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14th November 2018 More than 14-million people live in South Africa’s economic hub, the Gauteng City-Region. That’s 25% of the country’s population. A lot of media... →
14th November 2018 The land reform debate in South Africa has become increasingly polarised since Parliament resolved to consider amending the country’s Constitution... →
13th November 2018 South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has changed the country’s political landscape significantly since he came to power in February 2018. This... →
Examining the crude details – Government audits of oil and gas project costs to maximize revenue collection
14th November 2018 The petroleum sector offers governments huge potential revenues that could be invested in poverty alleviation and inequality reduction, but those... →
14th November 2018 Growing shares of solar and wind power call for increasingly flexible grid operation. This report from the International Renewable Energy Agency... →
13th November 2018 The results of the Gauteng City-Region Observatory’s 5th Quality of Life Survey (2017/2018) show that, despite very challenging economic... →
15th November 2018 The Law Society of South Africa (LSSA) has appointed an independent law firm to investigate the leakage of the August 2018 Attorneys Admission... →
15th November 2018 The South African Government has welcomed a resolution by the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) to lift sanctions against Eritrea. The... →
15th November 2018 Former ANC mayor of Matlosana Local Municipality, Cllr Washington Ntozini, elected on Tuesday earlier this week, announced his resignation... →
15th November 2018 The IFP notes with serious concern the rushed report adopted by the Constitutional Review Committee today on amending Section 25 of the... →
8th November 2018 Have you ever seen signs in a parking bay written “Disabled People Only”? Have you heard a person say “I’m not disabled, but I am a person with a... →
Is there a duty on employees to "snitch" on their fellow colleagues if they become aware they are committing workplace misconduct or crime?
7th November 2018 The subject heading above is all but related to a difficult concept of "derivative misconduct", which lies in an employee’s failure to offer... →