2-3 July 2019
Crowne Plaza Hotel, Rosebank
Southern Africa’s Debt Conundrum Conference, The conference is a space for African states and civil society to develop pan African narratives, strategies and solutions that promote transparent and accountable borrowing and lending as well as efficient public spending that is hinged on the development of human rights especially social and economic rights.
Kinshasa, 26 January 2021 The “Congo is not for sale” (CNPAV) campaign, denounces the license granted by the Trump administration to Dan Gertler, allowing him to conduct transactions with American… Read More
Archaic colonial-era laws such as being a “Rogue and Vagabond”, and “Idle and Disorderly Persons”, “Loitering”, or “Wandering” (collectively “Vagrancy Laws”) can be found in criminal statutes or municipal ordinances… Read More
5th October was World Teachers’ Day. The theme for this year could not be any more relevant than it currently is – Teachers: Leading in crisis, reimagining the future. Indeed, when the world faced the greatest health challenge… Read More
When the World Health Organisation (WHO) declared COVID-19 (coronavirus) a global pandemic on March 11, concern was immediately raised on Africa’s state of preparedness to deal with the disease. At… Read More
Buwa! Issue 9
THE FUTURE OF WOMEN’S WORK IN AFRICA
This Issue of BUWA! offers feminist critiques of the current discourses framing the future of work in Africa. This is a very timely and critical theme given that there is a marked interest globally in better understanding and predicting the future of work. A number of research institutions, think tanks and others interested in labour and occupational issues have since invested in research and created platforms that have enabled debate on this issue.