Events - Foundation Office South Africa
Development in Africa and the Fourth Industrial Revolution: What model can advance the worst off?
Africa has some of the fastest growing economies in the world and a rich concentration of mineral wealth. Yet, these assets have failed thus far to transform the lives of millions of Africa’s people, still beset by grinding poverty. What can be done to address these problems?
Foreign Policy Forum: Leaders or Laggards? The Role of the Elective Ten in the UN Security Council
The Foreign Policy Forum: Regional Powers in Global Politics accompanies South Africa's membership in the UN Security Council during 2019-2020.
Democracy and prosperity in Sub-Saharan Africa
The conference of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation in Sub-Saharan Africa with more than 250 parliamentarians from 17 African and European countries deals with the chances and possibilities of parliamentarians from Africa and Europe contributing to democracy and prosperity in Africa.
Foreign Policy Forum: International Law in Retreat? Symptoms & Consequences of Great Power Rivalry
The Foreign Policy Forum: Regional Powers in Global Politics accompanies South Africa's membership in the UN Security Council during 2019-2020. It consists of a series of six roundtables each dedicated to a particular theme. The overarching topic is the role of regional powers in global affairs which is characterised by a return of great power politics and erosion of multilateralism. Each roundtable consists of a select group of local and international experts. The Foreign Policy Forum is funded by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation (KAS).
National and Provincial Elections of 8 May 2019: Key questions
The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung in cooperation with the Dullah Omar Institute, the University of the Western Cape and the South African Research Chair invites you to participate in a seminar regarding "National and Provincial Elections of 8 May 2019: Key questions"
Panel Discussion on Digital Democracy vs Digital Dictatorship
How has social media and increased access to data changed the nature of politics, business and governance in Africa?
Book Launch: Transforming Transformation in Research and Teaching at South African Universities
This co-edited book explores some of these questions about transformation in contemporary South African higher education and how this can be facilitated through particular research and pedagogic practices.
Twenty five years after the legal demise of Apartheid, we contend that something is wrong with “transformation” in higher education, as the title suggests. We suggest that while it is important to consider redress in terms of diversity statistics and to develop policies to ensure that equitable practices in terms of institutional transformation occurs, it is not enough. We also need to consider, through careful ethnographic research, what constitutes the everyday micro-dynamics of lived experience in the lives of students. How do structural and relational features of campus life impact on students and therefore teaching, learning and research?
Launch of Media and Mass Atrocity: the Rwanda Genocide and Beyond
Join us on 15 April 2019 at Wits University where we'll share the story of African atrocities to African audiences: how social media can be used to inform and engage, but also to demonise opponents and mobilise extremism.
Ensuring Free and Fair Elections in Africa: The Role of Electoral Commissions, the Media and the Courts’
In the run-up to South Africa’s national elections, the Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation in partnership with the South African Institute for Advanced Constitutional, Public, Human Rights and International Law (SAIFAC), a centre of the University of Johannesburg warmly invites you to attend a symposium, which will take place on Thursday, 11 April 2018 at Constitution Hill in Johannesburg.
SA Ubuntu Business Breakfast with Bonang Mohale
This networking breakfast hosted by the South African Ubuntu Foundation and the Konrad Adenauer Foundation focuses on the topic 'Business Unusual: The role of Business post Zuma' with Bonang Bohale.