Author: Nox Makunga Associate Professor: Medicinal plant biotechnology, Stellenbosch University Disclosure statement Nox Makunga receives funding from the National Research Foundation (NRF), Stellenbosch University’s Division of Research Development and the Technology Innovation Agency. Partners: Stellenbosch University Stellenbosch University provides support… Read More ›
by Joshua P. Meltzer Editor’s Note: On January 29, Joshua Meltzer testified before the United States International Trade Commission on deepening the U.S.-Africa trade and investment relationship. INTRODUCTION The United States trade relationship with sub-Saharan Africa remains underdeveloped. In fact, U.S…. Read More ›
Author: Danny Bradlow SARCHI Professor of International Development Law and African Economic Relations, University of Pretoria Disclosure statement: Danny Bradlow’s SARCHI Chair is funded by the National Research Foundation. Partners: University of Pretoria University of Pretoria provides funding as a… Read More ›
Elections are here again and it is all about winning and forming a government. Removing a performing Party from power can be very challenging and not feasible in the coming elections.
One is liberal, the other conservative; but both revolutionaries and pragmatic with a kind heart and determination to sacrifice for the good of society.
The APC party/government had over 50 dual citizens who served as MPs in the recently dissolved Parliament, and there are still people with dual citizenship and foreign nationals serving as MINSTERS in the current government in flagrant violation of section 76 of the Constitution.
Author: Nic Cheeseman Professor of Democracy, University of Birmingham Disclosure statement: Nic Cheeseman does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organization that would benefit from this article, and has disclosed no relevant… Read More ›