November 17, 2021

Service Delivery Challenges in Kwazulu Natal

By Nyasha Mcbride Mpani Download the article here: Service Delivery in KZN
November 17, 2021

CO-OPERATIVE GOVERNANCE & TRADITIONAL AFFAIRS PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE MEETING

Briefing by the Department of COGTA and on the cost of boreholes at uMzinyathi District Municipality and Briefing on Departmental reports (2nd Quarter Report 2021/22 (Financial […]
November 16, 2021

WHY REPORTS OF SOUTH AFRICAN DEMOCRACY’S DEATH ARE GREATLY EXAGGERATED

    By Steven Friedman ONE of democracy’s features is that you can use the freedoms it offers to claim that it does not work – […]
November 16, 2021

The African Charter on Human and Peoples Rights: Success and Challenges

    By Norah Msuya, The African regional human rights system is both universal in character and distinctively African in its scope and principles. Though the […]
November 9, 2021

The Low Participation Rate -not the low voter turnout – Should Worry Us More

By Aubrey Matshiqi, The downward trend in the electoral performance of the African National Congress (ANC) continues. In the 2004 general election, the ANC garnered 69.69% […]
November 9, 2021

Will the Economic Reconstruction and Recovery Plan Solve the Unemployment in South Africa?

By Dr Olusola Bodede The president of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa presented the Economic Recovery Plan in October 2020 to the joint sitting of the parliament. […]
November 8, 2021

SA political life morphing into two major spheres of participation and expression

By Stef Terblanche Our latest round of democratic elections to elect new municipal governments have been successfully concluded. Successfully so in that they were largely peaceful, […]
November 8, 2021

Media freedom, a bulwark of our democracy in South Africa: Why it must be protected

  By Lizzy Ofusori Media refers to the means of mass communication within a society. It entails the electronic (internet), broadcasting (radio and television), and print […]
November 8, 2021

ENHANCING DISABILITY AWARENESS IN SOUTH AFRICA: REMOVING BARRIERS TOWARDS AN INCLUSIVE AND ACCESSIBLE SOCIETY FOR ALL

  By Dr. Adefemi Obalade Disability occurs when there is an impairment that may affect developmental, cognitive, mental, physical, and emotional state of a person or […]