July 7, 2023

Rekindling the Mandela Legacy: Why South Africa Desperately Needs It?

By: Maria Goyayi Nelson Mandela, the first black South African President, and an iconic anti-apartheid leader, has left quite a remarkable legacy to South Africa and […]
June 23, 2023

Civic education is vital in promoting youth participation in elections. Here’s why:

By: Tyesha Pillay Globally, voter participation is considered one of the primary cornerstones of democracy and the simplest method towards guaranteeing that a political system is […]
June 22, 2023

Kungani Imfundo Ephakeme eNingizimu Afrika yehluleka ukulungiselela ikusasa lentsha ukuze ithole imisebenzi?

Stanley O. Ehiane no Paul Kariuki Kulesikhathi lapho izimo zomnotho ezingeni lomhlaba ziya ngokushintsha kanye nomphakathi othuthukayo ngolwazi, imfundo iya ngokubaluleka kakhulu. Ngakho ukuthuthukisa abasebenzi ngolwazi […]
June 21, 2023

Mobilising our youth to actively participate in formal political processes is critically important for our democracy.

By: Stef Terblanche In recognition of the role South Africa’s youth played in ending apartheid and bringing about democracy, June is recognised as Youth Month, while […]
June 15, 2023

Democracy is for using, not mocking

By: Steven Friedman, For the people in South Africa whose voices matter, democracy is working far better than expected. All it needs is citizens who appreciate […]
June 14, 2023

Why is the Tertiary Education in South Africa Ineffective in Preparing Young People for the Work Place?

By: Stanley Ehiane, In the current era of the neoliberal economic revolution, the global economic order, and the rising knowledge society, the education system is becoming […]
June 14, 2023

Articulation of Graduate Unemployment in SA Remains A Work in Progress in Higher Education Sector

By: Norah Hashim Msuya South Africa’s higher education sector has witnessed significant growth in recent years, providing increased access to tertiary education. The sector has long […]
June 9, 2023

Ingabe kusho ukuthini ukufakwa kweThekwini Metro ngaphansi kwesigaba 154 kubahlali ?

Paul Kariuki no  Avin Bhola Lesisimo uMasipala weTheku akuso singaguquka senziwe ngcono, kodwa ukuze lokhu kwenzeke, kungadinga ukubambisana phakathi kwezinhlaka ezahlukene. Ngokusho kuka: Paul Kariuki ekanye […]
June 7, 2023

Youth Unemployment in South Africa Can Be Reduced: Pragmatic Policy Possibilities

By: Nneka Akwu, On a global scale, youth unemployment is a significant socioeconomic development issue, and it poses a threat to national development since it has […]
June 5, 2023

The rising cost of living impacts youth employment in South Africa. Here’s How

By: Adebimpe Ofusori The rate of unemployment among the youths in South Africa has been extremely high over the years that it is referred to as […]
June 4, 2023

Social entrepreneurship can reduce youth unemployment in South Africa: Here’s how

By: Lizzy Ofusori Youth unemployment is a critical challenge faced by most South Africans. Many young South Africans struggle with unemployment, poverty, and inequality, and most […]
June 2, 2023

Informal Economy Can Create Jobs for the Unemployed Youth in South Africa: Here is how

By: Maria Goyayi The ever-increasing unemployment rates, especially among the youth have proven to be a persisting crisis in South Africa. While unemployment remains a crisis […]
May 23, 2023

Women’s labour rights must be protected. Here’s why:

By: Tyesha Pillay, Since 1994, Worker’s Day is annually celebrated on the 1st of May. This day serves as an opportunity to both reflect on the […]
May 18, 2023

You are known by the company you keep: Do Pretoria’s shifting foreign relations pose any threat to our democracy?

By: Stef Terblanche The well-known proverb says you will be known by the company you keep. This proverb dramatically came to mind when on 11 May […]
May 16, 2023

Strange Bedfellows: Labour Protests and Populist Political Rhetoric in South Africa

By: Norah Msuya Political protests can be devastating since they can cause economic setbacks and the loss of life. Protests in South Africa are no longer […]
May 15, 2023

African Migrant Workers should access social protection: Here is why

By: Maria Goyayi Social protection is defined as the set of policies and programmes that targets at improving people’s livelihood through enhancing their capacity to manage […]
May 15, 2023

‘Saving’ democracy by shrinking it?

By: Steven Friedman THIS country’s politicians and pundits support democracy – unless they find it inconvenient. We have been reminded of this by some of the […]
May 15, 2023

African Union Celebrates 20 Years since Inception: Successes, Challenges and Lessons Learned

By Nneka Akwu The African Union (AU) is an international organization that was officially established in Durban, South Africa, on July 9, 2002, as a replacement […]
May 10, 2023

Workers’ rights in times of political uncertainty: whose voice matters?

By: Dr. Adebimpe Ofusori All workers have equal rights, regardless of their status, nationality, or political beliefs. Section 23 of the South African Constitution guarantees that […]
May 8, 2023

Fostering Fair Labour migration governance in South Africa: policy implications

By: Stanley Ehiane, The complexity and diversity of the migration narrative have recently escalated in both speed and direction due to the myriad economic, environmental, and […]