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Tamsin Oxford

Tamsin Oxford

    NIHSS awards scholarships to more than 600 doctoral students
    NIHSS awards scholarships to more than 600 doctoral students
    The National Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences (NIHSS) was founded in 2013 against a backdrop of a decline in teaching and research...
    The macro tightrope
    The macro tightrope
    The Zimbabwean Transitional Stabilisation Programme (TSP) is a critical step in ensuring the country realises its Vision 2030 goals, the United...
    Transforming Zimbabwe to a Private Sector-Led Economy
    Transforming Zimbabwe to a Private Sector-Led Economy
    The Government of Zimbabwe launched its economic blueprint, the Transitional Stabilisation Programme (TSP), in October 2018. This policy document...
    The complex insecurity of hunger in South Africa
    The complex insecurity of hunger in South Africa
    The Statistics South Africa report on Early Childhood Development in South Africa found that a third of children in Gauteng and Free State were...
    The price of populism
    The price of populism
    The annual conference of the Association of Black Securities and Investment Professionals played host to some of South Africa’s most prominent...
    Bridging the financial divide
    Bridging the financial divide
    The financial services sector stands at the heart of the South African economy. It is the cord that binds consumer, corporate and company. Yet the...
    Putting Thuma Mina into action
    Putting Thuma Mina into action
    Cyril Ramaphosa’s inaugural State of the Nation address in February 2018 ignited the ethos and catchphrase of Thuma Mina. Taken from Hugh...
    Mboweni – let's go about things differently
    Mboweni – let's go about things differently
    The arrival of Tito Mboweni, South Africa’s latest minister of finance, at the annual conference of the Association of Black Investment Professionals was met with an awed hush; the kind of silence reserved for those who both change history and form a fundamental part of it. His speech,...
    It's in the blood
    It's in the blood
    There is a term that best defines the work done by someone who changes the way in which human beings interact with the world around them, or...
    Protecting African wildlife
    Protecting African wildlife
    Roadkill. For the motorist, this word may invoke the frustration of vehicle damage or a potentially dangerous incident; little more. It is...
    A seismic innovation
    A seismic innovation
    South Africa has some of the world’s deepest mines and richest mineral resources. However, mining at these depths presents risks and hazards that...
    Lighting up Africa
    Lighting up Africa
    Weather. The endless, bright sunshine of Africa. This is one of the continent’s most untapped resources as the harvesting and storage of solar...