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KAS-Newsletter December 2015

Our final Newsletter in 2015 should inform you about our recent events in the second half of 2015 as well as provide you with news and highlights from our KAS country offices. For more information and regular updates in English and German, please continue to visit our website at www.kas.org.za. We wish you and your family a joyful Christmas and a great start to 2016. more…

December 10, 2015

A Roadmap for Sustainable Biofuels and Bioenergy in Sub-Saharan Africa

Inter-Disciplinary Experts Group Meeting

The expert workshop organized by the University of Stellenbosch Development and Rule of Law Programme (DROP) and supported by KAS focused on the scientific, political and legal aspects of sustainable biofuels and bioenergy for Sub-Saharan Africa. more…

Tilmann Feltes | Event Reports | December 9, 2015

Collective Bargaining and Labour Relations in South Africa

Mail&Guardian Critical Thinking Forum

The question “What needs to change to create jobs and prosperity for all?” was the focus of the Mail and Guardian Critical Thinking Forum on Wednesday, 3 December, organized in collaboration with KAS. more…

Event Reports | December 4, 2015

Governing Water Resources in a Time of Drought

Policy Solutions for National and International Water Regimes

South Africa is currently experiencing the worst drought in many years, yet our political and econonmic challenges are still taking precedence. With this backdrop, KAS, in collaboration with the Centre for Environmental Rights (CER), invited water experts and practitioners to a workshop on the topic 'Governing water resources in a time of drought' more…

Event Reports | December 2, 2015

The Development of Values in South Africa

KAS-SAIIA Alumni and Network Dinner 2015

On the evening of the 30th of November, 20 KAS-SAIIA alumni and partners reunited at the annual alumni and network gathering. The theme for the evening was the development of values in South Africa. A dinner speech was held by Professor Hennie Kotzé, of the Centre for International and Comparative Politics at the University of Stellenbosch, focusing on the latest results of the World Values Survey 2013. A discussion followed, in which relevant issues relating to democracy, values, and politics in contemporary South Africa were raised. more…

Event Reports | December 1, 2015