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Bi-weekly Democracy Report
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Bi-weekly Democracy Report

This report forms part of a series of biweekly reports that track and summarise the key current narratives within South Africa’s online democracy conversation. This report’s date range is between 1 August and 18 August 2022. The most popular theme identified over the period includes sustained negative sentiment towards President Cyril Ramaphosa as evidenced by...

Bi-weekly Democracy Report
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Bi-weekly Democracy Report

This report forms part of a series of biweekly reports that track and summarise the key current narratives within South Africa’s online democracy conversation. This report’s date range is between 11 July and 31 July 2022. The main themes identified over the period include sustained negative sentiment towards President Cyril Ramaphosa as evidenced by #cyrilmustresign...

Bi-weekly Democracy Report
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Bi-weekly Democracy Report

This periodic report is the second of a series of biweekly reports that will track and summarise the key current narratives within South Africa’s online democracy conversation. This report’s date range is between 23 June and 10 July 2022. The main themes identified over the period include increasing growth in negative sentiment towards President Cyril...

Bi-weekly Democracy Report
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Bi-weekly Democracy Report

This periodic report is the first of a series of biweekly reports that will track and summarise the key current narratives within South Africa’s online democracy conversation. This report’s date range is between 8 June and 22 June 2022. The main themes identified over the period include youth unemployment dissatisfaction which was highlighted on Youth...

Democracy 2022: Lay of the Land Report
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Democracy 2022: Lay of the Land Report

This report summarises all current and former narratives within South Africa’s online democracy conversation between January and May 2022. Five main focus areas were tracked within the broader democracy conversation. These include the judiciary and democratic institutions; the constitution; the upcoming ANC elective conference in December 2022; the RET network and corruption. The content sources...

“Organizing for the smart African city: Leveraging the urban commons for exerting the right to the city” in Organization Studies co-authored from our Executive Director, Camaren Peter and Camille Meyer
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“Organizing for the smart African city: Leveraging the urban commons for exerting the right to the city” in Organization Studies co-authored from our Executive Director, Camaren Peter and Camille Meyer

To accommodate the need for community engagement and place-based approaches in smart city agendas in Africa, we build on the literature on smart cities, southern urbanism and the urban commons to develop a conceptual framework for urban commoning in Africa… Read full article