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Updated 7 hours ago Will Kenya change for the better if citizens adopt proposed solutions to the country’s political governance problems in attempts to steer it clear... →
11th December 2019 Three South African cities run by opposition party coalitions for the past three years have been facing tough times. In Johannesburg, a new mayor... →
11th December 2019 South Africa entered the world of coalition politics in earnest three years ago. In the local election in 2016 three major cities found themselves... →
10th December 2019 Illicit activities such as weapon, drug, motorcycle and fuel trafficking, cattle rustling, artisanal gold mining and poaching are at the heart of... →
Updated 7 hours ago Countries need to be increasingly ambitious in their pledges to scale up renewables and cut energy-related carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. The... →
Updated 7 hours ago In 2018, less than 5% of people identified as needing resettlement by UNHCR were resettled – just 0.2% of the global refugee population.... →
11th December 2019 The cost of official corruption is high: it degrades public trust, impedes economic development, and undermines the rule of law. Countries around... →
Updated 2 hours 51 minutes ago The United National Transport Union (UNTU) welcomes the swift response of the South African Police Service (SAPS) in arresting two teenagers in... →
SAEPU Sends condolences To Families of People Who Lost Their Lives During An Accident That Involved Planned Patient Transport And A Car
Updated 3 hours ago The South African Emergency Personnel’s Union (SAEPU) sends heartfelt condolences to the families of people who lost their lives and wishes speedy... →
Updated 7 hours ago It is more than 20 years since the South African constitution first guaranteed children’s “right to basic health care services”. This is part of a... →
Unsuccessful unfair dismissal dispute does not necessarily mean the end of the road for civil claims
Updated 7 hours ago A recent Labour Appeal Court (LAC) finding is a useful reminder that employers need to be aware that employees' pursuit of their unfair dismissal... →
Updated 7 hours ago The Labour Court recently considered yet another case of racist remarks made by an employee outside of the workplace in Edcon Limited v Cantamessa... →