Electricity costs have tripled in the past decade under a utility company plagued by debt and corruption claims, wiping out decades of progress. Electricity, when it arrived in Nosisi Rasmeni’s life, seemed to promise a better future.

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When South Africans go to the polls today, it could be the last time the governing ANC wins an overall majority, unless the party renews itself and starts delivering on its promises to increasingly disgruntled supporters. The ANC is likely to win the national elections but its majority

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Tuesday, 16 April 2019 08:35

South Africa preps for Brexit outcome

South Africa fears for its trade relations with the United Kingdom as the latter negotiates a good deal for Brexit. The country is considering several scenarios that could have an impact on bilateral and multilateral agreements.

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Wednesday, 09 January 2019 15:01

Managing Economic Migration in South Africa

This paper provides a comprehensive overview of South Africa’s immigration regime and its impact on African economic migrants.

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