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  • ISI | Media Coverage - 2024

    Media Coverage - 2024 Jul 17, 2024 ​ ​ ​ A people of national unity must rise to recalibrate the future of the country ​ ​ ​ ​ Mail & Guardian: Klaus Kotzé Up Jul 5, 2024 ​ ​ ​ New approach needed by UN Security Council P5 ​ ​ ​ ​ Cape Argus: Daryl Swanepoel Up Jul 5, 2024 ​ ​ ​ New approach needed by UN Security Council P5 ​ ​ ​ ​ Daily News: Daryl Swanepoel Up Jul 3, 2024 ​ ​ ​ ​ Diversity is a source of strength, rather than a cause of division ​ ​ ​ ​ United Nations SA Up Jul 2, 2024 ​ ​ ​ Diversity is a source of strength, rather than a cause of division ​ ​ ​ Mail & Guardian: Eva Kiwango Up Jul 1, 2024 ​ ​ ​ Projet de décision déposé par le Président de l’Assemblée générale ​ ​ ​ United Nations Up Jun 27, 2024 ​ ​ Key considerations for election week, plus a pollster’s prediction ​ ​ Daily Maverick: Ferial Haffajee Up Jun 26, 2024 ​ The GNU needs a complete mindset change: Daryl Swanepoel weighs in ​ Banoyi: Daryl Swanepoel Up Jun 26, 2024 ​ The GNU needs a complete mindset change: Daryl Swanepoel weighs in ​ SABC: Daryl Swanepoel Up Jun 25, 2024 ​ GNU promises exciting and inclusive future — don’t squander it for 30 pieces of silver ​ Daily Maverick: Daryl Swanepoel Up Jun 25, 2024 ​ Murder suspect in alleged Cape Town construction mafia case to appear in court on Tuesday ​ News365: Omie Chester Up Jun 25, 2024 ​ Murder suspect in Cape Town ‘construction mafia’ case to appear in court on Tuesday ​ The Citizen: Jarryd Westerdale Up Jun 22, 2024 ​ KZN man’s close shave with death ​ The Witness: Khethukuthula Xulu Up Jun 20, 2024 ​ Time to bring private sector into SEZs ​ Business Day: Tumelo Chipfupa Up Jun 14, 2024 ​ Developing a Youth Labour Market Index for SouthAfrica at the sub-national level ​ stateofthenation.gov.za Up Jun 14, 2024 ​ System is not collapsing: Is SA getting healthier? ​ Cape Argus: Daryl Swanpoel Up Jun 14, 2024 ​ System is not collapsing: Is SA getting healthier? ​ Daily News: Daryl Swanpoel Up Jun 9, 2024 ​ Dwase Thomasse sluk hul ongeloof ​ Rapport: Dawie Boonzaaier Up Jun 9, 2024 ​ Dwase Thomasse sluk hul ongeloof ​ Netwerk24: Dawie Boonzaaier Up Jun 4, 2024 ​ New municipal bill prepares SA for coalition governments ​ MoneyWeb: Ciaran Ryan Up Jun 1, 2024 ​ ‘Worried about the future’: South Africans flee to UK despite vote for change ​ iNews: Joe Walsh Up May 31, 2024 ​ A safer SA? Gap between perception and evidence ​ Cape Argus: Daryl Swanepoel Up May 31, 2024 ​ A safer SA? Divide between perception and evidence ​ The Star: Daryl Swanepoel Up May 31, 2024 ​ A safer SA? Divide between perception and evidence ​ Daily News: Daryl Swanepoel Up May 29, 2024 ​ We’re set for another ‘free and fair’ general election – experts after IEC, cops handle incidents ​ The Citizen: Brian Sokutu Up May 29, 2024 ​ Magsdeling so moontlik ​ Netwerk24: Coetzee Bester Up May 29, 2024 ​ Alternatief vir 'n koalisieregering ​ Volksblad: Daryl Swanepoel Up May 29, 2024 ​ Magsdeling so moontlik ​ Die Burger: Coetzee Bester Up May 29, 2024 ​ Magsdeling so moontlik ​ Beeld: Coetzee Bester Up May 29, 2024 ​ We are ready, say IEC, cops ​ The Citizen: Brian Sokutu Up May 28, 2024 ​ 'Government of National Unity was remedy in 1994 and remains solution today' ​ Primedia+: Amy Fraser Up May 28, 2024 ​ Alternatief vir 'n koalisieregering ​ Beeld: Daryl Swanepoel Up May 27, 2024 ​ Alternatief vir morsige koalisieregering ​ Netwerk24: Daryl Swanepoel Up May 27, 2024 ​ Government of National Unity — a win for inclusive decision-making ​ Daily Maverick: Daryl Swanepoel Up May 27, 2024 ​ A government of national unity – can SA pull it off? ​ Primedia+: Afternoon Drive with John Maytham Up May 27, 2024 ​ A government of national unity – can SA pull it off? ​ Ivoox: The John Maytham Show Up May 27, 2024 ​ Key considerations for election week, plus a pollster’s prediction ​ Daily Maverick: Ferial Haffajee Up May 27, 2024 ​ A government of national unity ​ CapeTalk: Daryl Swanepoel Up May 27, 2024 ​ Alternatief vir morsige koalisieregering ​ Netwerk24: Daryl Swanepoel Up May 26, 2024 ​ Government of National Unity — a win for inclusive decision-making ​ Daily Maverick: Daryl Swanepoel Up May 24, 2024 ​ Misdaadstatistieke in verhouding tot die bevolking wys getal moorde het gedaal ​ Volksblad: Stefani Terblanche Up May 23, 2024 ​ Misdaad erg in SA, maar prentjie nie nét donker, wys studie ​ Netwerk24: Stefani Terblanche Up May 22, 2024 ​ Social cohesion, Coalitions, State of the the Country, and the Economy ​ Palatable Politics Up May 22, 2024 ​ What we can expect of second Cyril Ramaphosa term ​ Business Day: Yacoob Abba Omar Up May 21, 2024 ​ Africa-China alliance must benefit both parties ​ The Star: Klaus Kotzé Up May 21, 2024 ​ Africa-China alliance must benefit both parties ​ Daily News: Klaus Kotzé Up May 21, 2024 ​ Africa-China alliance must benefit both parties ​ Cape Argus: Klaus Kotzé Up May 20, 2024 ​ We must all actively participate in the political process that builds South Africa Inc ​ Daily Maverick: Buyelwa Sonjica and Klaus Kotzé Up May 16, 2024 ​ Geopolitical risk — a shadow over the ballot box ​ Business Live: Sanisha Paddrisamy Up May 16, 2024 ​ The shadow over the ballot box ​ Financial Mail: Sanisha Paddrisamy Up May 15, 2024 ​ 30 years down the line: 'Give the ANC more time', says Baleka Mbete ​ News24: Siyamtanda Capa Up May 15, 2024 ​ AK-47s, theft, and hostage taking threatening South Africa’s fibre rollouts ​ mybroadband.co.za: Myles Illidge Up May 14, 2024 ​ Legacy report of the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs on activities during the 6th Parliament ​ Parliament of South Africa Up May 10, 2024 ​ Support for Concourt and the law, irrespective of outcome ​ Corruption Watch Up May 10, 2024 ​ IEC and Zuma: Support ConCourt, irrespective of outcome – OUTA & Co. ​ Politicsweb: OUTA Up May 6, 2024 ​ 2024 elections: The confusion of two ballot papers for the National Assembly ​ Banoyi: Jørgen Elklit Up May 6, 2024 ​ 2024 elections: The confusion of two ballot papers for the National Assembly ​ Mail & Guardian: Jørgen Elklit Up May 2, 2024 ​ ‘2 nasionale stembriewe is albei ewe belangrik’ ​ Netwerk24: : Jørgen Elklit Up Apr 30, 2024 ​ De plus en plus de Sud-africains qualifiés envisagent d’émigrer pour de meilleures opportunités (enquête) ​ Fédération Atlantique des Agences de Presse Africaines Up Apr 28, 2024 ​ Mass exodus of skilled South Africans – and the jobs they’re tapping into – BusinessTech ​ Economy24: Adam Kruger Up Apr 28, 2024 ​ Mass exodus of skilled South Africans – and the jobs they’re tapping into ​ BusinessTech Up Apr 28, 2024 ​ Emigration concerns rise but 'the grass is not always greener on the other side' ​ Northglen News: Nompilo Kunene Up Apr 28, 2024 ​ Emigration concerns rise but 'the grass is not always greener on the other side' ​ Lowvelder: Nompilo Kunene Up Apr 28, 2024 ​ Emigration concerns rise but 'the grass is not always greener on the other side' ​ Die Pos/The Post: Nompilo Kunene Up Apr 28, 2024 ​ Emigration concerns rise but 'the grass is not always greener on the other side' ​ Vaalweekblad: Nompilo Kunene Up Apr 28, 2024 ​ Emigration concerns rise but 'the grass is not always greener on the other side' ​ The Citizen (Network News): Nompilo Kunene Up Apr 28, 2024 ​ Emigration concerns rise but 'the grass is not always greener on the other side' ​ Heidelberg Nigel Heraut: Nompilo Kunene Up Apr 28, 2024 ​ Emigration concerns rise but 'the grass is not always greener on the other side' ​ Northern Natal News: Nompilo Kunene Up Apr 28, 2024 ​ Emigration concerns rise but 'the grass is not always greener on the other side' ​ Mpumalanga News: Nompilo Kunene Up Apr 28, 2024 ​ Emigration concerns rise but 'the grass is not always greener on the other side' ​ Springs Advertiser: Nompilo Kunene Up Apr 28, 2024 ​ Emigration concerns rise but 'the grass is not always greener on the other side' ​ Witbank News: Nompilo Kunene Up Apr 28, 2024 ​ Emigration concerns rise but 'the grass is not always greener on the other side' ​ Midrand Reporter: Nompilo Kunene Up Apr 28, 2024 ​ Emigration concerns rise but 'the grass is not always greener on the other side' ​ Brakpan Herold: Nompilo Kunene Up Apr 28, 2024 ​ Emigration concerns rise but 'the grass is not always greener on the other side' ​ Southern Courier: Nompilo Kunene Up Apr 28, 2024 ​ Emigration concerns rise but 'the grass is not always greener on the other side' ​ Benoni City Times: Nompilo Kunene Up Apr 28, 2024 ​ Emigration concerns rise but 'the grass is not always greener on the other side' ​ Zululand Observer: Nompilo Kunene Up Apr 28, 2024 ​ Emigration concerns rise but 'the grass is not always greener on the other side' ​ Kempton Express: Nompilo Kunene Up Apr 28, 2024 ​ Emigration concerns rise but 'the grass is not always greener on the other side' ​ Middelburg Oberserver: Nompilo Kunene Up Apr 28, 2024 ​ Emigration concerns rise but 'the grass is not always greener on the other side' ​ Ridge Times: Nompilo Kunene Up Apr 28, 2024 ​ Emigration concerns rise but 'the grass is not always greener on the other side' ​ Northcliff Mellville Times: Nompilo Kunene Up Apr 28, 2024 ​ Emigration concerns rise but 'the grass is not always greener on the other side' ​ Fourways Review: Nompilo Kunene Up Apr 28, 2024 ​ Emigration concerns rise but 'the grass is not always greener on the other side' ​ Highway Mail: Nompilo Kunene Up Apr 28, 2024 ​ Emigration concerns rise but 'the grass is not always greener on the other side' ​ Bedfordview and Edenvale News: Nompilo Kunene Up Apr 28, 2024 ​ Emigration concerns rise but 'the grass is not always greener on the other side' ​ Roodepoort Record: Nompilo Kunene Up Apr 28, 2024 ​ Emigration concerns rise but 'the grass is not always greener on the other side' ​ Berea Mail: Nompilo Kunene Up Apr 28, 2024 ​ Emigration concerns rise but 'the grass is not always greener on the other side' ​ Krugersdorp News: Nompilo Kunene Up Apr 28, 2024 ​ Emigration concerns rise but 'the grass is not always greener on the other side' ​ African Reporter: Nompilo Kunene Up Apr 27, 2024 ​ Emigration concerns rise but 'the grass is not always greener on the other side' ​ The Witness: Nompilo Kunene Up Apr 26, 2024 ​ Thirty and thriving - or barely surviving? ​ Mail & Guardian: Aarti Bhana Up Apr 25, 2024 ​ If voters compel us to work with the EFF we will, says IFP president ​ BuyPE Up Apr 25, 2024 ​ Trends suggest social cohesion is on downward slide ​ Mail & Guardian: Klaus Boehnke & Daryl Swanepoel Up Apr 25, 2024 ​ E-tolls are gone. But who is on the hook now for over R60bn in historic debt? ​ News24: Na'ilah Ebrahim Up Apr 25, 2024 ​ E-tolls are gone but debts are not scrapped ​ Hot 102.7 FM Up Apr 23, 2024 ​ Debating the fate of historical e-toll debt: Should it vanish with e-tolls? ​ Primedia+: Amy Fraser Up Apr 23, 2024 ​ Both ballot papers are equally important ​ Cape Argus: Jørgen Elklit Up Apr 23, 2024 ​ Both national ballot papers equally important ​ The Star: Jørgen Elklit Up Apr 23, 2024 ​ Both national ballot papers equally important ​ Daily News: Jørgen Elklit Up Apr 23, 2024 ​ e-Tolls are gone but debts are not scrapped ​ 702 Up Apr 22, 2024 ​ Current Affairs: E-tolls are gone but debts are not scrapped ​ 702/Cape Talk: The Aubrey Masango Show Up Apr 22, 2024 ​ e-Tolls are gone but debts are not scrapped ​ 702/Cape Talk: The Aubrey Masango Show line up Up Apr 20, 2024 ​ Discussion | e-Tolls | 'Defaulters still have to pay' ​ eNCA: Daryl Swanepoel Up Apr 20, 2024 ​ Call for government to seek legal opinion on e-Toll debt ​ eNCA: Daryl Swanepoel Up Apr 20, 2024 ​ e-Toll: Defaulters still have to pay ​ eNCA: Daryl Swanepoel Up Apr 17, 2024 ​ Critical lessons for SA from Singapore on managing social cohesion in diverse communities ​ Daily Maverick: Daryl Swanepoel Up Apr 16, 2024 ​ La politica statale sull’istruzione superiore necessita di una valutazione urgente ​ IT ES Euro Up Apr 16, 2024 ​ La politique de l’État en matière d’enseignement supérieur doit être évaluée de toute urgence ​ News.dayFR Up Apr 16, 2024 ​ Intent to immigrate remains disturbingly high ​ Radio Al Ansaar Up Apr 16, 2024 ​ Higher education state policy needs urgent assessment ​ Mail & Guardian: Douglas Blackmur Up Apr 16, 2024 ​ To leave or not to leave | Intent to immigrate remains disturbingly high ​ Shafaqna: Daryl Swanepoel Up Apr 16, 2024 ​ To leave or not to leave | Intent to immigrate remains disturbingly high ​ eNCA: Daryl Swanepoel Up Apr 12, 2024 ​ Voter registration mechanism needs to change ​ IOL: Daryl Swanepoel Up Apr 12, 2024 ​ Automatic registration will ensure voting rights ​ Daily News: Daryl Swanepoel Up Apr 12, 2024 ​ Automatic registration will ensure voting rights ​ The Star: Daryl Swanepoel Up Apr 12, 2024 ​ Automatic registration will ensure voting rights ​ Cape Argus: Daryl Swanepoel Up Apr 12, 2024 ​ Fewer births may spur SA's growth ​ Mail & Guardian: Sarah Smit Up Apr 4, 2024 ​ Reporting about a series of polls all predicting big changes in our elections ​ SAfm: Daryl Swanepoel Up Apr 3, 2024 ​ Polls reporting misleading ​ The Citizen: Daryl Swanepoel Up Mar 27, 2024 ​ Wanvoorstelling met peilings ’n ondiens aan demokrasie ​ Netwerk24: Daryl Swanepoel Up Mar 27, 2024 ​ 'n Ondiens aan demokrasie ​ Volksblad: Daryl Swanepoel Up Mar 27, 2024 ​ 'n Ondiens aan demokrasie ​ Die Burger: Daryl Swanepoel Up Mar 27, 2024 ​ 'n Ondiens aan demokrasie ​ Beeld: Daryl Swanepoel Up Mar 22, 2024 ​ Amend Poll Bill to be fairer, say civil groups ​ Graaff-Reinet Advertiser Up Mar 22, 2024 ​ Amend Poll Bill to be fairer, say civil groups ​ George Herald Up Mar 22, 2024 ​ Amend Poll Bill to be fairer, say civil groups ​ Mossel Bay Advertiser Up Mar 22, 2024 ​ Amend Poll Bill to be fairer, say civil groups ​ Oudtshoorn Courant Up Mar 22, 2024 ​ Amend Poll Bill to be fairer, say civil groups ​ South Cape Forum Up Mar 19, 2024 ​ UN Summit On The Future A Catalyst For Change ​ Cape Argus: Nicola Bergsteedt & Daryl Swanepoel Up Mar 19, 2024 ​ UN Summit On The Future A Catalyst For Change ​ The Star: Nicola Bergsteedt & Daryl Swanepoel Up Mar 19, 2024 ​ UN Summit On The Future A Catalyst For Change ​ Daily News: Nicola Bergsteedt & Daryl Swanepoel Up Mar 12, 2024 ​ Mistrust of immigrants from Africa deepened ​ Channel Africa: Daryl Swanepoel Up Mar 12, 2024 ​ Mistrust of immigrants from Africa deepened in recent times ​ SAfm: Daryl Swanepoel Up Mar 4, 2024 ​ Die fundamentele hervorming van die Suid-Afrikaanse staat – motivering en strategie ​ LitNet: André Duvenhage Up Mar 4, 2024 ​ South Africa needs national security, but not at the expense of constitutional rights ​ Daily Maverick: Daryl Swanepoel Up Mar 2, 2024 ​ President won't call the shots in determining disclosure thresholds for political party donations ​ News24: Jan Gerber Up Mar 2, 2024 ​ 共同为中非合作贡献智慧 ​ 中国经济网首页: 杨海泉 Up Mar 1, 2024 ​ 非洲智库协商会议在开普敦举办 ​ 经济日报新闻客户端: 杨海泉 Up Mar 1, 2024 ​ ATC240301: Report of the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs on the Electoral Matters Amendment Bill [ B 42 - 2023](National Assembly – sec 75)] ​ Parliamentary Monitoring Group Up Mar 1, 2024 ​ Losing our dairy brains ​ The Dairy Mail: Fidelis Zvomuya Up Feb 29, 2024 ​ African think-tanks join hands to form unified voice on issues facing continent ​ IOL: Shakirah Thebus Up Feb 29, 2024 ​ African Think Tanks Join Hands In Network ​ Cape Argus: Shakirah Thebus Up Feb 27, 2024 ​ African Think Tanks Unite in Cape Town to Shape the Continent's Future ​ BNN Up Feb 27, 2024 ​ Inaugural think tank gathering to commence today ​ IOL: Shakirah Thebus Up Feb 27, 2024 ​ Inaugural Africa Thinktank Gathering To Begin In City Today ​ Cape Argus: Shakirah Thebus Up Feb 26, 2024 ​ Embracing Flexicurity - Labour Lessons From Denmark ​ Business Day: Nicola Bergsteedt Up Feb 22, 2024 ​ SA’s skilled youth flocking to these countries – Why? ​ The South African: Marzanne Janse van Rensburg Up Feb 19, 2024 ​ Young South African Professionals Eye Emigration Amid Job Dilemma ​ Rateweb Up Feb 19, 2024 ​ Emigrasiewaarskuwing: Suid-Afrika se jong professionele persone wil uit ​ Die Suid-Afrikaner: Lorne Philpot Up Feb 19, 2024 ​ Skilled professionals are leaving South Africa ​ SA People News: Lorne Philpot Up Feb 19, 2024 ​ Emigration Alert: South Africa’s young professionals want out ​ The South African: Lorne Philpot Up Feb 18, 2024 ​ Skilled youth in South Africa are flooding to these 5 countries – and here’s why ​ Business Tech Up Feb 15, 2024 ​ Motsoaledi de fends presidential power grab to set party donation limits in new bill ​ My Vote Counts Up Feb 14, 2024 ​ Electoral Matters A/B: further DHA response to public submissions & deliberations (with Mi nister) ​ Parliamentary Monitoring Group Up Feb 12, 2024 ​ Fix special economic zones for growth in South Africa ​ Banoyi: William Gumede Up Feb 12, 2024 ​ Fix special economic zones for growth in South Africa ​ Mail & Guardian: William Gumede Up Feb 10, 2024 ​ Motsoaledi defends presidential power grab to set party donation limits in new bill ​ News24: Jan Gerber Up Feb 9, 2024 ​ Growth drivers coming to the fore ​ Business Day: Roelof Botha and Daryl Swanepoel Up Feb 9, 2024 ​ Fix special economic zones for growth ​ Mail & Guardian: William Gumede Up Feb 9, 2024 ​ Navigating complexities of coalition politics ​ Daily News : Nondumiso Sithole Up Feb 9, 2024 ​ Navigating complexities of coalition politics ​ The Star: Nondumiso Sithole Up Feb 9, 2024 ​ Navigating complexities of coalition politics ​ Cape Argus: Nondumiso Sithole Up Feb 8, 2024 ​ 2024 SONA ​ Chai FM Up Feb 8, 2024 ​ Electoral Matters Amendment Bill back in the spotlight ​ IOL: Mashudu Sadike Up Feb 8, 2024 ​ Is this Ramaphosa's final SONA? ​ News24: Jan Gerber and Jason Felix Up Feb 7, 2024 ​ Survey shows top political parties support not affected by newcomers ​ Pretoria FM Up Feb 7, 2024 ​ 'Verwerp Wetswysigings Oor Finansiering' ​ Volksblad: Christiaan du Plessis Up Feb 7, 2024 ​ 'Verwerp Wetswysigings Oor Finansiering' ​ Die Burger: Christiaan du Plessis Up Feb 7, 2024 ​ 'Verwerp Wetswysigings Oor Finansiering' ​ Beeld: Christiaan du Plessis Up Feb 7, 2024 ​ Uproar Over Proposed Powers To Manage Donation Disclosure ​ Business Day (Late Final): Linda Ensor Up Feb 7, 2024 ​ Skilled people want to leave South Africa ​ Daily Investor Up Feb 7, 2024 ​ Wetswysigings oor finansiering van partye ‘moet verwerp word’ ​ Netwerk 24: Christiaan du Plessis Up Feb 7, 2024 ​ G’n immuniteit vir Trump, en SA het nou 27,4 miljoen kiesers ​ Vrye Weekblad: Willem Kempen Up Feb 6, 2024 ​ Electoral Matters A/B: joint public hearings; Marriage Bill: update; Constitutional Court Order on the Wyngaard matter ​ Parliamentary Monitoring Group Up Feb 6, 2024 ​ South Africa's Political Landscape: Limited Impact from New Parties, Survey Indicates ​ The Custom Reports Up Feb 6, 2024 ​ New Ipsos poll: ANC plummets to 40%, EFF challenging DA to be the official opposition ​ News24: Siyamtanda Capa Up Feb 6, 2024 ​ Civil society critical of president getting powers to determine party funding thresholds ​ News24: Jan Gerber Up Feb 6, 2024 ​ Coalition building is no easy task, South Africa should look carefully at success stories like Finland ​ Daily Maverick: Daryl Swanepoel Up Feb 6, 2024 ​ Intent to emigrate remains disturbingly high ​ CapeTalk: Daryl Swanepoel Up Feb 6, 2024 ​ Proposed powers to manage disclosure of donations spark outrage in parliament ​ Business Day: Linda Ensor Up Feb 6, 2024 ​ Nuwe navorsing wys dat die ANC opdraende gaan kry in die komende verkiesings ​ RSG: Mari Harris Up Feb 6, 2024 ​ Survey shows top political parties support not affected by newcomers ​ Ekurhuleni FM Up Feb 6, 2024 ​ Nuwe partye sal nie top ses beïnvloed ​ Die Vryburger Up Feb 6, 2024 ​ New political parties will have little impact on votes ​ Kingfisher FM Up Feb 6, 2024 ​ Bulk of vote shared by ANC DA EFF IFP Action SA ​ Wild Coast FM Up Feb 6, 2024 ​ ANC to lose support, top 6 parties dominate, smaller ones get 4% of vote - survey finds ​ Chai FM Up Feb 6, 2024 ​ ANC to lose support, top 6 parties dominate, smaller ones get 4% of vote - survey finds ​ Ground News Up Feb 6, 2024 ​ E lectoral Matters Amendment Bill ​ Umhlobo Wenene FM: Prof Zweli Ndevu Up Feb 6, 2024 ​ “Nuwe partye sal nie top ses se steun beïnvloed nie” ​ Pretoria FM Up Feb 6, 2024 ​ “Nuwe partye sal nie top ses se steun beïnvloed nie” ​ Pretoria FM - Audio Up Feb 6, 2024 ​ ANC to lose support, top 6 parties dominate, smaller ones get 4% of vote - survey finds ​ news24: Siyamtanda Capa Up Feb 6, 2024 ​ ANC to lose support, top 6 parties dominate, smaller ones get 4% of vote - survey finds ​ Newstral Up Feb 5, 2024 ​ Surge in SA professionals app lying to move abroad ​ Radio Tygerberg: Daryl Swanepoel Up Feb 5, 2024 ​ Political Analysis: Intent to emigrate remains disturbingly high ​ 702 FM: Daryl Swanepoel Up Feb 5, 2024 ​ Political Analysis: Intent to emigrate remains disturbingly high ​ 702 FM: Daryl Swanepoel Up Feb 5, 2024 ​ South Africa's Political Landscape: Limited Impact from New Parties, Survey Indicates ​ BNN: Israel Ojoko Up Feb 5, 2024 ​ Concern over rise in youth emigration ​ e.TV Up Feb 4, 2024 ​ Concern over rise in youth emigration ​ eNCA Up Feb 4, 2024 ​ Surge in Sa professionals applying to move abroad ​ eNCA Up Feb 4, 2024 ​ New poll confirms ANC slide – desperate South Africans want new options ​ Daily Maverick: Ferial Haffajee Up Feb 2, 2024 ​ Civil groups: Amend poll Bill to be fairer ​ News365: Omie Chester Up Feb 2, 2024 ​ Amend poll Bill to be fairer, say civil groups ​ South Cape Forum: Brian Sokutu Up Feb 2, 2024 ​ Amend poll Bill to be fairer, say civil groups ​ George Herald: Brian Sokutu Up Feb 2, 2024 ​ Amend poll Bill to be fairer, say civil groups ​ Mossel Bay Advertiser: Brian Sokutu Up Feb 2, 2024 ​ Amend poll Bill to be fairer, say civil groups ​ Graaff-Reinet Advertiser: Bri an Sokutu Up Feb 2, 2024 ​ Amend poll Bill to be fairer, say civil groups ​ Knysna-Plett Herald: Brian Sokutu Up Feb 2, 2024 ​ Amend poll Bill to be fairer, say civil groups ​ Oudtshoorn Courant: Brian Sokutu Up Feb 2, 2024 ​ Amend poll Bill to be fairer, say civil groups ​ The Citizen: Brian Sokutu Up Jan 31, 2024 ​ ANC sal beywer vir ‘n meerderheid ​ Kosmos Nuus Up Jan 25, 2024 ​ Experts say that Electoral Matters Amendment Bill is flawed and aim to influence necessary changes ​ SAfm: Daryl Swanepoel Up Jan 23, 2024 ​ Election date tightrope ​ The Citizen Up Jan 23, 2024 ​ Human cost of war and its global impact ​ Cape Argus: Buyelwa Sonjica Up Jan 23, 2024 ​ Human cost of war and its global impact must be ended ​ Daily News: Buyelwa Sonjica Up Jan 23, 2024 ​ Human cost of war and its global impact must be ended ​ The Star: Buyelwa Sonjica Up Jan 7, 2024 ​ ANC aiming for outright majority win in this year’s polls: Makhura ​ The Voice of the Cape Up Jan 7, 2024 ​ ANC aiming for outright majority win in this year’s polls: Makhura ​ SABC News Up Up

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    Embracing a society that is built on social and national democratic values Public Policy Research & Analysis Democratic Education, Briefings, Seminars & Conferences Publications & Liberation Archive Portal Featured Activity Conference Africa Consultative Meeting (ACM), 26-28 February 2024, Cape Town Our Latest Activities Jun 22 Conference Academic Council on the United Nations System (ACUNS) Annual Meeting 2024 - Roundtable assessing institutional capacities to deliver in a changing world Jun 22 Conference Academic Council on the United Nations System (ACUNS) Annual Meeting 2024 - Roundtable addressing human security challenges: What would a Global Resilience Council bring? Jun 12 Release of Occasional Paper Is South Africa getting healthier? Up

  • ISI | Podcasts & Vodcasts

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  • ISI | Liberation Archives

    Liberation Archives The constitution of the ISI mandates the institute to host a comprehensive archive on the broader liberation movement. Currently these archives are fragmented and hosted by various entities at several sites, locally and abroad. This project aims to, in the first instance, develop a single portal to access all the sites, with an overarching search engine across all sites. In the second instance, it will actively search and gather material not yet lodged at an archive. Thirdly, it will create its own material for lodging in its own institutional archive. The ‘Liberation Archives’ will be promoted as a primary source of information of the liberation movement. It could be accessed by the general public for research purposes, including scholars and students who regularly need such information for projects. Similarly, it will be geared to be used as a source of information for public promotion and civic information purposes. ​ The ANC Archives website has been set up specifically to facilitate research into the 100 year history of the African National Congress, the oldest liberation movement in the World. Up Bodleian Libraries - Archive of the Anti-Apartheid Movement. The Anti-Apartheid Movement (AAM) archive contains material from its the beginnings of the Movement in the late 1950s as the Boycott Committee to a few years after is dissolution in 1994 and the creation of its successor organisation, Action for Southern Africa (ACTSA). The archive contains minutes, papers and correspondence of the Executive and National Committees , as well as similar material from the other sub-committees formed. There are papers relating to the AAM's relations with the British Government, political parties, international organisations and local anti-apartheid groups in the UK and overseas, and material created in the course of its campaigns. The archive contains a significant number of posters, photographs, artworks and badges, and some other objects. Up Anti-Apartheid Movement. Forward to Freedom tells the story of the British Anti-Apartheid Movement and its campaigns to support the people of South Africa in their fight against apartheid. The AAM also campaigned for freedom for Namibia, Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Angola, and against South Africa’s attacks on its neighbours. Up Constitution Hill is a living museum that tells the story of South Africa’s journey to democracy. The site is a former prison and military fort that bears testament to South Africa’s turbulent past, and today, is the home to the country’s Constitutional Court. ​ The online exhibition and curated archive tells the known and unknown stories of the making and working of the South African Constitution. It curates the rich archival history of constitution-making in our country. Up The International Institute of Social History in the Netherlands, serves science and society on a global scale. At an international level they generate and offer reliable information and insights about the origins, effects and consequences of social inequality. Gain access here to their Anti-Apartheid and Southern Africa Collection Up Liliesleaf is one of South Africa’s foremost national heritage sites. Between 1961 and 1963, Liliesleaf served as the secret headquarters and nerve centre of the ANC, SACP, Umkhonto we Sizwe and the Congress Alliance. Up Physical Archives not yet digitised Bodleian Libraries - Archive of the Bishop Ambrose Reeves Trust. Comprises: South Africa Racial Amity Trust (SARAT), 1965-85; Bishop Ambrose Reeves Trust (BART) minutes and publications, 1980-96; conferences and projects, 1987-93; and general files, 1974-95. Up Bodleian Libraries - Archive of End Loans to Southern Africa. Comprises of publications, memoranda, correspondence, minutes, confrence papers, and papers relating to the End Loans to Southern Africa (ELTSA) campaign. Material dates from 1974 to 1995. Up Bodleian Libraries - Archive of Ronald Press. Papers of Ronald Press concerning his life as an activist and trade unionist in South Africa and in exile in Britain. The papers include certificates, correspondence and articles by Press on subjects including science, Marxism, trade unionism, Southern African politics and his work for Umkhonto we Sizwe. There are also some photographs, video tapes and badges and some papers relating to trade unions and World War I from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Up Bodleian Libraries - Correspondence and papers of Archbishop Trevor Huddleston. Correspondence and papers relating to Huddleston's work, the organisations in which he was involved, and his friends and colleagues. Included are sermons, speeches, photographs, audio-visual material and newspaper cuttings. There is also correspondence and papers collected by Joe Rogaly, Eric James and Robin Denniston (Huddleston's biographers) and Ernest and Lorna Huddleston (Huddleston's father and stepmother). Up Bodleian Libraries - Papers of Howard Barrell. Research material collected by Barrell for his DPhil thesis, comprising transcripts of interviews with ANC leaders and members, and documents by or about the ANC which in Barrell's opinion are rare; with list of material taken from his bibliography. Up Bodleian Libraries - Papers of the Namibia Support Committee. Minutes and papers of policy-making bodies, 1981-1993 Records relating to the Committee's London administration, including minutes, accounts, funding applications, correspondence, papers relating to staff and membership, press releases and reports, [1981-1993] Records of the Campaign Against Namibian Uranium Contracts (CANUC), including minutes, funding applications, correspondence, reports, papers relating to particular campaigns and events, and publications, [1977-1992] Campaign reports, minutes, publications, photographs, etc. relating to the SWAPO Women's Solidarity Campaign (SWSC), 1980-1991 Campaign leaflets, correspondence, photographs, etc. relating to the Health Collective, 1977-1989 Papers relating to the Release All Political Prisoners campaign, with lists of Namibian political prisoners, 1984-1986 Reports, minutes, leaflets, etc. relating to the Trade Union Group, 1977-1991 Papers relating to other campaigns and projects, 1980-1993 Papers relating to national events organised by the Committee, 1980-1992 Publications and related papers, 1979-1993 Memoranda, correspondence, reports, minutes, posters, etc. produced by and relating to local Namibia Support Groups, 1986-1991 Minutes, correspondence, etc. relating to inter-agency campaigns with Committee representation, 1988-1992 Papers of other British and international organisations, 1977-1992 Papers of other Namibian organisations, c1969-1993 Photographs, [1967-1991] Merchandise and banners, 1970s-1990s Up Bodleian Libraries - Papers of Stephen Clingman relating to Bram Fischer, c.1908-c.1998. 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    Media Coverage - 2023 Dec 18, 2023 ​ No economic sector in SA is out of reach for organised crime ​ Business Day: Daryl Swanepoel Up Dec 11, 2023 ​ Study: Multi-party charter unlikely to unseat the ANC ​ Newzroom Afrika Up Dec 11, 2023 ​ Study: Multi-party charter unlikely to unseat the ANC ​ Facebook: Newzroom Afrika Up Dec 1, 2023 ​ Analysis by the Inclusive Society Institute of the latest Ipsos polls shows ANC support among eligible voters has plummeted to 33%. 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Melanie Lue Up Oct 06, 2022 ​ Xenophobia threatens the foundation of our constitutional values Cape Times: Melanie Lue Up Sep 21, 2022 ​ Developing an effective response to addressing Xenophobia in SA - An ISI Roundtable ​ Polity: Sashnee Moodley Up Sep 14, 2022 ​ SA must pull up its socks or tourism rebound may be short-lived ​ Business Day: Daryl Swanepoel Up Sep 09, 2022 ​ Inclusive Society Institute's proposal on the National Health Insurance Bill ​ Valley FM: Marianne Dekker & Daryl Swanepoel Up Sep 08, 2022 ​ Challenges and solutions for local economic development in Ekurhuleni ​ Business Day: Nondumiso Sithole Up Sep 05, 2022 ​ Parliament deploying 'Stalingrad' tactics when it comes to electoral reform ​ News24: Michael Louis Up Sep 05, 2022 ​ Gee olie vir SA se ekonomiese ratkas ​ RSG Op en Wakker: Daryl Swanepoel Up Sep 04, 2022 ​ SA’s local weather change adaptation should faucet into indigenous knowledge ​ Agadir Group Up Sep 04, 2022 ​ SA’s local weather change adaptation should faucet into indigenous knowledge ​ Intestex Up Sep 04, 2022 ​ SA’s climate change adaptation and resilience must be province-specific and tap into indigenous knowledge ​ Daily Maverick: Nolubabalo Lulu Magam Up Sep 04, 2022 ​ Discussion | ANC | Party's future in governance ​ Banoyi Up Sep 04, 2022 ​ Discussion | ANC | Party's future in governance ​ eNCA: Daryl Swanepoel Up Sep 02, 2022 ​ Civil society insists on revision of the electoral system ​ ZA News Live Up Sep 02, 2022 ​ Civil society pushes for overhaul of the electoral system ​ ENEWS Up Sep 02, 2022 ​ Civil society pushes for overhaul of the electoral system ​ The Citizen: Brian Sokutu Up Sep 02, 2022 ​ If a general election were held tomorrow the ANC would win the elections with clear 50% ​ Opera News Up Sep 02, 2022 ​ ROAD TO 2024 ELECTIONS: If a general election were held tomorrow and turnout was good, the ANC would clear 50% – Inclusive Society Institute ​ Head Topics Up Sep 02, 2022 ​ ROAD TO 2024 ELECTIONS: If a general election were held tomorrow and turnout was good, the ANC would clear 50% – Inclusive Society Institute ​ Flipboard Up Sep 02, 2022 ​ If a general election were held tomorrow and turnout was good, the ANC would clear 50% – Inclusive Society Institute ​ msn.com Up Sep 02, 2022 ​ ROAD TO 2024 ELECTIONS: If a general election were held tomorrow and turnout was good, the ANC would clear 50% – Inclusive Society Institute ​ Banoyi Up Sep 01, 2022 ​ If a general election were held tomorrow and turnout was good, the ANC would clear 50% – Inclusive Society Institute ​ iono.fm Up Sep 01, 2022 ​ If a general election were held tomorrow and turnout was good, the ANC would clear 50% – Inclusive Society Institute ​ Daily Maverick: Ferial Haffajee Up Aug 31, 2022 ​ Türkiye holds panel on Security Council reform in Cape Town ​ US Muslims: Murat Ozgur Guvendik Up Aug 31, 2022 ​ Intellecturals condemn Africa's absence from UN Security Council and call for reform ​ Al Jama-Ah Up Aug 31, 2022 ​ Türkiye holds panel on UN reform in Cape Town ​ TN Live News Up Aug 31, 2022 ​ Turkiye Holds Panel On Security Council Reform In Cape Town ​ IBC Tech Up Aug 31, 2022 ​ Turkiye holds panel on Safety Council reform in Cape City ​ The Times of Sindh Up Aug 31, 2022 ​ Turkiye holds panel on Security Council reform in Cape Town ​ Middle East Monitor Up Aug 31, 2022 ​ Intellectuals condemn Africa’s absence from UN Security Council and call for reform ​ IOL: Mwangi Githahu Up Aug 31, 2022 ​ Panel calls for reform of UN Security Council ​ Cape Argus: Mwangi Githahu Up Aug 31, 2022 ​ Hierdie ratte kort net olie ​ Die Burger: Daryl Swanepoel Up Aug 31, 2022 ​ Hierdie ratte kort net olie ​ Beeld: Daryl Swanepoel Up Aug 31, 2022 ​ Hierdie ratte kort net olie ​ Netwerk 24: Daryl Swanepoel Up Aug 31, 2022 ​ "UN Security Council Reform" panel in Cape Town from the Presidency's Directorate of Communications ​ Canli Gaste Up Aug 30, 2022 ​ Appointment of anti-corruption council a critical step, but it must be given big teeth ​ Banoyi Up Aug 30, 2022 ​ Appointment of anti-corruption council a critical step, but it must be given big teeth ​ Daily Maverick: Omphemetse S Sibanda Up Aug 30, 2022 ​ Türkiye holds panel on UN reform in Cape Town ​ Daily Sabah Up Aug 30, 2022 ​ Türkiye holds panel on Security Council reform in Cape Town ​ Salten News Up Aug 30, 2022 ​ “UN Security Council Reform” Panel in Cape Town from the Presidency of Communications ​ Guncel Haber Up Aug 30, 2022 ​ “UN Security Council Reform” panel in Cape Town from the Presidency of Communications ​ Samimi Haber Up Aug 30, 2022 ​ "UN Security Council Reform" panel in Cape Town ​ Ulak News Up Aug 30, 2022 ​ 'UN Security Council Reform' in Cape Town from the Presidency's Directorate of Communications ​ Filodyo: Yayin Tarihi Up Aug 30, 2022 ​ 'UN Security Council Reform' panel in Cape Town from the Presidency of Communications ​ Ankaradan Haber Up Aug 30, 2022 ​ 'UN Security Council Reform' in Cape Town from the Presidency's Directorate of Communications ​ Dik Gazete Up Aug 30, 2022 ​ ”UN Security Council Reform” panel in Cape Town from the Presidency of Communications ​ Muhalif Up Aug 30, 2022 ​ "UN Security Council Reform" panel in Cape Town from the Presidency's Directorate of Communications ​ Son Dakika Up Aug 30, 2022 ​ 'UN Security Council Reform' panel in Cape Town from the Presidency of Communications Anadolu Ajansi: Murat Ozgur Guvendik Up Aug 30, 2022 ​ "UN Security Council Reform" panel in Cape Town ​ Son Haberler Up Aug 22, 2022 ​ Grease the gears so the economic wheels can turn ​ Head Topics: Daryl Swanepoel Up Aug 22, 2022 ​ Grease the gears so the economic wheels can turn ​ Business Day: Daryl Swanepoel Up Jul 25, 2022 ​ Solving For The Workplace Of The Future ​ The Skills Portal Up Jul 24, 2022 ​ Social cohesion and the factors influencing unity with the South African society ​ Valley FM: Marianne Dekker & Daryl Swanepoel Up Jul 22, 2022 ​ Solving for the workplace of the future ​ FA News Up Jul 22, 2022 ​ Inclusive Society Institute on crime in SA ​ The Voice of the Cape: Daryl Swanepoel Up Jul 22, 2022 ​ Recent tavern killings show crippling inability to tackle rising crime ​ IOL: Sisipho Bhuta Up Jul 21, 2022 ​ Skills supply and skills demand in the South African economy Nexford University: Mark Talmage-Rostron Up Jul 14, 2022 ​ Crime and chaos in communities ​ Banoyi: eNCA interview with Daryl Swanepoel Up Jul 14, 2022 ​ Crime and chaos in communities ​ eNCA: Gareth Edwards speaks to Daryl Swanepoel Up Jul 12, 2022 ​ Five ways in which South Africa can advance equity ​ Daily Maverick: Rose Tuyeni Peter, Beth Vale and Daryl Swanepoel Up Jul 05, 2022 ​ Authorities must regain belief of the individuals of South Africa ​ USA News Love Up Jul 05, 2022 ​ Anti-Corruption ​ Cape Talk - Afternoon Drive with John Maytham: Prof Zweli Ndevu Up Jul 04, 2022 ​ Government needs to regain trust of the people of South Africa - and that means acting against corruption ​ Daily Maverick: Evangelos Mantzaris and Daryl Swanepoel Up Jun 27, 2022 ​ Towards a national commitment ​ Business Day: Klause Kotzé Up Jun 19, 2022 ​ Les fissures se creusent au sein du parti au pouvoir sud-africain ANC ​ Wazakin Up Jun 18, 2022 ​ Cracks widen in South African ruling party ANC ​ Newshunter365 Up Jun 18, 2022 ​ Cracks widen in South African ruling party ANC ​ The East African: Peter Dube Up Jun 14, 2022 ​ Songezo Zibi says he will run for president... ​ FR Postsus Up Jun 14, 2022 ​ South African Politics Sparks New Direction As ANC Reaches Its End-of-life Date, New Generation Leaders Emerge ​ Global Upfront Newspapers Up Jun 14, 2022 ​ Songezo Zibi says he will run for president as he tables a manifesto for a new society; more will follow ​ Daily Maverick: Ferial Haffajee Up Jun 12, 2022 ​ Time is ripe for electoral change in SA ​ Sunday Times: Mmusi Maimane Up Jun 08, 2022 ​ Anti-corruption dialogue with Professor Thuli Madonsela ​ We can change our world Up Jun 02, 2022 ​ Civil society criticizes Parliament for not respecting its constitutional obligations ​ News Post Us Zero: Deborah Up Jun 02, 2022 ​ Electoral Amendment Bill: Civil society slams Parliament for not meeting constitutional obligations ​ Banoyi: News24.com Up Jun 01, 2022 ​ Civil society groups agree on steps to change electoral system before 2024 elections ​ Gateway News Up Jun 01, 2022 ​ Electoral Amendment Bill: Civil society slams Parliament for not meeting constitutional obligations ​ The World News Up Jun 01, 2022 ​ Electoral Amendment Bill: Civil society slams Parliament for not meeting constitutional obligations ​ News24: Jan Gerber Up May 31, 2022 ​ The Electoral Amendment Bill ​ Cape Talk: John Maytham interviews Daryl Swanepoel Up May 25, 2022 ​ Get back to basics to reboot growth ​ Business Day: Daryl Swanepoel Up May 25, 2022 ​ Get back to basics to reboot growth ​ Head Topics: Daryl Swanepoel Up May 25, 2022 ​ Without social justice, social cohesion can only be a temporary, ephemeral concept ​ Daily Maverick: Dr Klaus Kotzé Up May 25, 2022 ​ Without social justice, social cohesion can only be a temporary, ephemeral concept ​ Banoyi Up May 25, 2022 ​ Without social justice, social cohesion can only be a temporary, ephemeral concept ​ iono.fm: Daily Maverick Up May 24, 2022 ​ Employment Services Amendment Bill ​ The Voice of the Cape: Interview with Daryl Swanepoel Up May 23, 2022 ​ Nation Building: Racial inequality in South Africa ​ eNCA: Mfundo Mabalane interviews Daryl Swanepoel Up May 18, 2022 ​ Here Is Why SA Citizens Hate Immigrants ​ Opera News Up May 15, 2022 ​ SA citizens don’t trust immigrants, says survey ​ Trumpet International Magazine: Omotayo Daranjo Up May 14, 2022 ​ Naweekaktueel: Meer as 10% gekwalifiseerde Suid-Afrikaners wil immigreer ​ RSG: Anita Visser voer onderhoud met Daryl Swanepoel Up May 14, 2022 ​ South Africans don't trust immigrants, survey reveals ​ News 365: Omie Chester Up May 13, 2022 ​ Brain drain | Skilled workers may leave in a year or two ​ eNCA: Tumelo Mothotoane interviews Daryl Swanepoel. Up May 13, 2022 ​ South Africans don't trust foreigners - Survey reveals ​ Celebrity Breeze Up May 13, 2022 ​ SA citizens don't trust immigrants, says survey ​ IOL Up May 13, 2022 ​ 'Fix the economy' - warns institute amid study showing high number of South Africans want to emigrate ​ IOL Up May 13, 2022 ​ 'Fix the economy' - warns institute amid study showing high number of South Africans want to emigrate ​ Scalabrini Institute for Human Mobility in Africa Up May 13, 2022 ​ 'Fix the economy' - warns institute amid study showing high number of South Africans want to emigrate ​ MTNPlay (IOL article) Up May 13, 2022 ​ 'Fix the economy' - warns institute amid study showing high number of South Africans want to emigrate ​ Hebdenbridge News Up May 13, 2022 ​ Over 10% of South Africans with higher education qualifications are considering emigrating: Study ​ Newzroom Africa: Daryl Swanepoel Up May 12, 2022 ​ Big brain drain alert: Over 10% of educated South Africans want to emigrate ​ African News Agency: Molaole Montsho Up May 12, 2022 ​ Big brain drain alert: Over 10% of educated South Africans want to emigrate ​ IOL Up May 10, 2022 ​ Structural reform across the board needed to pave way for SA welfare state ​ Daily Maverick: Dr Klaus Kotzé Up May 10, 2022 ​ Structural reform across the board needed to pave way for SA welfare state ​ Banoyi: Dr Klaus Kotzé Up May 06, 2022 ​ South Africans don't trust foreigners of any origin ​ Mail & Guardian: Bongeka Gumede Up Apr 27, 2022 ​ SA citizens no longer trust immigrants - says new survey ​ Opera News Up Apr 24, 2022 ​ SA citizens don't trust immigrants, says survey ​ Weekend Argus: Brenda Masilela Up Apr 18, 2022 ​ Efficient logistics needed to keep agri exports on the right track ​ World News: Daryl Swanepoel Up Apr 18, 2022 ​ Efficient logistics needed to keep agri exports on the right track ​ Business Day: Daryl Swanepoel Up Apr 16, 2022 ​ African nations must base foreign policy on domestic interests, not past ideological ties ​ Ramadan-Karim: Rosanna H. Brooks Up Apr 16, 2022 ​ African nations must base foreign policy on domestic interests, not past ideological ties ​ The Namibian: William Gumede Up Apr 14, 2022 ​ Artistic concepts of hope can scale back inequality in South Africa ​ The Indian Express: Anja Smith, Jodi Wishnia, Carmen Christian & Daryl Swanepoel Up Apr 13, 2022 ​ We have to be creative and harness ideas of hope to reduce inequality in South Africa ​ Daily Maverick: Anja Smith, Jodi Wishnia, Carmen Christian & Daryl Swanepoel Up Apr 13, 2022 ​ Creative ideas of hope can reduce inequality ​ Articleslider: Anja Smith, Jodi Wishnia, Carmen Christian & Daryl Swanepoel Up Apr 12, 2022 ​ The Russia-Ukraine War: What has been the impact on South Africa and fellow BRICS (Brasil, Russia, India, China, SA) members and on African economies ​ ResearchGate: William Gumede Up Apr 11, 2022 ​ African nations must base foreign policy on hame care ... ​ newsfounded.com: William Gumede Up Apr 11, 2022 ​ African nations must base foreign policy on domestic interests, not past ideological ties ​ Daily Maverick: William Gumede Up Apr 11, 2022 ​ Graft still a big problem ​ The Citizen: Daryl Swanepoel Up Apr 11, 2022 ​ Little done to bring the thieves to book ​ The World News Up Apr 11, 2022 ​ Little done to bring the thieves to book ​ The Citizen: Editorial Up Apr 02, 2022 ​ 'Apartheid was 'n welsynstaat vir wit mense' ​ Die Burger: Murray La Vita Up Apr 02, 2022 ​ 'Apartheid was 'n welsynstaat vir wit mense' ​ Netwerk24: Murray La Vita Up Apr 01, 2022 ​ Die Burger se praat saam-diskoersreeks - Hoe floreer die private sektor in 'n welsynstaat? ​ KKNK 2022 Gesprekke Up Mar 31, 2022 ​ Rejuvenating SA's economy - a labour sector perspective ​ Business Day: Daryl Swanepoel Up Mar 29, 2022 ​ Es probable que Ramaphosa gane la conferencia electiva del ANC ​ ES Postsus Up Mar 28, 2022 ​ Ramaphosa likely to win ANC elective conference and lead a coalition government in 2024 - research reports ​ Daily Maverick: Ferial Haffajee Up Mar 23, 2022 ​ Media statement: Home Affairs Committee concludes countrywide public consultation process ​ RSA Parliament: Media Statement Up Mar 23, 2022 ​ Discussions to fix Eskom's woes ​ IOL: Ntombi Nkosi Up Mar 22, 2022 ​ Conditions needed in a society to enable it to advance towards a welfare state ​ The Voice of the Cape: Interview with Dr Klaus Kotzé Up Mar 18, 2022 ​ Crisis in Europe highlights critical importance of selfsufficient, secure and stable energy production ​ Business Day: Daryl Swanepoel Up Mar 13, 2022 ​ Government must get back to basics to build a better economy ​ Head Topics: Business Day - Daryl Swanepoel Up Mar 13, 2022 ​ Government must get back to basics to build a better economy ​ Business Day: Daryl Swanepoel Up Mar 06, 2022 ​ Inclusive Society Institute says Electoral Bill does not respond to society's expectations for fundamental electoral reform ​ Independent Candidate Association South Africa Up Mar 06, 2022 ​ Inclusive Society Institute says Electoral Bill does not respond to society's expectations for fundamental electoral reform ​ IOL: Mayibongwe Maqhina Up Mar 02, 2022 ​ New Electoral Amendment Bill slated ​ Oudtshoorn Courant: Citizen reporter Up Mar 02, 2022 ​ New Electoral Amendment Bill slated ​ George Hearld: Source Citizen reporter Up Mar 02, 2022 ​ Media statement: Home Affairs Committee assures South Africans about a meaningful public participation process to be undertaken ​ RSA Parliament: Media statement Up Mar 01, 2022 ​ New Electoral Amendment Bill slated ​ The Citizen: Article by Lunga Simelane Up Mar 01, 2022 ​ New Electoral Amendment Bill slated ​ The Daily Mirror: Article by Tshepo Mohale Up Mar 01, 2022 ​ SA's electoral system is ripe for radical change, OSA tells Parliament ​ News24: Article by Jason Felix Up Mar 01, 2022 ​ New Electoral Amendment Bill slated ​ The Citizen: Lunga Simelane Up Mar 01, 2022 ​ Ubuntu and the role of the State ​ Transform: Dr Motsamai Molefe Up Feb 21, 2022 ​ What the ANC can learn from Singapore's People's Action Party ​ Business Day: Opinion piece by Prof William Gumede Up Feb 15, 2022 ​ Reuse tekort aan digitale vaardighede in Suid-Afrika ​ KykNET Verslag: Ilze-Marie Le Roux gesels met kenners oor wat aget die tekort steek en hoe dit aangespreek kan word Up Feb 13, 2022 ​ Social democracy - A pathway for South Africa's development ​ Africa Press Up Feb 13, 2022 ​ Social democracy - A pathway for South Africa's development ​ Opera News article by Carole-Tee Up Feb 13, 2022 ​ Social democracy - A pathway for South Africa's development ​ IOL article by Dr Klaus Kotzé Up Feb 10, 2022 ​ Can South Africa afford the NHI? ​ Discourse ZA interview with Anja Smith Up Feb 10, 2022 ​ SA's chronic disregard of logistics woes stops mines benefiting from bullish markets ​ Business Day article by Daryl Swanepoel Up Feb 07, 2022 ​ Investing in the ICT sector is a no-brainer ​ Business Day article by Daryl Swanepoel Up Feb 05, 2022 ​ Bleak picture for SA The Citizen article by Daryl Swanepoel Up Feb 03, 2022 ​ Preventing corruption is the key ​ Daily News article by Willie Hofmeyr Up Feb 03, 2022 ​ Preventing corruption is the key ​ Cape Argus article by Willie Hofmeyr Up Feb 03, 2022 ​ Preventing corruption is the key ​ IOL article by Willie Hofmeyr Up Feb 02, 2022 ​ Achieving wellbeing equality for South Africans is a dream that should not be deferred ​ Africa Focus article by Anja Smith, Dave Strugnell and Daryl Swanepoel Up Feb 02, 2022 ​ Achieving wellbeing equality for South Africans is a dream that should not be deferred ​ Daily Maverick article by Anja Smith, Dave Strugnell and Daryl Swanepoel Up Jan 27, 2022 ​ Corruption has eroded integrity ​ Cape Argus article by Professor Pregala Solosh Pillay Up Jan 27, 2022 ​ Corruption has eroded integrity ​ IOL article by Professor Pregala Solosh Pillay Up Jan 27, 2022 ​ Corruption has eroded integrity ​ The Star article by Professor Pregala Solosh Pillay Up Jan 27, 2022 ​ Corruption has eroded integrity ​ Daily News article by Professor Pregala Solosh Pillay Up Jan 20, 2022 ​ Anti-corruption agencies need to be nurtured ​ Daily News article by Andrew Spalding Up Jan 20, 2022 ​ Anti-corruption agencies need to be nurtured ​ IOL article by Andrew Spalding Up Jan 20, 2022 ​ Anti-corruption agencies need to be nurtured ​ The Star article by Andrew Spalding Up Jan 20, 2022 ​ Anti-corruption agencies need to be nurtured ​ Cape Argus article by Andrew Spalding Up Jan 13, 2022 ​ No short cuts in fight against graft ​ The Star article by Drago Kos Up Jan 13, 2022 ​ No short cuts in fight against graft ​ Cape Argus article by Drago Kos Up Jan 13, 2022 ​ No short cuts in fight against graft ​ Daily News article by Drago Kos Up Jan 12, 2022 ​ Construction sector itching to team up with government to build SA ​ Business Day article by Daryl Swanepoel Up Jan 6, 2022 ​ Conducting a proper diagnosis ​ Cape Argus article on presentation by Abiola Makinwa Up Jan 6, 2022 ​ Conducting a proper diagnosis ​ Daily News article on presentation by Abiola Makinwa Up Jan 6, 2022 ​ Conducting a proper diagnosis ​ The Star Early Edition article on presentation by Abiola Makinwa Up Up

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    Media Coverage - 2021 Dec 31, 2021 ​ #integritasza Monthly ​ December 2021 | vol 10 Up Dec 9, 2021 ​ The state of public integrity in South Africa ​ Opera News article on speech by Vusi Khanyile Up Dec 9, 2021 ​ Retail sector needs knives removed from its back ​ Business Day article by Daryl Swanepoel Up Dec 8, 2021 ​ State of public integrity in SA ​ Africa Press article on speech by Vusi Khanyile Up Dec 8, 2021 ​ State of public integrity in SA IOL article on speech by Vusi Khanyile Up Dec 8, 2021 ​ State of public integrity in SA ​ Daily News article on speech by Vusi Khanyile Up Dec 8, 2021 ​ State of public integrity in SA ​ Cape Argus article on speech by Vusi Khanyile Up Dec 4, 2021 ​ Government needs to be humane, 'we can't be like robots' - Sooliman ​ JacarandaFM article by Sibahle Motha Up Nov 17, 2021 ​ Think small for a big impact ​ Business Day article by Daryl Swanepoel Up Nov 11, 2021 ​ ISI presents NHI and Inequality research outcomes ​ The Voice of the Cape interview with Anja Smith Up Nov 11, 2021 ​ SA's Jekyll & Hyde economy puts investors in two minds ​ The World News article by Daryl Swanepoel Up Nov 11, 2021 ​ SA's Jekyll & Hyde economy puts investors in two minds ​ Business Day article by Daryl Swanepoel Up Nov 5, 2021 ​ SA needs urgent security check ​ Daily News article by Daryl Swanepoel and Roelf Meyer Up Nov 5, 2021 ​ SA needs urgent security check ​ The Star Early Edition article by Daryl Swanepoel and Roelf Meyer Up Nov 5, 2021 ​ SA needs urgent security check ​ Cape Argus article by Daryl Swanepoel and Roelf Meyer Up Nov 2, 2021 ​ 'We anticipated this': ANC's Jessie Duarte analyses... The New York Press News Agency Up Nov 2, 2021 ​ 'We anticipated this': ANC's Jessie Duarte analyses the party's poor poll performance ​ Daily Maverick article by Ferial Haffajee Up Oct 20, 2021 ​ Does South Africa need a new anti-corruption body or a new modus operandi? ​ Daily Maverick: Des Erasmus Up Oct 20, 2021 ​ Anti-corruption dialogue: SA is not a poor country - it's poorly managed, say experts ​ IOL article by Tarryn-Leigh Solomons Up Oct 19, 2021 ​ Ex-AFU chief Willie Hofmeyr says law enforcement contaminated by corruption ​ IOL article by Tarryn-Leigh Solomons Up Sep 21, 2021 ​ Economic inclusion through financial literacy - a stimulus for economic growth in South Africa ​ ASI Financial Services article by Sershnee Pillay Up Sep 16, 2021 ​ Nous devons examiner les coûts de NHI dans 20 ans avant de nous précipiter - il existe des alternatives moins chères et plus efficaces ​ Nouvelles du monde Up Sep 15, 2021 ​ We must look at the costs of NHI 20 years from now before rushing in - there are cheaper, more effective alternatives All Africa article by Anja Smith, Jodi Wishnia and Shivani Ranchod Up Sep 15, 2021 ​ We must look at the costs of NHI 20 years from now before rushing in - there are cheaper, more effective alternatives Daily Maverick article by Anja Smith, Jodi Wishnia and Shivani Ranchod Up Sep 15, 2021 ​ South Africa: Electoral reform ​ Electoral Institute for Sustainable Democracy in Africa Up Sep 14, 2021 ​ Priorities for municipal reform ​ The Star Late Edition article by Nondumiso Alice Sithole Up Sep 14, 2021 ​ Priorities for municipal reform ​ Cape Argus article by Nondumiso Alice Sithole Up Sep 7, 2021 ​ Can our intelligence community ever curb crime in SA? ​ The Voice of the Cape interview with Daryl Swanepoel Up Sep 7, 2021 ​ Concerns about the high levels of crime in the country ​ Newzroom Afrika interview with Roelf Meyer Up Sep 7, 2021 ​ South African courts: Are they guilty of judicial overreach or merely upholding the rule of law? ​ IOL article by Wendy Andrew-Befeld Up Sep 7, 2021 ​ SA courts have upheld their duty ​ The Star Late Edition article Up Sep 7, 2021 ​ Are they guilty of judicial excesses or of simple respect for the rule of law? ​ Eminetra article by Andrew Aldridge Up Sep 6, 2021 ​ Crisis in crime intelligence ​ The Citizen article by Simnikiwe Hlatshaneni Up Sep 5, 2021 ​ South Africa's crime intelligence is politicised, riddled with nepotism and factionalism - and broken ​ All Africa: Daryl Swanepoel and Roelf Meyer Up Sep 5, 2021 ​ South Africa's crime intelligence is politicised, riddled with nepotism and factionalism - and broken ​ Daily Maverick article by Daryl Swanepoel and Roelf Meyer Up Aug 27, 2021 ​ US-Africa ties in relation to China ​ Cape Argus article by Daryl Swanepoel Up Aug 15, 2021 ​ Ditching our regulatory load could revive factories to fire up growth engine ​ The World News article by Daryl Swanepoel Up Aug 15, 2021 ​ Ditching our regulatory load could revive factories to fire up growth engine ​ Business Day article by Daryl Swanepoel Up Aug 5, 2021 ​ Stabilising SOEs is critical, and some progress has been made ​ Business Day article by Isaac Matshego Up Jul 7, 2021 ​ SA electoral reform could lead to a bigger ANC ​ Business Day article Up Jul 6, 2021 ​ SA must surf the wave of global recovery ​ Business Day article by Daryl Swanepoel Up Jun 29, 2021 ​ Economic inclusion through financial literacy ​ The Star article by Sershnee Pillay Up Jun 21, 2021 ​ SA needs a detailed road map and unified vision for decarbonation ​ Business Day article by Loammi Wolf Up Jun 17, 2021 ​ The big electoral reform headache: How to do justice to democracy without creating a monster ​ Daily Maverick article by Loammi Wolf Up Jun 11, 2021 ​ Electoral reform: it simply cannot be buried this time ​ Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse article Up Jun 10, 2021 ​ Electoral reform and the party fly in the accountability ointment ​ Daily Maverick article by Susan Booysen Up May 30, 2021 ​ Despite SA's red tape, corruption and lack of skills, hope prevails ​ Business Day article by Daryl Swanepoel Up May 21, 2021 ​ Hier's nou 'n geleentheid vir verandering ​ Vrye Weekblad artikel deur Carol Paton Up May 17, 2021 ​ Rare opportunity for change has arrived on the doorstep Business Day article by Carol Paton Up May 14, 2021 ​ Electoral reform: Slim chance South African MPs would represent constituents before parties ​ Constitutionally Speaking article by Pierre de Vos Up May 14, 2021 ​ Electoral reform: Slim chance South African MPs would represent constituents before parties ​ Daily Maverick article by Pierre de Vos Up May 13, 2021 ​ Accountability a priority ​ Cape Argus article by Daryl Swanepoel Up May 5, 2021 ​ Here's what SA voters want, according to a new survey ​ Affluencer article by Zandile Khumalo Up May 5, 2021 ​ Here's what SA voters want, according to a new survey ​ The Daily Mirror article by Tshepo Mohale Up May 5, 2021 ​ Here's what SA voters want, according to a new survey ​ The Citizen article by Simnikiwe Hlatshaneni Up Apr, 2021 ​ From the unconstitutional to the constitutional - A refined South African electoral model ​ Umrabulo article by Daryl Swanepoel Up Apr 16, 2021 ​ World Bank calls for growth-enhancing policies to re-align SA economy ​ The World News article Up Apr 16, 2021 ​ World Bank calls for growth-enhancing policies to re-align SA economy ​ Channel Africa article Up Apr 16, 2021 ​ World Bank calls for growth-enhancing policies to re-align SA economy ​ Business Report article by Siphelele Dludla Up Apr 16, 2021 ​ World Bank calls for growth-enhancing policies to re-align SA economy ​ Cape Times article by Siphelele Dludla Up Apr 16, 2021 ​ World Bank calls for growth-enhancing policies to re-align SA economy ​ The Mercury article by Siphelele Dludla Up Apr 16, 2021 ​ World Bank calls for growth-enhancing policies to re-align SA economy ​ Pretorial News article by Siphelele Dludla Up Apr 16, 2021 ​ World Bank calls for growth-enhancing policies to re-align SA economy ​ The Star Early Edition article by Siphelele Dludla Up Apr 16, 2021 ​ Bank of Ghana News Brief ​ News summaries from foreign and local media Up Apr 9, 2021 ​ Spektrum: Verkiesingshervorming in Suid-Afrika ​ RSG onderhoud me Roelf Meyer Up Apr 1, 2021 ​ Maimane's plan to run for president in 2024 ​ Financial Mail article by Natasha Marrian Up Mar 28, 2021 ​ South Africa is ripe for electoral reform ​ Moneyweb article by Roger Southall Up Mar 28, 2021 ​ Electoral reform is needed, and now, but will the ANC allow it? ​ Business Day article by Roger Southall Up Mar 27, 2021 ​ A reformist group in the ANC is lobbying for major change to the electoral system ​ Newzroom Afrika interview with Daryl Swanepoel Up Mar 26, 2021 ​ Institute warns of a potential rise in unemployment ​ The Mercury article by Dludla Siphelele Up Mar 26, 2021 ​ Institute warns of a potential rise in unemployment ​ Pretoria News article by Dludla Siphelele Up Mar 26, 2021 ​ Institute warns of a potential rise in unemployment ​ Cape Times article by Dludla Siphelele Up Mar 24, 2021 ​ Electoral Reform Latest: Why the time for change may be ripe in SA ​ The South African article by Lyse Comins Up Mar 24, 2021 ​ South Africa is ripe for electoral reform ​ The Conversation article by Roger Southall ​ - republished by University of the Witwatersrand Up Mar 22, 2021 ​ South Africa is ripe for electoral reform. Why its time might have come ​ The Conversation article by Roger Southall ​ - republished by Investing.com Up Mar 22, 2021 ​ South Africa is ripe for electoral reform. Why its time might have come ​ The Conversation article by Roger Southall ​ - republished by Modern Ghana Up Mar 22, 2021 ​ South Africa is ripe for electoral reform. Why its time might have come ​ The Conversation article by Roger Southall ​ - republished by All Africa Up Mar 22, 2021 ​ South Africa is ripe for electoral reform. Why the time has come ​ The Conversation article by Roger Southall Up Mar 22, 2021 ​ South Africa is ripe for electoral reform. Why the time has come ​ Eminetra article Up Mar 21, 2021 ​ Human Rights Day | Building a non-racial society in SA with Daryl Swanepoel ​ SABC News interview with Daryl Swanepoel Up Mar 10, 2021 ​ Alternative proposals for electing constituency representatives in a mixed system ​ PoliticsWeb article by Charles Simkins Up Mar 8, 2021 ​ WATCH: Electoral reform in SA offers hope ​ Business Day TV: Michael Avery talks to a panel about how nongovernmental organisations have been hard at work devising new ways to fix the electoral system Up Mar 5, 2021 ​ Proposed new electoral system passes muster ​ Daily News article by Daryl Swanepoel Up Mar 5, 2021 ​ Proposed new electoral system passes muster ​ Cape Argus article by Daryl Swanepoel Up Mar 2, 2021 ​ Electoral reform in the air: Two new reports chart way forward for South Africa ​ Democracy Works Foundation article Up Feb 28, 2021 ​ ANC dink diep oor Roelf se kies-plan ​ Netwerk24 article by Jan de Lange Up Feb 26, 2021 ​ Judith February: SA's electoral system is weakened by the lack of accountability ​ Eyewitness News article by Judith February Up Feb 24, 2021 ​ Proposed electoral model for South Africa ​ Polity coverage of ISI report Up Feb 23, 2021 ​ Electoral reform in the air: Two new reports chart way forward for South Africa ​ Daily Maverick article by Rebecca Davis Up Feb 22, 2021 ​ Does South Africa need a new electoral system? ​ SAfm Sunrise interview with Roelf Meyer Up Feb 21, 2021 ​ Bring kiesafdelings terug, sê Roelf ​ Netwerk24 article by Jan de Lange Up Feb 21, 2021 ​ New electoral system proposed ​ City Press article by Jan de Lange Up Feb 11, 2021 ​ Survey: New electoral model for South Africa - your input needed ​ West Coast Chamber of Commerce article Up Feb 9, 2021 ​ Now that the world is different, our plans for health reform need to change too ​ Business Day article by Shivani Ranchod Up Feb 3, 2021 ​ Lower population growth could significantly reduce unemployment - report ​ Engineering News article by Thabi Madiba Up Feb 3, 2021 ​ Slowing the population growth rate is vital for South Africa's economic recovery ​ Polity coverage of ISI report Up Jan 31, 2021 ​ Economic recovery hinges on slowing SA's population growth rate ​ Business Day article by Daryl Swanepoel Up Jan 8, 2021 ​ Manageable inflation and sustainable exchange rates are crucial for development ​ News24 article by William Gumede Up Up

  • ISI | Activities

    Business Circle The Inclusive Society Institute (ISI) is broadly aligned with social democracy , an ideology that favours social and economic interventions aimed at advancing social justice. It does so within the framework of a democratic, free market society. Thus, it promotes a say for people in government actions, supports a competitive economy while also helping the more vulnerable and poorer people in society. The ISI promotes national democracy in South Africa by supporting processes aimed at transforming the country into a non-racial, non-sexist, united democratic society, in which all people enjoy equal rights. ​ Since economic growth and social development needs to be balanced, the ISI considers the developmental state model, in which government plays an active role in guiding economic development, as the most appropriate approach for transforming the economy and society. It, therefore, finds acceptable the use of state resources and state influence to confront poverty and expand economic opportunities. ​ It believes that the well-being of South Africa is best promoted by ensuring an inclusive society , in which the composition of the economy, government and civil society equitably reflects the demographics of the nation, and in which people from all cultural, religious and social groupings are able to freely and equally participate therein. ​ Oct 11, 2023 Business Circle Panel discussion on the impact of the Construction Mafia on the South African economy May 11, 2023 Business Circle Launch of Business Circle: Thursday, 11 May 2023: Radisson Blu Hotel, Sandton Up

  • ISI | Policy Research and Analysis

    Policy Research and Analysis National Health Insurance (NHI) Financing Government has introduced new National Health Insurance legislation, which aims to provide universal access to affordable quality healthcare. The legislation is being contested on various fronts. The ISI supports universal access to for all to affordable quality healthcare conditional on the fiscus being able to fund it and on the understanding that the existing world-class health infrastructure is not sacrificed. This research aims to provide various financing and structural models to achieve the principle objectives set out in the legislation. The research will also include a study of various UHC systems in other jurisdictions, for example, Germany, Ireland, South Korea, etcetera, from which lessons could be drawn to inform a consensus South African position. ​ Options for electoral reform The current electoral system has served the transition to democracy well. Negative political developments, combined with a maturing electorate, however, started to raise questions as to the continued suitability of the current arrangements. Voices in society are starting to call for electoral reform that will usher in greater accountability, and accessibility, from and to, publicly elected representatives. It has, for example, reached a point where a case is currently serving before the Constitutional Court to amend electoral legislation to allow for individuals to stand for public office in all spheres of government. This research will assess public opinion regarding the current electoral systems and their desirability for change. It will consider the public’s current concerns and survey available electoral alternatives that may be deployed as a response thereto. The researchers will then design options for consideration. Existing electoral data will be modelled to simulate voting outcomes for each of the proposed options. ​ Assessment: Progress towards economic transformation Government has introduced several regulatory measures aimed at bringing about economic transformation in order to create an inclusive economy that is equitably accessible to all. Given the nature of the country’s discriminatory past, these measures include policies such as affirmative action, black economic empowerment, the black industrialist programme, government procurement set-asides for specific population groups, et cetera. There are regular contradictions in proclamations as to the extent of progress made in normalising the South African economic environment. It appears that no comprehensive measurement has been done to date. This research aims to measure the extent of economic transformation that has taken place since the advent of democracy in 1994. Furthermore, it will provide the basis for an annual economic transformation index, a measurement tool to track progress on an annual basis. ​ Options for electoral reform The current electoral system has served the transition to democracy well. Negative political developments, combined with a maturing electorate, however, started to raise questions as to the continued suitability of the current arrangements. Voices in society are starting to call for electoral reform that will usher in greater accountability, and accessibility, from and to, publicly elected representatives. It has, for example, reached a point where a case is currently serving before the Constitutional Court to amend electoral legislation to allow for individuals to stand for public office in all spheres of government. This research will assess public opinion regarding the current electoral systems and their desirability for change. It will consider the public’s current concerns and survey available electoral alternatives that may be deployed as a response thereto. The researchers will then design options for consideration. Existing electoral data will be modelled to simulate voting outcomes for each of the proposed options. ​ Economic blueprint The South African economy remains stubbornly sluggish. With this year’s GDP growth anticipated to be below one percent, debt to GDP rising to over 65 percent, and unemployment at a record high of 29 percent, imaginative thinking is required to catapult the country out of its current trajectory. Simultaneously, the economy needs to be transformed in order to address inequality, to mainstream the informal sector and to become more demographically inclusive. The Inclusive Society Institute is of the opinion that it cannot be business as usual. New ‘out of the box’ thinking is required, and non-conventional intervention considered. In developing a new progressive economic blueprint for South Africa, the institute wishes to bring all the economic role-players into a non-conventional environment of dialogue – thereby enabling a disengagement from formal mandates into one that encourages a free-flow of ideas. The composition of the dialogue would also weigh more heavily on economic practitioners, as opposed to traditional academia and office-bound policymakers. It will comprise five phases: (i) A first round of discussions with focus groups encompassing all sectors of the economy on what is wrong, what needs to be fixed, and a second round of discussions on ‘out of the box’ ideas, (ii) lessons from other depressed economies that were able to turn themselves into winning nations, (iii) research, analyses and drafting of concept blueprint, (iv) consultative forum to discuss concept and (v) formal release process. ​ Asia-South Africa economic cooperation South African enterprises, in their efforts to foster new markets, are increasingly targeting Asian economies. The objective of this project is to get a better understanding of the prospects, challenges and functioning of the Asian markets, so as to leverage development therefrom. The project will be executed in cooperation with research institutions and enterprises from across the Asian region. It will comprise roundtable discussions on various aspects of cooperation, study visits, surveys and in-depth research. ​ Understanding inequality Statistics South Africa, with the support of the French Development Agency (AFD), recently released a report on inequality in South Africa. The gist of the findings was that 25 years into the new democracy, the overall inequality patters between black and white remains largely unchanged. The ISI believes that a deeper understanding of the inequality is required to assess whether the building blocks established by government has set demographic wealth transformation on the right trajectory. This requires a series of statistical drilling down exercises, taking age, sector, and type of work into account. It also requires a differentiated treatment of the unemployed, under-employed and the extreme earners (top 1%). ​

