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News and Features

"Most external investments in Africa seek to exploit the continent's oil, gas, and mineral wealth."

Audio Files - South Africa's Foreign And Economic Policy After Two Decades

Download audio files for a dialogue on South Africa's Foreign and Economic Policy after Two Decades.


Post-Apartheid South Africa’s Foreign Policy After Two Decades

This policy brief considers the potential leadership role that South Africa can play in promoting peace and security in Africa.


Public Dialogue on Combating Xenophobia in South Africa

CCR will hold a public dialogue on Combating Xenophobia in South Africa in Cape Town on 23 September 2014.


South Africa, Africa, and International Investment Agreements

This report assesses the debate on the implications of international investment agreements for development efforts in Africa.


Print and Media

"SA's international leadership as a "norm entrepreneur" ... depends to a large extent on its success in consolidating its own democracy at home.."

Audio Files - The Debate on Homosexuality in Africa

Download audio files for a dialogue on The Debate on Homosexuality in Africa.


Pan-African Bodies Wash Their Hands Of Uganda's Anti-Gay Law

Paul Mulindwa discusses the impact of Uganda's Anti-Homosexuality Act which was recently nullified.


Pax Nigeriana Needs Clear Vision To Be Achieved

Adekeye Adebajo outlines 10 important steps Nigeria needs to undertake to achieve its regional ambitions.


South Africa Needs Broader Support For Its Role As Africa's Leader

Mark Paterson and Kudrat Virk discuss the high-profile practical role South Africa appears increasingly prepared to adopt in Africa.


Latest Books

"The Nobel Peace Prize was established, ironically, by Alfred Nobel (1833–1896), the Swedish inventor of dynamite, who willed his fortune to the endeavour for peace in 1895."

Africa's Peacemakers: Nobel Peace Laureates of African Descent

Africa's Peacemakers is an innovative review of the contributions of Africans and the African diaspo...

Peacebuilding, Power, and Politics in Africa

Peacebuilding, Power, and Politics in Africa is a critical reflection on peacebuilding efforts in Af...

The EU and Africa: From Eurafrique to Afro-Europa

The EU and Africa offers a holistic and comprehensive assessment of the relations of the EU with Afr...

Region-Building in Southern Africa: Progress, Problems and Prospects

Region-Building in Southern Africa addresses the key political, socio-economic, and security challen...

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