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| Socio Economic | Event

Coal-driven threats to Limpopo water security: The Makhado SEZ

You are invited to join an interactive webinar focusing on threats to water resources in the Limpopo North water catchment area of South Africa, as well as an aquifer that we share with two neighbouring countries, primarily as arising from plans for...


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29.04.2020 | Socio Economic | Event, News

Water Alert: Threats to Limpopo North catchment

Online Research Press Launch event to communicate the existing and pending threats to water resources and supply in the catchment area South Africa shares with neighbouring countries, primarily arising from plans involving perpetuating our dependence...


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| Promoting Democracy and Civil Participation | Event

Public Seminar - Rethinking Corruption!

What is corruption? What form does corruption take in South Africa's post-apartheid order? Can Ramaphosa's government turn the tide on corruption? The seminar will challenge the prevailing views and meanings on corruption.

 


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Tuesday, 24.03.20 to Tuesday, 24.03.20 - Investec Room, Parktown Management Campus, 2 St David’s Place, Parktown | Socio Economic | Event

PUBLIC LECTURE: Labour in the Boardroom?

PUBLIC LECTURE: Labour in the Boardroom?


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28.02.2020 | Socio Economic | Event, News

SWOP Breakfast Seminar Series - First Semester 2020

The SWOP Breakfast Seminar is a public platform for sharing new SWOP research with stakeholders inside and outside of the university. Hofmeyr House is a venue that facilitates networking and lively discussion amongst all participants over a full...


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Friday, 21.02.20 - Wits University, Hofmeyr House, next to Jubilee Hall, East Campus, Braamfontein | Socio Economic | Event, News

First SWOP Breakfast Seminar 2020

The first 2020 SWOP breakfast roundtable will commence with a book launch and discussion of "Bonds of Justice: The Struggle for Oukasie". The discussion will include author Kally Forrest as well as Tshidi Mangoathe, Jacob Moatshe & Gille de Vlieg.


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Thursday, 13.02.20 - Chinua Achebe Auditorium (6th Floor), Auckland Park Kingsway (APK) Campus Library, University of Johannesburg | International Relations | Event

South Africa’s Second Year on the United Nations Security Council

Public Dialogue on: South Africa’s Second Year on the United Nations Security Council.

 


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Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung 
South Africa Office

34 Bompas Road
Dunkeld West
Johannesburg

+27 11 341 0270
+27 11 341 0271

info(at)fes-southafrica.org

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