Events - Foundation Office South Africa
South Africa as a strategic partner for Germany?
Perspectives of the German-South African Cooperation
Germany and South Africa cooperate on a bilateral and increasingly on a multilateral level. As currently holding the presidency of the EU and AU, the last few months both governments prepared the summit of the two regional organizations originally scheduled for autumn 2020. As non-permanent members of the United Nations Security Council they have collaborated to assess and resolve conflict-ridden situations. Will South Africa continue to be an important partner for Germany in solving future challenges at the global and continental level and in strengthening multilateralism?
Frederik Van Zyl Slabbert Honorary Lecture
The annual Frederik Van Zyl Slabbert Honorary Lecture, hosted by the FVZS institute in cooperation with the KAS and presented by Mr Isaac Shongwe aims to stimulate critical and challenging conversations about South Africa and the continent.
Discourse Café Book Launch
The Discourse Café publication comprises 19 essays of conversations between students and thought leaders from previous Discourse Café meetings, jointly organised by the Frederik van Zyl Slabbert Institute and the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung.
'Speak out against xenophobia"
KAS and CANRAD will hold a community dialogue 'Speak out against xenophobia".
Discourse Café with David Barnard
David Barnard, extreme athlete, activist and vice president of Techsoup Global will give insight into his life and work.
African Civil Society Circle
The African Civil Society Circle, a new initiative to strengthen Sub-Saharan voices in global development debates, holds its second workshop at the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung in Johannesburg.
World Value Survey - Briefing
“Tracking the Pulse of the People” - Value Change in South Africa post Apartheid
As part of the latest round of the World Value Survey, Prof. Hennie Kotze will analyse people's perceptions of democracy and delivery issues, as well as the changing values of South Africans in areas such as family, religion, work and gender.
Discourse Café with Prof. Wim de Villiers
Prof. Wim de Villiers has just been appointed the 12th Rector and Vice-Chancellor of Stellenbosch University. The Discouse Cafe' provides students with the unique opportunity to meet him personally.
SADC INVESTMENT POLICY AND REGIONAL INTEGRATION: THE
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Discourse Cafe 2015 with Xolela Mangcu
Discourse Cafe with Xolela Mangcu.
25 years since 2 February 1990: a Quarter Century of Building and Defending Non-Racial Constitution
A symposium on the progress of South Africa's constitution since 2 February 1990 is hosted by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation together with the FW de Klerk Foundation with lecturers like KAS vice-chairwoman Prof. Dr. Neuss.