Which political ideology has the goal of the complete expropriation of the private sector?
Which of the following is the core value of Classic Liberalism?
Which political philosopher/economist argued in favour of a free market as a mechanism to define prices through offer and demand?
Hans Morgenthau, John Mearsheimer and Kenneth Waltz are part of which school of thought in international relations theory?
In his publication "Clash of Civilizations," Samuel Huntington argues that …
In 2009, in her first notable publication, which had been a worldwide success, African economist Dambisa Moyo argued that …
Which statesman won the Nobel Prize for Literature?
The two economists Daron Acemoglu and James A Robinson argue that nations fail to grow if…
What is not part of a research design in political or social sciences?
Is a hypothesis part of a quantitative research design?
What did Robert Putnam describe in his Logic of Two-Level Games?
Which of these journals of international relations is not US based?
Why did Niccolò Macchiavelli's "The Prince" generate controversy?
What are the characteristics of a Federal Republic?
Which of the following countries is not a constitutional parliamentary monarchy?
Following Karl Marx' theories, socialism…
How many offices does the Institute of Security Studies maintain in Africa?
From a legal perspective, who elects the South African President?
In which of the listed systems it is relatively easier to end the term of the President?
Which form of government is dominant among African states?
How many African countries have the monarchy as their form of government?
When did Nelson Mandela start to write the first parts of his book "A Long Walk to Freedom"?
What are the requirements for an "peer-reviewed" article?
In his article "Toward a Theory of Revolution", James C Davis developed the J-Curve. Based on his illustration, it can be stated that revolutions are more like to occur ...
The famous British philosopher John Locke is often regarded as
Centralism is the opposite of ?
In 1960, American economist Walt Whitman Rostow developed the Rostow Stages of Growth model. The model postulates that economic growth occurs in different basic stages of varying length. What are the different stages?
Which African thinker wrote the "On the Post-Colony"?
The head office of SAIIA is located on the campus of the
The abbreviation SAIIA stands for...
In the 2017 Global Think Tank Index, SAIIA has been mentioned. Which of the following statement is correct?
In 2021 SAIIA is celebrating its
Which of the following is not a special tool-kit by SAIIA?
What is the price for the annual student membership at SAIIA?
How long has the KAS-SAIIA Scholarship Programme existed?
SAIIA has different funders, how many core funders does SAIIA have?
From an organizational perspective, SAIIA has different programmes in South Africa. How many programmes does SAIIA have?
Which of the following is one of SAIIA's programmes?
Which of the following is not one of SAIIA's programmes?
SAIIA's publications are based in different categories, how many are there?
How many SAIIA Programmes are based in Johannesburg?
How many KAS-SAIIA Scholars are in the 2021 cohort?
The abbreviation KAS stands for
The work of KAS is based on three underlying principles; what are those principles?
Where is the KAS head office?
Since when is KAS in South Africa?
Which of the following statements is true?
Why is Konrad Adenauer famous in Germany?
Which of the following statements is true?
Where does KAS have offices in South Africa?
Konrad Adenauer and Charles de Gaulle can be best described as...
Which economic system did the Adenauer government introduce?
KAS is ideologically affiliated to ...
In all low-income countries across the world, how many girls finish primary school?
The vast majority of the global population lives in:
How has the number of people living in absolute poverty changed over the last 20 years?
The global average life expectancy is currently about
Which Global Summit is focussed on global warming challenges in 2021?
Work is to money, as study is to...
Which Items are placed at the end of a document?
Which former United States President is considered a key proponent of modern idealism and the need for international institutional arrangements?
In game theory, which scenario is used to describe the event in which a rational agent would choose to cooperate rather than to defect, even though this would result in a suboptimal outcome for the individuals in the group?
Which political theory argues that global economic relations are arranged to benefit certain social classes and that the resulting 'world-system' is fundamentally unjust?
Which renewable energy resource is South Africa’s Department of Science and Innovation currently developing a roadmap and plans for an industrial cluster for?
What is the term used to denote how the anticipation of future extraction revenue leads to adverse macro-economic and political effects?
Conflict in Mozambique is often associated with the discovery of which natural resource/s?
The first Public Protector in South Africa was
The speaker of the National Assembly is
The Supreme Court of Appeal is based in
According to Statistics SA (Stats SA), in the first quarter of 2021, the South African economy grew by how much percent?
