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SA’s local government dilemma: Do we have what it takes?

SA’s local government dilemma: Do we have what it takes?

Municipalities are the foremost entities grappling with the most pressing socio-economic challenges in the nation. Good Governance Africa’s Chief Executive Officer Lonwabo Patrick Kulati and GGA data analayst Mmabatho Mongae recently joined Dan Moyane, host of eNCA’s...

OUT NOW: Africa in Fact – Issue 67

OUT NOW: Africa in Fact – Issue 67

Africa is facing unprecedented food insecurity, with more than 134 million people in 29 out of 54 countries facing acute shortages, according to the US Department of State Humanitarian Information Unit. The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) says that about 257...

READ NOW: Africa in Fact – Issue 66

READ NOW: Africa in Fact – Issue 66

Welcome to the latest edition of Africa in Fact. This issue looks at "Africa’s energy deficit" and how best to resolve Africa’s persistent energy poverty, asking what exactly a "just transition" looks like. What are our policy options? How do governments avoid getting...

SONA – the good, the bad, the ugly

SONA – the good, the bad, the ugly

President Cyril Ramaphosa’s latest State of the Nation Address (SONA),  on 9 February 2023, was memorable because it was delivered in a decisive and clear, almost authoritative manner. The president struck a useful combination of being emphatic and empathetic. He was...

Haastrup appointed to GGA board

Haastrup appointed to GGA board

Good Governance Africa (GGA), a not-for-profit company committed to improving governance performance across the continent, is pleased to announce the appointment of Deji Haastrup to its Board of Directors. Deji is a well-respected communications specialist, author,...

GGA Reporter
OUT NOW: Africa in Fact – Issue 67

OUT NOW: Africa in Fact – Issue 67

Africa is facing unprecedented food insecurity, with more than 134 million people in 29 out of 54 countries facing acute shortages, according to the US Department of State Humanitarian Information Unit. The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) says that about 257...

READ NOW: Africa in Fact – Issue 66

READ NOW: Africa in Fact – Issue 66

Welcome to the latest edition of Africa in Fact. This issue looks at "Africa’s energy deficit" and how best to resolve Africa’s persistent energy poverty, asking what exactly a "just transition" looks like. What are our policy options? How do governments avoid getting...