South Africa's Integrated Resource Plan for Electricity reflects a global trend away from nuclear energy. But the government's actions suggest otherwise.
The stalemate in Tshwane is a manifestation of coalition arrangements that serve the partisan interests of parties, to the detriment of citizens.
South Africa’s lockdown rules started with high legitimacy. But it has been eroded and has now dissolved.
The president's handling of the pandemic has been one of the more eccentric on the continent.
Africa is now formally free of colonial rule. Yet, the aim of remembering and furthering the fight for self determination remains relevant as ever.
US and international law conflicts about who would be in charge if a private company established a Moon base or colonized Mars.
COVID-19 has brought to the fore the interdependency of business and society. It's time for amendments to the social contract that underlies societal support for business.
Governments must take note of specific geographic contexts and local attributes that drive water insecurity.
South Africa suffers capability deficiencies and institutional stasis due to poor political management.
The most popular broadcast medium in Ghana has gone through a politically fuelled evolution that has strengthened it.
The digitization of health care in Canada has been a bumpy ride — due to lack of focus on governance, and lack of emphasis on interoperability, transparency and accountability.
What happens when a leader's beliefs and decisions have an indirect negative impact on the business?
Board directors of our biggest companies simply aren't equipped to take on management. An idea floated 50 years ago could help.
Today’s autocrats rarely use brute force to wrest control. A human rights and international law scholar details the modern authoritarian's latest methods to grab and hold power.
All institutions that offer doctoral-level qualifications are about to undergo a national review in response to the concerns about quality.
The real crisis with water supply is that South Africa doesn't know what it doesn't know.
Unpacking what South Africa's new energy plan says about nuclear energy.
The foundations of orderliness for any city are planning and management. Lagos had this in place in the early days.
The DRC's state and public administration didn’t disappear, but changed: they were being built from the ground up, tailor-made to local actors’ interests.
Indonesia needs a digital affairs ministry if it wants to tap growing potential and tackle mounting issues.