This factsheet, prepared by the Institute for Security Studies, provides an overview of assault and sexual crime trends between 1 April 2014 and 31 March 2015 as recorded by the South African Police Service.
Data on the economic significance and conservation benefits of hunting in African countries is limited and polarises a fractious debate. This factsheet provides an overview of the available research.
The United Nations has listed 29 parties in seven African countries that recruited and used children in armed conflict in 2014. How many children are currently involved and what is being done to end this practice?
Using a new method, Nigeria’s official statistics agency announced that unemployment stood at 7.5% for the first quarter of 2015. Previously it would have been 24.2%. Here’s what has changed and why.
FACTSHEET: How to travel with children into and out of SA (and what is an unabridged birth certificate?)
From June 2015 children under the age of 18 travelling to or from South Africa will have to carry their full birth certificate. This factsheet sets out how to get one.
The world knows that hundreds of girls were kidnapped by Boko Haram insurgents from a school in Chibok in northeast Nigeria on April 14. But how many were kidnapped and how many are still missing? This factsheet explains the numbers.
Roughly 8,300 people died in political conflict in sub-Saharan Africa in the first two months of 2015, largely as a result of Boko Haram activity. If the insurgency is not brought under control, this may be the deadliest year in a decade.
The eviction of Economic Freedom Fighter (EFF) MPs from this week’s State of the Nation Address raised a number of questions surrounding the use of security forces within the South African National Assembly and Parliament, and under which conditions such force is warranted.
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