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Justice and Reconciliation in Africa

  • 7 April. Business Day. PANAMA GAPS DILUTE TRUTH ABOUT SICK SYSTEM. Op-Ed. Kelly-Jo Bluen. South Africa. Print/Online.
  • 18 April. Defence Web. ISS: Think again – in adversity there is opportunity for the international criminal Court. Cited in article .Kelly-Jo Bluen. South Africa.
  • 20 April. Business Day. CELL C CEO glibly relays corporate patriarchy. Op-Ed. Kelly-Jo Bluen. South Africa. Print/Online.
  • 26 April. Business Day Live. LETTER: BLUEN’S BIASED BRUSH. Cited in article. Kelly-Jo Bluen. South Africa. Print/Online.

Policy and Analysis

2 Business Day MINIMUM WAGE COULD LEAD TO JOB LOSSES AMONG POOREST, NEW REPORT SHOWS Cited in article TA South Africa Print/Online
2 City Press R5000 MINIMUM WAGE COULD HURT THE MOST VULNERABLE, WARN RESEARCHERS Cited in article TA South Africa Print/Online
2 Politics Web RACE: WHY WE NEED A NATIONAL ACTION PLAN – JOHN JEFFERY Cited in article SARB South Africa Print/Online
3 Die Burger ”
MINIMUM LOON: MEER SKADE AS GOED” Cited in article TA South Africa Print/Online
3 Business Day STATE SIDES WITH MINIMUM WAGE Cited in article IJR South Africa Print/Online
3 702 MOTION OF NO CONFIDENCE IN PARLIAMENT Cited in discussion IJR SA Radio
3 Munghana Lonene FM NATIONAL MINIMUM WAGE interview feature Ayanda Nyoka SA Radio
3 The Witness MINIMUM WAGE CAN CUT LOW-PAID JOBS Cited in article TA South Africa Print/Online
3 IOL WARNING ON HIGH MINIMUM WAGE Cited in article TA South Africa Print/Online
3 Pretoria News ‘HIGH MINIMUM WAGE WILL SHED JOBS’ Cited in article TA South Africa Print/Online
3 Cape Times STATE OF THE ECONOMY Cited in article TA South Africa Print/Online
3 Business Day WE SIDE WITH A MINIMUM WAGE, SAYS RAMAPHOSA Cited in article TA South Africa Print/Online
4 Business Day Live LAND REFORM FAILURES COSTLY FOR ALL Cited in article TA South Africa Print/Online
4 Eyewitness News 3 INVESTIGATIONS UNDERWAY INTO VIOLENT UFS PROTESTS Cited in article TA South Africa Print/Online
6 Sunday Times NARROW WEALTH GAP BY IMPROVING SKILLS Cited in article TA South Africa Print/Online
6 City Press THE RACE WAR 85% OF US WON’T FIGHT Cited in article TA South Africa Print/Online
7 The New Age MINIMUM WAGE ROW ONGOING Cited in article TA South Africa Print/Online
8 Kyknet RECENT RACIAL OUTBREAKS ESPECIALLY ON SOCIAL MEDIA interview feature Jan Hofmeyr  SA TV
10 Rand Daily Mail ZUMA — A RULER WHO HAS LOST THE TRUST OF THE NATION Cited in article Afrobarometer South Africa Print/Online
11 All Africa South Africa must become more inclusive Cited in article SARB South Africa Print/Online
11 Mail & Guardian  Free up information on our past, painful though it may be Cited in article IJR South Africa Print/Online
15 The Herald PRESIDENT STILL TOPS – SURVEY Cited in article Afrobarometer South Africa Print/Online
15 Cape Times THREE ANTI-RACISM WEEK EVENTS FOR CAPE Cited in article IJR South Africa Print/Online
15 Germiston City News FIRST ANTI-RACISM WEEK TAKES CENTRE STAGE Cited in article Afrobarometer South Africa Print/Online
15 Cape Times Reach out, show solidarity and rise above differences, , Cited in article Afrobarometer South Africa Print/Online
15   Pretoria East Rekord Racism at all our doorsteps Cited in article Afrobarometer South Africa Print/Online
15 Highway Mail JOIN US AS WE #TAKEONRACISM Cited in article IJR South Africa Print/Online
15 All Africa ZIMBABWE: PRESIDENT STILL TOPS – SURVEY Cited in article Afrobarometer South Africa Print/Online
