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South Africa's Approach To Foresighting - A Developing Country's Perpective
The Department of Arts, Culture, Science and Technology (DACST) has been conducting a National Research and Technology Foresight(NRTF) project for the past two years.The aim of the NRTF is to identif

Author: P. M. Mjwara, K Njobe, N. Tsengwa, B. Memela, B Day, P Hatty, g Loots, B Protheroe, S. Zikode
Organisation: Department of Arts, Culture, Science and Technology
Publish Date: December 2010
South Africa. A work in progress SA SOFI
Ongoing institutional role in collecting and developing data sets, better application for decision making
Author: David Hemson, Crystal Munthree, Geci Karuri-Sebina
Organisation: International Futures Conference
Publish Date: 2007
South African Army Vision 2020 - Security Challenges Shaping the Future South African Army
In its quest for a future vision the SA Army has reached a milestone with the documentation of SA Army Strategy 2020. The planning phase has also been partially completed. Before implementing these p

Author: Edited By Len Le Roux
Organisation: Institute for Security Studies, South Africa
Publish Date: 2007
South African entertainment and media outlook: 2010-2014
Following a steep economic decline in 2009 and the windfall of the 2010 FIFA World Cup, this publication provides an overview of how the entertainment and media industry in South Africa will develop

Author: PricewaterhouseCoopers
Organisation: PricewaterhouseCoopers
Publish Date: 2010
South African Futures 2030: How Bafana Bafana Made Madiba Magic
This paper presents three scenarios for South Africa up to 2030: ‘Bafana Bafana’, ‘A Nation Divided’ and ‘Mandela Magic’. The nation’s current development pathway, called ‘Bafana Bafana’ is the well-

Author: Jakkie Cilliers
Organisation: Institute for Security Studies
Publish Date: February 2014
South African scenarios 2024: Politics, violence and growth in the rainbow nation
South Africa may experience a political turning point in the aftermath of the December 2017 National Conference of the ruling African National Congress. Building on an associated publication, Economi

Author: Dr Jakkie Cilliers, Ciara Aucoin
Organisation: Institute for Security Studies (ISS)
Publish Date: June 2016
South African Women as Champions of Change: A Civil Society Programme of Action for the African Women’s Decade
This report is arranged in four sections which correspond with the thematic areas. Section 1 describes best practice in respect of poverty eradication in South Africa. Section 2 explores best practic

Author: Margaret Chitiga-Mabugu and Selma Karuaihe
Organisation: HSRC Economic Performance and Development Programme
Publish Date: November 2012
South Africa’s ICT R&D and Innovation Strategy
Presentation discussing SA’s ICT R&D Innovation strategy, focussing on statistics, investment, strategy, the ICT RDI roadmap and the way forward.

Author: Isaac Maredi
Organisation: Department of Science and Technology, Republic of South Africa
Publish Date: November 2011
South Africa’s Youth Bulge: Risk or Opportunity?
In South Africa the apartheid and colonial legacies remain a reality and exhibit the living conditions of most South Africans. Poverty is high (approximately 50% living on less than $61 p/m, 2006) an

Author: Itha Taljaard
Organisation: FUTUREtakes Vol. 7, No. 1
Publish Date: 2008
Southern Africa Beyond The Millenium: Environmental Trends And Scenarios To 2015
This paper examines current environmental trends in the southern Africa region and environmental scenarios for the next 20 years to the year 2015, and relates these to socio-economic and geopolitical

Author: Barry Dalal-Clayton
Organisation: International Institute for Environment and Development
Publish Date: March 1997
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