In Nelson Mandela's autobiography Long Walk to Freedom. He says I was not born with a hunger…
The statement "A comb is a foreign concept to Africa" in Thabo Mbeki's biography The Dream Deferred is attributed to which well known South African politician
"I am an African, and I set my pride in my race over against a hostile public opinion",who said these words?
The National and Provincial Elections in South Africa takes place every
Which are the 3 Chapter 9 institutions in South Africa
Who coined the term rainbow nation?
The first President of South Africa's Constitutional Court was
Who said: "Democracy is a government of the people, by the people and for the people"
How many South Africans are living in extreme poverty (UN Report)
National Orders are the highest awards that a country, through its President, bestows on its citizens and eminent foreign nationals. What is SA's highest order?
The direct translation of the motto ǃke e꞉ ǀxarra ǁke on the Coat of Arms written in the Khoisan language of the ǀXam people is…
Nkosi Sikelel' iAfrika was composed by
The National Assembly is composed of how many seats
The Chairperson of the Judicial Service Commission is
South Africa’s mid year population is estimated to have increased to 59,62 million in 2020
What does the acronym NHI stand for
The current leader of the Democratic Alliance is
The founder of the Apolitical Academy is
I write what I like, is a compilation of writings from an anti-apartheid activist
African National Congress secretary-general Ace Magashule and seven others were charged in the asbestos eradication tender scandal worth…
In which year did South Africa join BRICS
In which year was South Africa the chair of the African Union
Who is the Minister of International Relations and Cooperation
How many member states are in the Southern African Development Community (SADC)?
In which city is the headquarters of the (SADC)?
Which year was the Pan-African Parliament established?
What is the purpose of the Pan-African Parliament ?
Which of the following African Union institutions is NOT based in South Africa?
Who is the current chairperson of the African Union?
From which European country did Angola achieve independence in 1975?
Which African country was the first to gain independence?
Which country was the first elected female head of state, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, from?
Which period of European history does "Scramble for Africa" refer to?
Which factor was mainly responsible for the mass killings in Rwanda and Burundi in the mid-1990s?
Which African country’s Prime Minister and entire government resigned?
Which European country and former colonial power agreed to pay Namibia €1.1bn over historical Herero-Nama genocide?
Who was Haile Selassie I?
The AfCFTA (African Continental Free Trade Area) is…
Which year did South Africa receive independence?
Who was the first president of Zambia?
Which two countries were never colonized by foreign powers during the “scramble for Africa”?
Which famous statesman made the "I am an African" speech?
The first G20 meeting took place during the financial crisis of the 1930s, also known as the Great Depression?
Who is the South Africa’s current Minister of Finance?
BRICS is a coalition of prominent countries from the South consisting of the following members
The World Trade Organization commenced operations in which year?
The Kimberley Process was set up to deal with what natural resource issue?
NDCs are important national policy tools to support the implementation of global commitments to address climate change. What does the acronym NDC stand for?
What global issue is addressed by the Paris Agreement?
What is the name of the regional framework that seeks to ensure that Africa’s mineral resources contribute to sustainable growth and industrialisation on the continent?
Which African country has the most developed startup ecosystem on the continent according to the StartupBlink Ecosystem Index Report 2021
True or False: Angola has more Portuguese speakers than Portugal.
True or False:Parliaments in Africa have greater representation of women than the U.S. Congress.
Copper's price has recently increased rapidly, partially due to its use in electric vehicles. Only one African country produces more copper than Zambia. Which is it?
What is the capital of Ghana?
Which former African head of state was affectionely known as Mwalimu?
The Prime Minister of Lesotho is
Kofi Annan was the Secretary General of the United Nations
What is commonly known as the "Arab Spring"?
Who is the British Prime Minister?
Who is currently the Brazilian President?
Which country is not a member of the Arab League?
Who is the Chinese Head of Government?
South Africa’s annual Gross National Product (GDP) is about 350 billion US-Dollar. Which economy has a roughly a similar size?
The Southern African Customs Union…
The huge infrastructure project in order to strengthen Chinese trade routes is called:
Which is Angola’s most important commodity?
What do Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania not have in common?
The minister of Defence for South Africa is
What type of electoral system does South Africa currently have?
Which institution is responsible for organising and implementing elections in South Africa?
How many official languages does South Africa have?
What is the first sentence of the Preamble of the South African Constitution?
South Africa has direct access to