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Africa Watch Xenophobia costing South Africa in Africa
Nigeria is effectively exploiting the South African government’s ambivalent approach to xenophobia in the country. South Africa’s reputation in Africa which has been
04 Mar 2017 - G. C.
Xenophobia Watch South Africa a ‘failed state’ on xenophobia management
South Africans must brace themselves for more xenophobic violence after two decades of failure to deal effectively with the issue and dropping into dangerous denialism. Blaming
28 Feb 2017 - P. C.
Africa Watch It’s time SA tuned into Africa’s views on its role on the continent
In the diplomatic world perceptions matter as much as facts in the formulation of policy responses and the constraints on success and it’s time South Africa tunes into
28 Jan 2017
Africa Watch Final throw of the dice for Mugabe?
President Robert Mugabe survived many past threats to his rule in Zimbabwe, but this time he might have reached a bridge too far. There are also serious implications for South
07 Jul 2016 - G. C.
Governance Watch Traditional leadership – time to compromise
The role and position of traditional leaders is under scrutiny in South Africa and has become part of, at times, heated public debate. The South African constitution recognises
11 Jul 2015 - G. C.
Let's Think Could the Defence Force play a role in local elections?
On the field of the fast-moving media the recent xenophobic violence and the resultant Operation Fiela have been kicked off the pitch by the Fifa scandal – probably
07 Jun 2015 - P. C.
Let's Think Where does the divide between freedom of and hate speech lie?
The shooting last week in Dallas, Texas, of two suspected gunmen at an exhibition of cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad raises the question: Where does the divide between freedom of
07 May 2015 - P. C.
Xenophobia Watch President Zuma goes on the offensive
After some hesitation the South African government went on the offensive to deal with xenophobia, but the rest of Africa also needs to play ball. No explanation, no apology,
02 May 2015 - G. C.
Africa Watch South Africa and Nigeria entangled in a family feud
While both South Africa and Nigeria profess to adhere to a pan-Africanist brotherhood, the relationship between the two countries is increasingly taking on the shape of a family
02 May 2015 - P. C.
Final Word An immigrant that is not hated, rather loved and toasted – often
Not all migrants to South Africa are hated. In fact, at least one has become so loved and often toasted that he – or is it she? – is mostly assumed to be indigenous,
02 May 2015 - P. C.

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