South Africa

South Africa, officially the Republic of South Africa (RSA), is the southernmost country in Africa. It is bounded to the south by 2,798 kilometres (1,739 mi) of coastline that stretch along the South Atlantic and Indian Oceans; to the north by the neighbouring countries of Namibia, Botswana, and Zimbabwe; and to the east and northeast by Mozambique and Eswatini. It also completely enclaves the country Lesotho.

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SAIIA: South African Institute of International Affairs · 1 November 1978 English

Southern Africa has today arrived at the crossroads, and whatever might have been the issues that united or divided its peoples in the past, the choice which confronts them today …

AFFAISS N O T TO B E - R £ M O V Z D WHITHER SOUTH AFRICA? S.P. du Toit Viljoen OCCASIONAL PAPER BEL Pretoria from 1939-49 and at the University of South Africa from 1966-68. This paper contains the text • •• • 2 0 1 7 ' • •• : South Africa November I 978 WHITHER SOUTH AFRICA ? S.P. du Toit Viljoen tolerance is guaranteed. South Africa - the failure of social integration South Africa would seem to me at conflict of interests and ideologies existed in South Africa and that the achievement of a compromise would


Amnesty International English

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL MEDIA BRIEFING 4 June 2010 AI Index: AFR 53/007/2010 Human rights concerns in South Africa during the World Cup Human rights violations in the run up to the World Cup There has been an

AFR 53/007/2010 Human rights concerns in South Africa during the World Cup Human rights violations past two years. World Cup expenditure South Africa faces major socio-economic challenges and the Amnesty International’s main campaign focuses in South Africa is to promote increased and non- discriminatory rights concerns in South Africa, please see the Annual Report 2010 South Africa entry which can be found


SAIIA: South African Institute of International Affairs · 14 September 1995 English

bureaucracy and the South African society. However the author still sees grounds for optimism in the new South Africa.

12/95 SOUTH AFRICA: A BALANCE SHEET Tom Lodge is a Professor in the Department of Political Studies the Witwatersrand Braamfontein Johannesburg South Africa ^. Telex: 4-27291 SA t't** ;'. - P.O. Box 31596 of the state bureaucracy. Since April 1994, South Africa has had to merge separate administrations in and which inhibits domestic saving. Thirdly, South Africa society, despite a long history of formal political recent years has deteriorated. And finally, South Africa inherits from its past a heavy burden of violent


DPRU: Development Policy Research Unit · 1 October 2013 English

The inflation crisis of 2008 drew greater attention to the varying experiences of inflation in South Africa and,in particular, to the fact that different groups within society may have significantly differing

INFLATION INEQUALITY IN SOUTH AFRICA MORNE OOSTHUIZEN DPRU WORKING PAPER 13/158 OCTOBER 2013 INFLATION INEQUALITY IN SOUTH AFRICA DEVELOPMENT POLICY RESEARCH UNIT Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-Share Alike 2.5 South Africa License. To view a copy of this licence, visit to the varying experiences of inflation in South Africa and, in particular, to the fact that different group-specific inflation, inequality, poverty, South Africa Acknowledgements This paper has been


SAIIA: South African Institute of International Affairs · 26 February 2021 English

South Africa is regarded as the poster child for nuclear disarmament, nuclear non-proliferation and the peaceful use of nuclear energy. This report sketches the country’s historical and contemporary nuclear nuclear context. Post-apartheid South Africa set out to build on the non-proliferation and disarmament credentials it accumulated once it had ratified the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and signed a Safeguards commitment to nuclear disarmament, the peaceful use of nuclear energy and nuclear non-proliferation, South Africa joined numerous multilateral nuclear regimes and organisations and signed various international

perspectives Global insights Nuclear Energy in South Africa JO-ANSIE VAN WYK Special Report February Report | NUCLEAR ENERGY IN SOUTH AFRICA Executive summary South Africa is regarded as the poster child contemporary nuclear context. Post-apartheid South Africa set out to build on the non-proliferation and nuclear energy and nuclear non- proliferation, South Africa joined numerous multilateral nuclear regimes and adopting new policies and legislation, South Africa also established new nuclear governance entities


