Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) is a policy in South Africa that aims to rebalance the racial socio-economic disparities that still exist today. It does this by giving economic privileges to certain groups of the society: mainly Blacks, Coloureds, Indians
A world without war. That was the dream of the United Nations’ founding fathers. They had lived through World War II and they didn't want a repeat of the atrocities and destruction they had witnessed. They wanted permanent peace for future generations.
Over the past few months, South Africa's Eskom (Electrical Supply Commission) have had to implement heavy load shedding. Also known as rolling blackouts, these planned periods of electricity cuts are not new to South Africa. They are undertaken in order to reduce the
Academia has a key role to play in making agricultural investment successful Policy processes such as investment planning require consensus building and careful management of competing claims and interests. However, they also need to be based on hard facts and analysis: