May 21

May 15

  • South Africa: Institutions in Crisis, Continued [analysis]

    As South African President Jacob Zuma took yet another trip to Russia, the country's institutions continued operating in a state of grave uncertainty. Not that Zuma seems the... Read more »

May 08

  • South Africa: The Young and the Violent [analysis]

    So, when all the foreigners have left South Africa and all the colonial statues have been removed, who will the youth turn to next to direct their frustrations? Read more »

May 06

May 04

April 28

April 27

  • South Africa: Xenophobia Pushes Diplomats Into Damage Control [analysis]

    When South African Minister of International Relations and Cooperation Maite Nkoana-Mashabane spoke to diplomats in Pretoria on 17 April, her address contained all the usual... Read more »

April 22

April 21

  • South Africa: ISS Annual Review Wins Prism Award [press release]

    The Institute for Security Studies (ISS) Annual Review won in the publications category at the 2015 PRISM Awards on 19 April. The awards recognise excellence and innovation in... Read more »

April 17

April 15

April 14

  • South Africa: Taking the I Out of IEC? [analysis]

    Sometimes taking points of principle have unintended and uncomfortable consequences. Recently, we felt some of that as Vuma Mashinini, advisor to South Africa's President Jacob... Read more »

April 09

March 31

  • South Africa: Can We Blame You Now, President Zuma? [analysis]

    While speaking to local government officials recently, South African President Jacob Zuma jokingly said: 'Anything that goes wrong in the country it's "that Zuma". I'm sure even if... Read more »

March 30

March 25

March 23

March 12

March 09

March 03

  • South Africa: When I Grow Up I Want to Be Corrupt! [analysis]

    A lack of accountability by senior officials and politicians, combined with perceptions of high levels of corruption, could prove detrimental to the future prospects of young South... Read more »

March 02

  • South Africa: Secrecy and the Politics of Disruption [analysis]

    In South Africa, we have stumbled upon a new trend: that of disrupting the business of legislatures, be it the national Parliament or provincial legislatures. It seems, though,... Read more »

February 23

February 17

February 13

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