SAIIA: South African Institute of International Affairs · 31 March 2020 English

In response to the need for local authorities to have access to/receive resources that match their responsibilities, there has been a concerted effort to support the development of new local …

Global insights Exploring Pooled Finance for South Africa PALESA SHIPALANA Policy Insights 82 March Insights 82 | EXPLORING POOLED FINANCE FOR SOUTH AFRICA Executive summary In response to the need for Insights 82 | EXPLORING POOLED FINANCE FOR SOUTH AFRICA an estimated $130 billion annual deficit in Insights 82 | EXPLORING POOLED FINANCE FOR SOUTH AFRICA The Global Fund for Cities Development (FMDV) financing infrastructure development in LG in South Africa, drawing lessons from other countries that have


SAIIA: South African Institute of International Affairs · 1 January 1998 English

almost 30 knowledgeable people with an interest in SADC, representative of several sectors within South Africa, including business, labour, government, academia, and the media.

OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS Fax: 011-339-2154 South Africa and SADC Juliana Soares Santos is a Visiting SADC, representative of several sectors within South Africa, including business, labour, government, academia South Africans about the importance of SADC for South Africa is that the country cannot be an island of prosperity coming to South Africa for jobs. This was pointed out as the factor that actually leaves South Africa with but, business in particular, believes that South Africa should access, those markets before others do


SAIIA: South African Institute of International Affairs · 1 January 1996 English

From 9-11 September 1996, an intergovernmental meeting will be held in Port Louis, Mauritius, during which, some parties hope, a charter will be adopted, bringing an Indian Ocean Rim Economic …

INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS Fax:011339-2154 South Africa and the Indian Ocean Rim David Burrows is the India, Kenya, Mauritius, Oman, Singapore and South Africa. These all represent their respective sub-regions a 'quick fix'. How Will This Affect South Africa? South Africa has been a major player in the development as to whether the IORI will be of benefit to South Africa economically. It is important that the government maximise the benefits of regional cooperation for South Africa and minimise the risks. What are these benefits


SAIIA: South African Institute of International Affairs · 1 January 1993 English

After years of political isolation from the multilateral trading system, South Africa is now being required not only to conform to the existing provisions of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade

international UPD 13/93 SOUTH AFRICA AND THE GATT Alan Hirsch is a lecturer in economics at the University isolation from the multilateral trading system, South Africa is now being required not only to conform to The General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade South Africa was one of twenty-three founder members of the to the extent that developed countries did. South Africa was regarded as a developed country. Though the Witwatersrand Braamfontein Johannesburg South Africa Telex: 4-27291 SA P.O. Box 315% Braamfontein


SAIIA: South African Institute of International Affairs · 1 December 1979 English

An assessment of the Republic's economic relations with the West has to take cognizance of the major role played by Western MNC's in the South African economy. There are also …

THE ROLE OF MULTINATIONAL CORPORATIONS IN SOUTH AFRICA Edited by Oeon Geldenhuys STUDY GROUP SERIES THE ROLE OF MULTINATIONAL CORPORATIONS IN SOUTH AFRICA CONTENTS Page 1. FOREWORD i 2. THE STAKE Poolman 1 3. WHAT ARE THE CORPORATE OPTIONS IN SOUTH AFRICA? A GERMAN VIEW N.H. von Verschuer 4 4. WHAT WHAT ARE THE CORPORATE OPTIONS IN SOUTH AFRICA? A SOUTH AFRICAN VIEW M.C. O'Dowd U 5. THE IMPLICATIONS IMPLICATIONS OF THE NEW SWEDISH LAW ON INVESTMENT IN SOUTH AFRICA E.K,M. Lehtonen 16 6. THE UNITED NAXIONS COMMISSION


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