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Greater co-operation between CoGTA and Gauteng Traditional Leadership
Greater co-operation between CoGTA and Gauteng Traditional Leadership
"To go back to tradition is the first step forward”. This old African proverb sums up the mandate of Traditional Affairs up perfectly.
SADC, learn from Algeria how to bring peace and stability
SADC, learn from Algeria how to bring peace and stability
Algeria today is a country that lives in peace and enjoys stability in a region marked by turbulence as a result of terror threats and mass...
Transport's future is integrated, but how do we get there?
Transport's future is integrated, but how do we get there?
Imagine you’re running late for an important meeting across town. It’s rush hour and a section of road has collapsed, wreaking havoc across the...
What might an African language of governance sound and look like?
What might an African language of governance sound and look like?
A grasp of Africa in modern times that is “neither utopian nor fatalist”, as one commentator has it, is by no means an easy undertaking in...
Mo Ibrahim Foundation: Deteriorating safety and rule of law have held back progress in African governance
Mo Ibrahim Foundation: Deteriorating safety and rule of law have held back progress in African governance
The 2016 Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG), launched on Monday by the Mo Ibrahim Foundation, reveals that improvement in overall governance in Africa over the past 10 years has been held back by a widespread deterioration in the category of safety and rule of law....
North West ANC members cry foul over candidate lists
North West ANC members cry foul over candidate lists
Disgruntled ANC members from the Bojanala region in the North West have accused party headquarters at Luthuli House of deliberately ignoring their...
Wits academics scathing on governance
Wits academics scathing on governance
The full extent of challenges facing University of the Witwatersrand's new vice-chancellor, Adam Habib, are apparent in a new survey suggesting...
Consumed by our lust for lost segregation
Consumed by our lust for lost segregation
The banalisation of cruelty and the repetition of often brutal and traumatic events – the Marikana massacre, deaths at the hands of an...
Politicians buck the three-tier government system
Politicians buck the three-tier government system
The state's failure to deliver textbooks in Limpopo is well documented. But a simple question remains: Where does the political buck stop when a...
Walking over the wounded
Walking over the wounded
The ANC and its alliance partners’ rhetoric about the need for a “second transition” is the closest we have come to an acknowledgement by the governing elites of their failure to govern. A democratic government that has presided over 18 years of system failure in four...
Time to govern without re-election pressure
Time to govern without re-election pressure
South Africa is suffering a crisis of leadership. In these difficult days, we want the president to give the nation hope to overcome despair. Yet...

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