Press release: State capture
boosted violence and
organised crime in SA

Specific steps can prevent the
manipulation of criminal justice
agencies for political and personal gain.

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ISS Today: Is Sudan ready
for UNAMID’s exit?

Given current security realities, responsibility for
protecting Darfuris cannot be handed to
Sudan’s Transitional Military Council.

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Publication: State capture and the
political manipulation of
criminal justice agencies

This submission to the Zondo state capture inquiry
examines manipulation and interference
in SA’s criminal justice agencies.

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Publication: Returning migrants –
Europe’s focus, but at what cost?

Prioritising returns irrespective of the
costs could be damaging in multiple ways.

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Publication: Elections and stability
in SADC – the Zimbabwe case

Instead of supporting democracy, elections
are often a source of instability and conflict.

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Weekly briefing: Realities of
the Zama Zama

Criminal networks are making the
lion’s share of profits from illegal
artisanal mining in South Africa

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