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What Does Putin's Ukraine Gamble Change?
An exclusive Daily Maverick live webinar supported by the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung
Join KAS South Africa in collaboration with Daily Maverick and our esteemed panellists for this cutting edge and informative discussion titled: "What Does Putin's Ukraine Gamble Change?"
Civil Society Reflections on SONA 2022
hosted by The Democracy Development Programme
International Mother Tongue Day 2022
A Discussion With Filmmakers In Celebration Of Mother Tongue Month
KAS-SAIIA Scholars’ Welcome Event
As per tradition, KAS, in partnership with SAIIA, hosted their annual Welcome Event for the 2022 scholars cohort at the KAS Johannesburg Offices.
The Zondo Commission:
Examining Explosive Part II
Join Daily Maverick Associate Editor Ferial Haffajee in conversation with investigative journalist at amaBhungane Susan Comrie and Executive Director at Corruption Watch Karam Singh.
Book Launch of Expensive Poverty by: Dr Greg Mills
Why Aid Fails and How It Can Work
Wayne Sussman on 2021 Local Government Elections
Now that the figures have been crunched and studied, Wayne Sussman, fondly known as 'the Elections Geek', will unpack the results of the November elections and share his insights.
Voter fluidity and abstention in the 2021 local government elections
In this webinar, we provide insight into the socio-demographic profile and motivations of those who stayed away from the polls and those who switched their votes.
KAS and OUTA are proud to invite you to the book launch of
Permitted Plundering-How Parliament Failed SA
The book shares insights into the important work a small team of activists at Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) is doing to prevent state capture from happening again and aims to start the vital conservation around Parliament's failure to serve the country.
Youth and Democracy Series
South African Youth Perspectives on South African Current Affairs
The dialogue responds to challenges faced by the youths after the Local Government Elections, the effects of Covid-19 and the resultant lockdown, and the devastating effects of the July unrests.