Land reform, redistribution, and risk: Towards an...
At the end of February 2018, a motion was put forward by the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), a far-left opposition party, to revisit South Africa’s Constitution and amend it...
IGC Quick Clicks: How will technology impact the...
Did you know that once upon a time in the UK there was a designated person, often a night watchman or ‘knock upper’, to wake people up every morning? Then came alarms and...
Is GDP an adequate measure of development?
An increasing GDP is often seen as a measure of welfare and economic success. However, it fails to account for the multi-dimensional nature of development or the inherent...
From roads to regulation: Realistic transport...
Across developing cities, transportation is struggling to keep up with rapid population growth. Transport systems that are supposed to connect individuals to jobs, services,...
Mozambique’s private sector in the context of...
This case study examines the conflict dynamics in post-independence Mozambique, and how the private sector has developed in response to both conflict and peace.
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