  • ISI | Activities

    Activities Jun 22 Conference Academic Council on the United Nations System (ACUNS) Annual Meeting 2024 - Roundtable assessing institutional capacities to deliver in a changing world Jun 22 Conference Academic Council on the United Nations System (ACUNS) Annual Meeting 2024 - Roundtable addressing human security challenges: What would a Global Resilience Council bring? Jun 12 Release of Occasional Paper Is South Africa getting healthier? Jun 11 Workshop Brainstorming session on approaches to United Nations reform Jun 8 International Engagement Social Cohesion study visit to Helsinki, Finland May 22 Release of Occasional Paper Is South Africa getting safer? May 10 Public Engagement 30th Anniversary Celebrations of former President Mandela’s Inaugural Speech of 10 May 1994 May 9 Release of Report Africa Consultative Meeting: Bringing African voices together May 8 Dialogue Event How to fund democracy Apr 24 Release of Occasional Paper Managing Social Cohesion in diverse communities: Can South Africa draw lessons from Singapore Apr 11 Release of Report Reflections on the Zero Draft of the Pact for the Future Mar 28 Conference Inclusive Society Institute is participation in the C20 Brazil Mar 28 Public Engagement Special screening of 20 Days in Mariupol Mar 20 International Engagement Social Cohesion study visit to Singapore Mar 18 Civic Education Taking the Constitution to the People - Adam Masebe Secondary School, Sekampaneng, Hammanskraal Mar 6 Public Engagement Inclusive Society Institute and Foundation for Global Governance and Sustainability engages Thabo Mbeki Foundation on UN reform proposals Mar 1 Panel Discussion Shaping Global Futures: Insights from the Global South Perspectives Network Webinar Feb 29 Conference Strengthening Inclusive Coalition Governance for Effective, Efficient, and Transformative Service Delivery Feb 28 Release of Occasional Paper South African Macroeconomics Overview 2024/2025 Feb 28 Conference Africa Consultative Meeting (ACM), 26-28 February 2024, Cape Town Feb 27 Submissions & Legal Opinions Input on the General Intelligence Laws Amendment Bill, 2023 Feb 21 Release of Report Danish Labour Market Model: Lessons for South Africa Feb 7 Release of Report Coalition Government: Lessons from Finland Feb 6 Public Engagement Public hearings at Parliament Jan 31 Release of JIPP Journal for Inclusive Public Policy, Volume 4, Issue 1 Jan 24 Release of Report Overview of the Construction Mafia Crisis in South Africa Jan 22 Submissions & Legal Opinions Public Submissions: Electoral Matters Amendment Bill [B 42-2023]: Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs Dec 14, 2023 Release of Occasional Paper Leveraging special economic zones for growth Dec 6, 2023 Conference #Integritasza Conference Nov 28, 2023 Public Engagement Multi-Party Charter for South Africa: Civil Society engagement Nov 23, 2023 Dialogue Event Feedback session: Towards a framework for achieving social cohesion Nov 20, 2023 International Engagement ISI in Germany: SA Social Cohesion Radar Nov 14, 2023 International Engagement Inclusive Society Institute's study trip to Denmark Nov 8, 2023 Dialogue Event Masterclass on Coalition Governance Nov 8, 2023 Release of Report Building the Future: Construction Industry Summit Oct 30, 2023 Dialogue Event South Africa country briefing: A socio-economic and political prognosis Oct 26, 2023 Panel Discussion Seminar on Coalition Government: Lessons from Finland Oct 18, 2023 Conference 17th International Winelands Conference Oct 17, 2023 International Engagement ISI Economic Delegation to China Oct 12, 2023 Dialogue Event Dialogue on South African perceptions of China’s Belt and Road Initiative Oct 11, 2023 Business Circle Panel discussion on the impact of the Construction Mafia on the South African economy Oct 4, 2023 Release of Occasional Paper Re-modeling the BRICS New Development Bank Oct 2, 2023 Workshop Reflection group on the future of multilateralism convened by the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung Sep 25, 2023 Conference South Africa country brief: A socio-economic and political prognosis Sep 21, 2023 Conference New economic order conference, Stockholm, Sweden Sep 20, 2023 Panel Discussion Constitutional Insights: The Progressive Realisation of Socioeconomic Rights Sep 19, 2023 Podcasts & Vodcasts Constitutional Insights: Socio-economic rights Sep 15, 2023 Conference Inclusive Governance for a Peaceful & Resilient World Conference 1 2 3 4 5 Up

  • ISI | How We Are Governed

    How We Are Governed Membership & General Assembly Membership of the ISI is open to individuals who have served with distinction the democratic emancipation and education of the South African people, or who have excelled in the fields of politics, public policy and economic development, or who, by their personality, guarantee that they will act fully in line with the ISI’s objectives. ​ The collective membership will, when in sitting during the Annual General Meetings and/or Special Meetings of the membership, comprise the General Assembly. ​ The Board Membership of the ISI is open to individuals who have served with distinction the democratic emancipation and education of the South African people, or who have excelled in the fields of politics, public policy and economic development, or who, by their personality, guarantee that they will act fully in line with the ISI’s objectives. ​ The collective membership will, when in sitting during the Annual General Meetings and/or Special Meetings of the membership, comprise the General Assembly. ​ ​ Meet the Board The Advisory Council The Advisory Council, which is comprised of eminent persons in society, advises and supports the Board on important matters affecting the ISI. ​ It also mediates when disputes arise within the Board. ​ Meet the Advisory Council

  • ISI | The Team

    The Board Mr Vusi Khanyile Chairperson Up Mr Keith Khoza Member Up Prof Zweli Ndevu Deputy Chairperson Up Ms Karensa Millard Member Up Ms Sasha Muller Member Up Mr Daryl Swanepoel Chief Executive Officer Up The Advisory Council The Advisory Council Ms Buyelwa Sonjica Chairperson Up Ms Sue van der Merwe Member Up Prof David Mosoma Member Up Dr Motsamai Molefe Member Up Ms Khanyisile Kweyama Deputy Chairperson Up Mr Thabang Chiloane Member Up Dr Douglas Blackmur Member Up Mr Roelf Meyer Member Up Ms Joanmariae Fubbs Member Up Ms Nondumiso Sithole Member Up Mr Stephen Langtry Member Up Dr Klaus Kotzé Member Up The Staff & Consultants The Staff Ms Berenice Marks Executive Services ​ Email: admin2@inclusivesociety.org.za Mr Edwin Mc Queen Finance & Administration ​ Email: admin@inclusivesociety.org.za Ms Nicola Jo Bergsteedt Communications ​ Email: nicolajoebruns@gmail.com Dr Klaus Kotzé International ​ Email: klaus.rsa@gmail.com Mr Seth O'Dea Events ​ Email: sethodea@gmail.com Up

  • ISI | About Us

    Testimonials Prof Jorgen Elklit University of kdlsjaf;ls Sweden ​ May 23, 2024 "Your latest ISI paper on crime statistics etc. is a very fine read – and very convincing – so I just want to congratulate you on its publication, just a week before the elections, where precisely crime and its magnitude has been an important issue." ​ Prof Jorgen Elklit University of kdlsjaf;ls Sweden ​ May 23, 2024 "Your latest ISI paper on crime statistics etc. is a very fine read – and very convincing – so I just want to congratulate you on its publication, just a week before the elections, where precisely crime and its magnitude has been an important issue." ​ Roseanne Harris Job Discovery Health ​ Nov 11, 2020 Congratulations on a great document. I am very aware of the extensive thought and consultation that went into preparing this which presents a number of practical ways forward for achieving the policy objectives in a more feasible way and also to try and ensure more immediate and incremental improvements than a “big-bang” approach. I think the conceptualisations are very appropriate to the reality of the current circumstances and are really well articulated. I certainly hope that these views gain some traction with the Portfolio Committee and other policymakers. ​ Prof Jorgen Elklit University of kdlsjaf;ls Sweden ​ May 23, 2024 "Your latest ISI paper on crime statistics etc. is a very fine read – and very convincing – so I just want to congratulate you on its publication, just a week before the elections, where precisely crime and its magnitude has been an important issue." ​

  • ISI | What We Do

    What We Do POLICY RESEARCH & ANALYSIS Research to develop and analyse public policy, and assess its implementation CIVIC EDUCATION Civic education aimed at promoting democratic participation, good citizenry and the values espoused by the institute DIALOGUE EVENTS Organise dialogue events aimed at engaging the broader public, policy experts and the political establishment, civil society and sectoral interest groups in policy development and democratic processes PUBLICATIONS Produce publications on politics, public policy and civil issues INTERNATIONAL & MULTILATERAL COOPERATION Facilitate international & multi-lateral cooperation between like-minded political and civil-society organizations to advance the value system and ideas advocated by the institute DEMOCRACY TRAINING Undertake training programmes aimed at equipping political and civil-society formations to fulfill their democratic responsibilities effectively

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