How Nigerian banks empower women through corporate social responsibility

By Emmanuel Mogaji, University of Greenwich Businesses are part of societies and successful businesses can create an environment that benefits their customers, employees, communities and shareholders. They do this through … Read More

South African politicians, not bureaucrats, stand in the way of a professional civil service

By Mcebisi Ndletyana, University of Johannesburg The post-COVID-19 world will demand that governments do more with less, or at least spend within their means. Economic activity has ground to a … Read More

What by-elections in South Africa say about the ruling party and the state of opposition

By Dirk Kotze, University of South Africa Special significance is often attached to by-elections. They are regarded as barometers of change in the political mood of a country. For parties, … Read More

Biden wins – experts on what it means for race relations, US foreign policy and the Supreme Court

By Brian J Purnell, Bowdoin College; Morgan Marietta, University of Massachusetts Lowell, and Neta C. Crawford, Boston University The American public has had its say and for the first time … Read More

Book reveals new, surprising nuggets about Nelson Mandela’s last years in jail

Gavin Evans, Birkbeck, University of London Twenty years ago the South African academic Jan-Ad Stemmet met the apartheid era justice minister Kobie Coetsee, who announced he had transcripts of 13,000 … Read More