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Informal economies are diverse: South African policies need to recognise this

South Africa is currently mulling over ideas and agreements that recently came out of a two-day jobs summit.

Scene is set for interesting contest in Zimbabwe’s upcoming poll

Zimbabweans are heading to the polls on July 30.

University writing groups provide an unexpected space for change

In a seminal paper on what constitutes quality in education, scholars Lee Harvey and Diana Green argue that a “quality education” is one in which a student experiences a “personal transformation” as a result of enhancing and empowering mechanisms.

Land claims in South Africa: it’s about the meaning of the land, not just money

Land distribution and people’s access to land have always been high on the political agenda in South Africa.

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South Africa’s Cape Rockjumper numbers are falling and we’re not sure why

Date Released : 31/05/2018

The Cape Rockjumper (Chaetops frenatus) is a bird found only high in the mountains of south-western South Africa - and its days may be numbered.