On October 23rd 2015, the events in and outside South Africa’s parliament were symbolic for the country’s political and economic state. Outside parliament students were demonstrating against the proposed hikes in university fees (#FeesMustFall) and had to be prevented by stun grenades from storming the building. In times of political uncertainty like today in South Africa, its students – encouraged by their successful protest campaigns – may be able to play a catalytic role in pointing out the failures and mistakes of government, the extent to which corruption has spread and how the policy of vested interests damages the well-being of the nation.
Crise na Ucrânia pode ser o toque de caixa para a Europa enfrentar temas “onde tem estado a marcar passo”
by SAPO 10/05/2022
EU sees strengthened partnership with US vital for global recovery – EURACTIV
UNited for a fairer and more sustainable recovery – EURACTIV
you consent to the use of ALL the cookies. However you may visit Cookie Settings to provide a controlled consent. Read MoreREJECTACCEPTCookie settings