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Making Zondo’s findings count is not government’s job alone

Making Zondo’s findings count is not government’s job alone

Given South Africa’s poor record on implementing the advice of commissions, business and civil society must pitch in. South Africa’s Zondo commission of inquiry into state capture, corruption and fraud handed the first of its three-part report to President Cyril...

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To hell with Shell?

To hell with Shell?

The 26th Conference of the Parties (COP26) has recently concluded in Glasgow. That there was sunshine in that part of the world was perhaps all the evidence one needs that climate change is real. Humour aside, it is difficult to overstate the fact that a climate...

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COP26: Evaluating its outcomes from an African perspective

COP26: Evaluating its outcomes from an African perspective

On 12 November 2021, the United Nations 26th Annual Climate Summit (COP26) concluded in Glasgow with a series of new commitments and pledges signed to address the global climate crisis. Despite this, Africa, the continent most affected by climate change, failed to...

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