Opinion & Analysis

Oct 16, 2017
South Africa’s Supreme Court of Appeal has dismissed President Jacob Zuma’s and the National Prosecuting Authority’s appeal against an earlier decision by the North Gauteng High Court that a decision…
Oct 14, 2017
After 38 years as president of Angola, Jose Eduardo dos Santos left the nation’s highest office Tuesday, but not without making sure he and his family continue to maintain control.…
Oct 14, 2017
The leader of Kenya’s opposition coalition, Raila Odinga, has withdrawn from the repeat presidential election ordered by the country’s Supreme Court. Only two candidates were scheduled to compete in the…
Oct 11, 2017
Notwithstanding its many flaws and centuries of criticisms, capitalism is still the dominant economic system globally. What made it so resilient? Without denying the importance of entrenched interests among ruling…
Oct 07, 2017
Following TfL’s decision to withdraw Uber’s license to operate in London, there has been a widespread picking over of the ride-hailing app’s recent history – and speculation about its future.…
Oct 06, 2017
The Transaqua Project is a big, ambitious initiative to replenish the waters of Lake Chad, a fresh water inland lake in Central Africa. It involves 12 countries working together to build…
Oct 04, 2017
Kenya’s recently annulled elections will soon be re-run, but the long-term questions they raised about election management are still unanswered. The spotlight is on the work of international observer teams,…
Sep 27, 2017
An organisation’s employees are the biggest cyber security threat to its operations if they are not adequately trained to combat cybercrime, Dele Aden Chief Executive Officer of Delta3 International, has…
Sep 26, 2017
After a Supreme Court ruling that invalidated Kenya’s August 8 presidential election, the country now finds itself in a moral predicament between political stability and electoral credibility. On one hand,…
Sep 22, 2017
Fool me once, shame on you, fool me twice, shame on me. So, what’s my point here? The point is we can’t be conned twice the same way in 10…
Sep 21, 2017
The formation of the BRICS – the bloc made of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa – was supposed to be the harbinger for a new approach to global…
Sep 19, 2017
If you’re familiar with mafia movies then you’re familiar with extortion – the practice of obtaining something, especially money, through force or threats. Extortion has been around for centuries –…
Sep 19, 2017
State owned enterprises are vital to many economies, but are particularly vital to those seeking economic development.  This is true in South Africa too. Which makes it odd that the…
Sep 07, 2017
Faced with a growing economic crisis, South Africa’s new Finance Minister, Malusi Gigaba, has come up with a 14 point plan to turn the country’s economic fortunes around. Sibonelo Radebe…

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