Five months ago, Cyclone Idai ripped through the Southern African region, causing a massive humanitarian disaster that affected three million people.
Every week a group of bubbly South African teens crowd into a studio to play hip-hop music and trade views on the scourge of neighbourhood gun crime for their community radio show.
On the eve of South Africa’s sixth democratic elections on 8 May, thousands of young people took to Twitter to state reasons for why they had no intention to cast their votes. They used the hashtag #IWantToVoteBut.
South Africa’s manufacturing output hit its highest in two years, rising 4.6% year-on-year in April after increasing by a revised 1.3% in March, the statistics agency said on Tuesday.
Author: Nkoe A Montja The IEC in South Africa has always recorded an increasing number of voter during countrywide registration processes. In economics such an increase is called a “depreciating increase”, whereby one increase is always lower than the previous one. As expected, this would raise political party expectations coming into the voting outcomes. The […]
Analysts say rapid economic growth is needed to address the country’s unemployment crisis.
With almost 195 burglaries and 55 robberies occur in commercial spaces daily; as we approach Easter holidays, cash volumes are expected to rise, making retailers vulnerable to such crimes.
For many years, scholars have focused on women’s representation in legislatures. But in many African states power is in fact concentrated in the executive branch.
South Africa holds its sixth national election on May 8, coinciding with the country’s celebration of its silver jubilee as a democracy this year. The poll to choose national and provincial legislators is being billed as the most significant since apartheid ended in 1994.