Events - Foundation Office South Africa
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2015 Transformation Audit Report Launch
“Radical Reconciliation: Critical Choices for Economic Justice”
The transformation audit report deals with the question how the National Minimum Wage will affect South Africans in the midst of an ailing economy coupled with high unemployment. RSVP to Ms Wendy Mpatsi at firstname.lastname@example.org .
The New Black Middle Class in South Africa
Join author Roger Southall in conversation with Xolela Mangcu on the history, sociology and politics of the black middle class in contemporary South Africa. For RSVP email email@example.com.
Law Conference: The Prerequisites of Democracy
Third bi-annual German-South African dialogue on democracy
The German and South African scholars' debate will focus on the constitutional basis of democracy, as well as cutting-edge constitutional issues on representative and participatory democracy from a comparative perspective.
Leading Amidst Growing Ambiguities
The third consultation on economic, social and environmental challenges
The annual conference seeks to address socio-economic and environmental challenges South Africa is currently facing such as "Economic policy in South Africa: balancing ideology and economic realities? What would benefit all South Africans?"
Refugees and Migration
Seminar with German Ambassador Walter J. Lindner
The South African Institute of International Affairs and KAS invite the public to a seminar on the topic "Refugees and Migration". The guest speaker, German Ambassador Walter J Lindner, will share his insights on the refugee crisis in Europe.
Renewable Energy and Community Impacts Report Back Meeting
The aim of this workshop was to present and evaluate research findings of the Mandela Institute's project "Renewable Impacts and Community Impacts".
The 2015 South Africa Reconciliation Barometer Survey
Selected findings on the living conditions and economic wellbeing of South Africans
The SA Reconciliation Barometer (SARB) Survey was conducted among a nationally representative sample of South Africans during August and September 2015 to measure public opinion on national unity reconciliation.
The Constitution and Good Public Leadership
The South African Constitution, Public Leadership and South African International Relations
Breakfast discussion on the topic of "The South African Constitution, Public Leadership and South African International Relations" seeking to enhance constitutional democracy and sustaining the South African national good governance.
Snapshots of South Africa's democracy at 21
Afrobarometer 2015 results on democracy, immigration, and trade unions
South Africa has to struggle with socioeconomic and political challenges. These issues and their implications for the current democratic dispensation will be discussed to find out what South Africans are saying about where we are as a nation.
The Constitution and Multiculturalism
FW de Klerk Annual Conference
The conference deals with the theme "Multiculturalism" and the promotion of positive relations between communities in multicultural societies as a prerequisite for peace, prosperity and a sustainable democracy in South Africa.