southern Africa
Largely on their own – again

Largely on their own – again

Indigenous peoples and COVID-19: the struggle continues You have read all of your free articles, to continue reading simply register to claim your complimentary three-day all-access pass. Registration is quick and free...

A clear and present threat

A clear and present threat

Climate change: perceptions and experiences Although nearly 60% of Africans are aware of climate change, some of the continent’s most influential countries lag behind in widespread awareness Across the continent,...

Demystifying the science

Demystifying the science

An African NPO combines traditional investigative reporting techniques with data analysis and geo-mapping to help track eco-offences. South Africa has laws and processes that cater for public participation in the...

Zimbabwe’s elephant in the room

Zimbabwe’s elephant in the room

EDITORIAL The contemporary political history of southern Africa has placed constitutionalism at the forefront of the struggle for good governance. The social contract between the state and its citizens has a chequered...