Publications

Publications South Africa

| Promoting Democracy and Civil Participation | Publication

A home-grown analysis of the media landscape in Africa: SOUTH AFRICA 2021


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| Socio Economic | Publication

Understanding the political assumptions, ideologies and strategies that underpin government initiatives for employment creation in Sub-Saharan Africa…


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| Socio Economic | Publication

Public spending on public transport in Gauteng has not greatly improved use of or access to busses and trains, or facilitated formalisation of the…


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| Promoting Democracy and Civil Participation | Publication

Elections do not play out in isolation. In this context MISTRA’s report on the local government elections of 2021 goes beyond the historic event of 1…


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| Socio Economic | Publication

As a social security measure, the BIG is a necessary means to enhance income security for all through

the redistribution of wealth generated by all.


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| Socio Economic | Event, Publication

A report into the absence of water governance in the Limpopo River Catchment.


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| Socio Economic | Publication, News

Failures of inclusive development in South Africa. Policy brief 3 by Lisa Thompson and Hazel Shirinda July 2021

 


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| Socio Economic | Publication, News

Geopolitical & economic drivers of the Musina-Makhado SEZ (MMSEZ). Policy brief by Lisa Thompson and Hazel Shirinda July 2021


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| International Relations | Publication

This book builds on a series of expert discussions and can be viewed as three concentric circles. Based on an analysis of these three concentric…


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| Socio Economic | Publication, News

Civil society perspectives from Kenya, the Kyrgyz Republic, Morocco and the Philippines


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20.04.2021 | Socio Economic | Publication

The introduction of a Universal Basic Income Guarantee (UBIG) is one of the best tools available to reduce poverty, hunger, and destitution. The South…


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Sonia Phalatse | Socio Economic | Publication

The South African government is undertaking a massive infrastructure drive in an effort to revive growth and increase employment. This comes at a time…


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Sonia Phalatse | Socio Economic | Publication

POLICY BRIEF

The South African government is undertaking a massive infrastructure drive in an effort to revive growth and increase employment. This…


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| Socio Economic | Publication, News

Tackling energy poverty and improving community engagement in the Western Cape.


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Robert Kappel | International Relations | Publication, News

The European Union’s (EU) relations with the African continent are facing a distinct set of challenges. Contrary to the expectations of both African…


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03.11.2020 | Socio Economic | Publication, News

This document aims to open debate and discussion about alternative pathways to universal health coverage (UHC) beyond the proposals contained in the…


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12.08.2020 | Promoting Democracy and Civil Participation | Publication, News

A literature review informing critical policy choices report on the National Health Insurance


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24.07.2020 | Socio Economic | Publication, News

Before Covid-19 replaced Eskom’s crisis as the central issue facing the country, it was only unions and their very close allies that held a consistent…


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| Socio Economic | Publication

African Centre for Citizenship and Democracy Policy Paper #2/2 on South Africa’s Special Economic Zones in Global Socio-Economic Context November…


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| Socio Economic | Publication

ACCEDE POLICY WORKING PAPER NO.1 Adverse international and local conditions for South Africa’s Special Economic Zones

South Africa’s Special Economic…


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04.05.2020 | Socio Economic | Publication, News

The proposed Electro Metallurgical Special Economic Zone (EMSEZ) threat in Makhado is both a huge risk to water users and the environment in the…


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04.12.2018 | Promoting Democracy and Civil Participation | Publication

A Youth Mandate to Political Parties.


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04.10.2018 | International Relations | Publication

The University of Johannesburg’s (UJ) Institute for Pan-African Thought and Conversation (IPATC) and the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES) co-hosted two…


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17.09.2018 | Publication, News

The Centre for Conflict Resolution (CCR), Cape Town, South Africa, hosted a policy advisory group seminar at the Townhouse Hotel in Cape Town, on 17…


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07.08.2018 | Youth leadership programme | Publication

Just energy transition: community ownership, jobs and the furture of the renewable energy systems.


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08.12.2017 | International Relations | Publication

In this edited volume, the authors assess the position and input of actors beyond the traditional structure of the Presidency and the Department of…


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Solutions to the hunger crisis in South Africa have failed us, particularly those emanating from the market or the government. It is for this reason…


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The National Minimum Wage Research Initiative (NMW-RI) is an independent academic research project run by the Corporate Strategy and Industrial…


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In South Africa there are numerous instances of failed accountability and regulatory systems, which have implications for the deepening of democracy.…


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Fiscal Histories of Sub-Saharan Africa is a Working Papers series produced by the Public Affairs Research Institute (PARI), with the aim of…


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The history of taxation in South Africa was shaped by the complex relations between the native Africans and colonial settlers. Drawing on the…


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Mining and Rural Struggles in Mokopane, Limpopo


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The Politics of the Bapo/Lonmin Royalty-to-Equity Conversion.


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Electing Councillors - A guide to municipal elections


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Publications from the Digital Library

The Southern African development community

Cawthra, Gavin; Van Nieuwkerk, Anthoni

The Southern African development community

regional renaissance? Security in a globalized world
Bonn, 2005]

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Bussiek, Hendrik

Long walks to media freedom

case studies and lessons learnt from countries in transition from authoritarian rule to democracy
Bonn, 2003

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Consolidating working class power for quality jobs

Rechmann, Werner

Consolidating working class power for quality jobs

COSATUs 8th national congress, 16 - 19 September 2003. Midrand
Bonn, 2004

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Security governance in South Africa

Security governance in South Africa

paper for the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung Security Governance Project
Bonn, 2004]

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Consolidating working class power for quality jobs

Rechmann, Werner

Consolidating working class power for quality jobs

COSATU's 8th national congress, 16 - 19 September 2003, Midrand
Bonn, 2004

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South Africa: the new divide

Schmidt, Siegmar

South Africa: the new divide

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The role of regional trade union federations in social dialogue

Nauerz, Myriam

The role of regional trade union federations in social dialogue

a comparison of the European Union and SADC
Bonn, 2005

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Comrades, entrepreneurs and career unionists

Buhlungu, Sakhela

Comrades, entrepreneurs and career unionists

organisational modernisation and new cleavages among COSATU union officials
Bonn, 2005

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The inter-Congolese dialogue

Naidoo, Sagaren

The inter-Congolese dialogue

negotiations for a democratic state or the formalisation of a new scramble?
Johannesburg, 2002, 2010

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The political role of the councillor

Joseph, Carmel

The political role of the councillor

Carmel Joseph. - 1. publ.. - Johannesburg : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, South Africa Office, 2002. - 41 S. = 208 KB, PDF-File. - (Occasional paper
Johannesburg, 2002, 2010

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