Events - Foundation Office South Africa
State Capture under Parliament's watch: Wilful blindness?
Presented in collaboration with Parliamentary Monitoring Group (PMG).
Please join the Parliamentary Monitoring Group and the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung as we host an expert panel to reflect on the implications of the Zondo Commission reports on Parliament.
Study and Information Program
KAS/SAIIA Career Evening
To inform interested students on possible career options in the field of International Relations is the main intention of the career evening that SAIIA organises on an annual basis.
Manual for NCOP-Members
The manual intends to give guidance to members of the National Council of Provinces (NCOP) regarding the process of legislative submissions in parliament.
Politics, Socio-Economic Issues and Culture in Constitutional Adjudication
The manual intends to give guidelines to legal practitioners on how to apply the constitution, especially when dealing with court cases that have a political, socio-economic or religious component.
Political Leadership Workshop-Western Cape
Political party members across the political spectrum are invited to participate in a Leadership Workshop that aims to build capacity and train them in party management, political communication and other essential skills.
Manual for NCOP Members
Members of the National Council of Provinces (NCOP) can influence the legislative process quite significantly. Often this is not done due to a lack of knowledge regarding the technicalities involved. The manual intends to fill this gap.
Trade, Development and Security: All Sides of the Same Coin?
The Tswalu-Dialogue, an initiative of Jeniffer and Jonathan Oppenheimer, aims to provide a forum for political leaders, diplomats, business people and academics to discuss matters of critical importance to Africa's development.
Race and Redress in Post-Apartheid South Africa
The major objective of this project is to explore how post-apartheid South Africa addresses the legacy of racial exclusion in four key sectors: the Civil Service, political economy, sport and education.
South Africa: A decade of democracy 2004
The Afrobarometer is an independent, non-partisan research instrument that measures the social, political and economic atmosphere in Africa. The findings of the South African survery will be presented and discussed at this seminar.
Promoting Networks, Utilising Expertise
Follow-up Workshop for KAS scholars
The aims of the annual workshops for KAS scholars are threefold: To promote a network of IR practitioners in the region; to debate current IR affairs and to provide the participants with further training that is relevant for their work.