The decisions by Agang and the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) to contest the 2014 general elections has set the cat
By Cathy Cain In May of this year, the University of KwaZulu-Natal announced that it will make isiZulu a compulsory
Andile Ndlevu – Provincial Secretary of the South African Youth Council weighs in on the youth wage subsidy and proposed closure of 27 schools in the Western Cape.
Last month the South African Youth Council organised a march to the Western Cape Provincial Legislature to demand jobs for
Kudakwashe Matongo of the IJR chats to Equal Education’s General Secretary Brad Brockman about the implications of the proposed closure of 27 schools in the Western Cape
The proposed closure of 27 schools in the Western Cape has been met with resistance and protest from some of the affected
We’re excited and looking forward to the forthcoming conference on Economic Justice for the Next Generation co-hosted by the Institute
The World Bank, in its recently released South African Economic Update Report, sheds light on inequality of opportunity among children and jobseekers in South Africa.
The report uses the Human Opportunity Index to measure progress on equality of opportunity in childhood and employment opportunity among
We at the IJR are very much looking forward to the one-day national conference on Economic Justice for the Next
How do low-income countries achieve growth trajectories that can elevate their citizens out of poverty? Policy matters, of course, but
This is an extended version of an article by Prof. Vusi Gumede from the University of Johannesburg, and IJR Research
South Africa’s economy is failing most of its citizens. And for as long as we remain trapped in this complex