In the making for seven years – an indication of the snail’s pace of state policy-making – the presentations to MPs by Home Affairs, National Treasury and the SAPS highlighted entrenched departmental boundaries.
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The new councils will now be in uncharted territory with posts, policies and budgets all up for debate and no majority to push these through.
Continued turbulence at national level could also impact on the functioning of municipalities. On the fourth anniversary of the Marikana massacre, the platinum mining belt is facing a different kind of violence.
A new report by Doctors Without Borders (Medicins sans Frontieres/MSF) has highlighted the disturbingly high levels of sexual assault – on men, women and children – in the region.
The overwhelming majority are never reported, and most of the victims never seek help. The Government’s wholesale re-engineering of South Africa’s immigration, customs and policing regimen through the Border Management Authority Bill on Tuesday hit a roadblock in Parliament.
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The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) will on Wednesday finally announce the role it intends to play in local government following intense negotiations over possible coalitions.
With both the African National Congress (ANC) and Democratic Alliance (DA) unable to secure the EFF’s support for coalition governments in the hung metros, negotiations were still underway with smaller parties on Tuesday on the formation of minority councils.
It’s quite a tidy sum for a document that has not yet been publicly released and possibly never will be and that KPMG itself has said may not be used to resolve disputes or controversies. On Wednesday, it becomes Swaziland’s turn to chair southern Africa’s regional body.
But Africa’s last absolute monarchy is hardly the model of democratic good governance that SADC is supposed to promote. Angola’s governing People’s Movement for the Liberation of Angola (MPLA) is gearing up for a tough battle to retain its 40-year grip on power in the face of a rising tide of discontent, swelled by the biting economic consequences of low oil prices and poor governance. It has all the ingredients of a classic James Bond film: government sanctioned infiltration tactics, conspiratorial cover-ups, ideological disputes between Russia and the West.
Its response is to tighten control by restricting civil liberties – and in particular freedom of information. Truthfully, producers would have thrown the script out for it being too obvious. July’s ASEAN summit provided a rare opportunity to reflect on the recent Hague ruling on the Philippines’ dispute with China in the South China Sea.