it’s clear that “legal highs” are anything but a safe substitute for traditional drugs of abuse.
Recent survey data suggest that voters are beginning to care more about service delivery than about which party is doing it.
Amid the stench of corruption, the ruling party’s new leader is its one hope of retaining power, and he’s likely to use it.
South Africa has a history of burning books, and there is every reason to believe it can happen again.
E-cigarettes contain hazardous substances which, if not disposed of properly, can lead to serious damage to environmental and human health.
This would be just the start of numerous reforms needed to reverse the country’s inevitable slide into economic hell.
Informal employment makes up roughly a third or 5 million of total non-agricultural employment in South Africa’s workforce.