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The South African BRICS Think Tank (SABTT) is the body mandated by the South African government to represent South Africa on the BRICS Think Tank`s Council (BTTC) and to advise government on BRICS-related matters. The incipient SABTT comprises: the National Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences (NIHSS) which has been appointed by the South African Cabinet; the South African government, represented by the Department of International Relations and Cooperation  (DIRCO) and the Department of Higher Education and Training  (DHET); and South African universities, represented by Higher Education South Africa  (HESA). The BRICS agenda is spearheaded by the NIHSS and is supported by the BRICS Research Centre at the HSRC.

SA BRICS Think Tank Objectives

  • Provide a platform for researchers and academics to exchange ideas and to generate evidence-based policy recommendations
  • Shape the strategic vision of South Africa and the wider African region around global financial, economic and governance issues
  • Provide research-based technical and institutional support to the South African government in the formulation and re-formulation of relevant BRICS-related public policies and development programmes
  • Conduct policy analysis aimed at informing the long-term strategy of BRICS
  • Conduct broad-based analysis on the relationships between South Africa and the BRICS countries from the perspective of both South Africa's national interests, the interests of the African continent, and the interests of the BRICS countries.

 

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