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Over the last few decades, especially since the economic crisis of 2008, capitalism has become highly unstable and prone to crises.
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The AU in 2018 agreed to establish the African Continental Free Trade Area. As of early 2021, 54 countries signed the ACFTA and 35 fully ratified it. Nelson Mandela School of Public Governance Director, Professor Alan Hirsch, explains.
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In a world first, some of the brightest minds in statecraft and public policy gathered for an online global conference hosted by the Government and Public Policy (GAPP), in partnership with Financial Mail.
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A study by the Government and Public Policy think tank says that South Africa has entered a phase of ongoing, violent instability as a result of what it calls, ANC internal ‘tensions’. It says that these tensions have been a cause of instability in the country since 2009.
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South Africa’s Putin moment: a webinar hosted by Ferial Haffajee at the Daily Maverick with Ivor Chipkin and Jakkie Cilliers on the ‘Dangerous Elites’ report.
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A study by the Government and Public Policy think tank says that South Africa has entered a phase of ongoing, violent instability as a result of what it calls, ANC internal ‘tensions’.
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For the first time in South Africa’s democratic history, the number of registered voters who did not cast their ballot exceeded those who did. The performance of the ANC in government played a major role in this disenchantment.
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