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Vocational Education in South Africa Strategies for Improvement

"This paper is based on research for CDE on the international experience of vocationally-oriented education relevant to South Africa. It summarises what needs to be done to strengthen vocationally-oriented education in South Africa, where school l...

Australian-South African Relations

This Background briefing is a revised version of an address given by Dr T B Millar at Jan Smuts house. The relationship between South Africa and Australia is the focus point of the briefing and looks at relations with regard to travel, sports, ci...

SAIIA Newsletter No. 1, 1969

The newsletter starts with introductory notes and includes three articles: Diplomacy – Art or Science discusses the historical developments of diplomacy but also addresses the changes in modern diplomacy. In the article Australian Foreign Policy t...

The Scorpions Analyzing the Directorate of Special Operations

"The “Scorpions”, when referred to by this nickname, are probably, outside of the police, the most recognised law enforcement body in South Africa. The impact of the Scorpions on the South African public’s psyche after four years of operation cann...

South Africa and Australia: Competition or co-operation?

This international update examines and corrects inaccurate underlying assumptions which cloud the relationship between South Africa and Australia. These are that Australia and South Africa are competitors with similar economies, that competition i...

Transparency in Trade Policymaking: Lessons for South Africa from Australia’s Experiences

Trade policy reform in the form of trade liberalisation is a very important tool for raising living standards and improving a country’s economy. Such reform on its own, however, is likely to be rejected by the public and those sectors that would b...

South African - Australian relations and the politics of perception: Kissing cousins or a quarrel in the family

"As one might expect, there are many perceptions of South Africa in Australia: each is the product of the world view of the beholder. This is not to say, as some would have us believe, that the topic of South Africa dominates the thinking of Aust...

SAIIA Southern Africa Record no 44

This Southern Africa Record contains the following texts: •Non-Aligned Movement: Harare Conference, Aug./Sept. 1986. Extracts from Keynote Address by R.G. Mugabe and from Political Declaration. •South Africa and the United States: Draft Sanc...

SAIIA Newsletter vol. 5, no. 4, 1973

This newsletter contains five articles and several brief reports. Lucy Mvubelo’s article describes the 1973 International Labour Conference and the South African labour question, discussing the foundation of the ILO, its campaign against South Af...

The Commonwealth Heads of Government Summit Melbourne, Australia, September 30 - October 7, 1981

"The 30-year old Commonwealth of Nations recently held their biennial Heads of Government Summit in Melbourne. The Commonwealth is a free association of 45 states and, with a total population of 900-million, makes up roughly a quarter of the world...

Tiered or Differentiated Approach to Traditional Knowledge and Traditional Cultural Expressions: The Evolution of a Concept

For nearly two decades, the World Intellectual Property Organization’s (WIPO’s) expert committee, known as the Intergovernmental Committee on Intellectual Property and Genetic Resources, Traditional Knowledge and Folklore (IGC), has been working...

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