15 News Day ‘DESPERATE’ MUGABE REVOKES PAST GLORY Cited in article Afrobarometer South Africa Print/Online
17 The Star Late Edition BILL AS IT STANDS FORSAKES THE LANDLESS POOR Cited in article TA South Africa Print/Online
17 Business Day live WE CANNOT HAVE A LEADER WHO CEDES PART OF HIS JOB TO CORRUPT BUSINESS INTERESTS Cited in article TA South Africa Print/Online
19 Saturday Star  NON-RACISM BEGINS IN THE HEART AND ITS FACE IS EQUALITY Cited in article Afrobarometer South Africa Print/Online
23 All Africa AFRICA: WILL AFRICA’S MOST-REGARDED DEMOCRACIES MEET THEIR CITIZENS’ EXPECTATIONS IN 2016? Cited in article Afrobarometer South Africa Print/Online
29 African Brains SOUTH AFRICA MUST BECOME MORE INCLUSIVE Cited in article SARB South Africa Print/Online
31 Wall Street Journal ZUMA FLOUTED SOUTH AFRICAN CONSTITUTION, COURT SAYS Cited in article Afrobarometer South Africa Print/Online
31  City AM SOUTH AFRICA’S TRAGIC UNRAVELLING IS THE LAST NAIL IN THE COFFIN FOR THE BRICS Cited in article Afrobarometer South Africa Print/Online
31 Wall Street Journal SOUTH AFRICA’S ZUMA EXPECTED TO SURVIVE IMPEACHMENT MOTION IN PARLIAMENT Cited in article Afrobarometer South Africa
  • 5 April. All Africa. AFRICA GOES TO DEMOCRATIC POLLS Cited in article Afrobarometer. South Africa. Print/Online.
  • 8 April. Business Day live. KEY ACTORS DO NOT WANT PRESIDENT TO GO JUST YET Cited in article. Afrobarometer. South Africa Print/Online.
  • 11 April. Sowetan. NO HEALTHCARE FOR HALF OF AFRICANS Cited in article. Afrobarometer. South Africa. Print/Online.
  • 15 April. The Star Late Edition. No documents, no resolution, no prosecutions Cited in article. Hennie van Vuuren. South Africa. Print/Online.
  • 21 April. Sowetan Live SA better now than during apartheid‚ but little socioeconomic change. Cited in article. Afrobarometer. South Africa Print/Online.
  • 21 April. The witness More citizens are losing their faith in SA’s future. Cited in article. Afrobarometer. South Africa. Print/Online.
  • 21 April. The New Age South Africans still committed to national unity. Cited in article. Afrobarometer. South Africa. Print/Online.
  • 21 April. Business Day live Pessimism increases in SA. Cited in article. Afrobarometer. South Africa. Radio.
  • SA FM AFROBAROMETER HAS REVEALED THAT MORE THAN HALF OF ALL SOUTH AFRICANS HAVE A NEGATIVE PERCEPTION OF THE ECONOMY interview feature. Sibusiso Nkomo. SA. Print/Online.
  • 21 April. IOL ‘Not the end of Arms Deal saga’ Cited in article Hennie van Vuuren South Africa Print/Online.
  • 21 April. eNCA SOUTH AFRICANS CRITICAL ABOUT COUNTRY’S GLOOMY ECONOMY. interview feature. Rorisang Lekalake. S. TV.
  • 21 April. Cape Argus Critics of procurement deal vow to carry on fight. Cited in article. Hennie van Vuuren. South Africa Print/Online.
  • 22 April. The New Age Cohesion ‘still a problem’ Cited in article. Afrobarometer. South Africa. Print/Online.
  • 22 April. The Conversation South Africans still committed to national unity despite growing dissatisfaction. Cited in article. Afrobarometer. South Africa. Print/Online.
  • 22 April. Cape Talk. Arms deal critic Van Vuuren says Seriti report ‘is certainly a whitewash’ Cited in article. Hennie van Vuuren.South Africa. Print/Online.
  • 24 April. Sunday Times. SO MANY QUESTIONS Cited in article Hennie van Vuuren. South Africa. Print/Online.
  • 25 April. The Witness. WHAT SOUTH AFRICANS THINK Op-Ed Rorisang Lekalake. South Africa. Print/Online.
  • 27 April. News24. SHOCKING STATS FOR SA YOUTH. Cited in article. Afrobarometer. South Africa.