Local Elections 2016

The End of the Dominant Party System?

On August 3 the fifth democratic elections in South Africa after apartheid took place. The results marking the end of the dominant party system with new coalitions governing the metros of Johannesburg, Tshwane and Port Elizabeth. For detailed information material, videos and reports (partly in German) please click here: more…

Cadenabbia-Dialogue 2016

Governance and Growth in Africa after the Commodities Boom

This High-Level Roundtable in cooperation with The Brenthurst Foundation engaged in a critical interrogation of the African Rising narrative and identified key areas of attention for policy makers. The discussion took place at the KAS dialogue centre at Lake Como, Italy. more…

Art Project "White Rose"

The role of art in fighting suppression and injustice

Numerous schools in the Western Cape participated in a competition organised by the Holocaust Centre, which emphasised the central role of art in fighting social ills, suppression, and injustice. more…

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to the Website of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung in South Africa. From its Johannesburg office the Foundation coordinates a wide range of activities that aim to assist South Africa in its process of democratic consolidation. A liaison office in Cape Town complements and supports our work.

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Publications

Local Government Innovation Knowledge-Sharing Conference

Water- and Waste Management

“Local Government Innovation Knowledge Sharing Conference” was the title of a conference, which was held on Tuesday, 11th October 2016 at the Office of the South African Local Government Association (SALGA) in Cape Town. The aim [...] more…

Breakfast Discussion 2016: Reconciliation and Restitution in South Africa

“Reconciliation and Restitution in South Africa” was the theme of a breakfast discussion, which took place on 5th October 2016 at the Townhouse Hotel in Cape Town. The event formed part of a breakfast discussion series, jointly [...] more…

One Plus Four

BRICS – Ambitions for Geopolitical Reform and Chinese Dominance

The BRICS are in crisis. The economic malaise in the ­majority of member states intensifies asymmetries within the group and thereby consolidates China’s dominance. All members use the BRICS for pursuing their own economic [...] more…

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Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung

South Africa Office

60 Hume Road
Dunkeld 2196/ Johannesburg

P.O. Box 55012
Northlands 2116/ Johannesburg
Republic of South Africa
Phone +27 11 214 29 00
Fax +27 11 214 29 13
KAS Liaison Office Cape Town
36 Long Street, 6. floor
P.O. Box 5294
Cape Town 8000
Phone +27 (0)21 422 3844
Fax +27 (0)21 422 1733