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Assessing and promoting civil and minority rights in South Africa.
The South African Monitor Report of April 2019 is available here.
The South African Monitor Report of April 2019 is available here.
The South African Monitor Report of April 2019 is available here.
Read more on the political risks of business in the next two years here.
Read more on the political risks of business in the next two years here.
Read more on the political risks of business in the next two years here.
Information about the threat to property and investor rights in South Africa available here.
Information about the threat to property and investor rights in South Africa available here.
Information about the threat to property and investor rights in South Africa available here.
Information on South Africa's foreign policy and anti-Western rhetoric.
Information on South Africa's foreign policy and anti-Western rhetoric.
Information on South Africa's foreign policy and anti-Western rhetoric.

SAM jeug[Source: http://www.cnbcafrica.com/news/southern-africa/2014/06/06/safrica%E2%80%99s-youth-hardest-hit-by-unemployment/ by Nicole Naidoo.]

The youth of South Africa are finding it increasingly challenging to find employment, Statistics South Africa (StatsSA) said.

“The results suggest that in common with countries across the globe, compared with adults, youth face particular challenges in gaining employment in the South African labour market. Read more

SAM PIC MG[Source: http://mg.co.za/article/2014-06-05-zumas-oil-crony-lands-r15bn-more by Stefaans Brummer and James Wood.]

The Public Investment Corporation (PIC) has quietly handed over another R1.5-billion of civil servants’ pension savings to Texas oilman Kase Lawal, despite saying repeatedly that it would hold off until his loss-making company tapped significant new oil in Nigeria, proving its viability.  The second tranche of the PIC’s $270-million (almost R3-billion) investment in Camac Energy was paid on May 6, the day before the national elections. Read more

SAM Justice[Source: http://www.dailymaverick.co.za/article/2014-06-06-analysis-judging-the-judges/#.U5VeJ7mKDIV by Rebecca Davis.]

Judges matter. This is, of course, the reason why many people have been getting so anxious about Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng’s utterances about law and religion: because judges not only have the power to decide the fate of those who appear before them accused of a crime, but their statements are accorded a special heft due to their position in our society. But particularly when it comes to sentencing discretion, South African judges sometimes reveal themselves to be deeply fallible. It’s one reason why we should all keep a beady eye on who gets appointed to the judiciary – and how. Read more

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South Africa’s ranking as worst in the world for its maths and science education is “a state of emergency”, the opposition has said.

The Democratic Alliance called for a full skills audit of all maths, science and technology teachers.

The World Economic Forum (WEF) report on information technology assessed the economies of 148 countries. Read more

South Africa at a Glance
57 700 000 (mid 2018 estimate)
4.5% y/y in March 2019 (CPI) & +6.2 y/y in March 2019 (PPI)
1.4% q/q (4th quarter of 2018)
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