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20th September 2018 South Africa’s Constitutional Court has passed down a judgment that makes it legal for adults to cultivate and smoke marijuana in their homes. The... →
19th September 2018 The “Mandela and Me” exhibition at the British Council in London marks the centenary of Nelson Mandela’s birth in 1918. The exhibition is sponsored... →
19th September 2018 South Sudan’s government, opposition and rebel groups have signed an agreement that lays the foundation for a transition government. But many doubt... →
18th September 2018 A commission of inquiry into corruption in South Africa is underway. How it goes about its work, and delivers on its mandate, will have profound... →
19th September 2018 Nepal’s disability allowance is one of five government-run social security allowance schemes. It is part of the government’s approach to promote... →
19th September 2018 This briefing explores international labour migration against the backdrop of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. It uses a ‘decent work’... →
19th September 2018 In this briefing, we discuss the technology–migration nexus and show its significance to a range of SDGs and achieving the 2030 Agenda for... →
21st September 2018 Cabinet’s decision this week to withdraw the bill amending the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act, and to accept the revised mining... →
21st September 2018 One hundred and seventy six (176) Eskom contractors and suppliers from around the country graduated yesterday after completing the eight-month... →
21st September 2018 Today the Minister of Home Affairs, Malusi Gigaba, met with the Access Chapter 2, a human rights organisation working with the Lesbian, Gay,... →
21st September 2018 The South African Government has sent a message of condolences to the Government of the United Republic of Tanzania following a boat accident that... →
18th September 2018 The Constitutional Court announced today that dagga is now legal in South Africa for private use. However, there are a number of concerns and... →
18th September 2018 Organisations in Africa that are processing the personal information of data subjects from within the European Union (EU) should already have... →
18th September 2018 Webber Wentzel won three of the main awards at the prestigious African Legal Awards hosted in Johannesburg on 7 September, 2018. Webber Wentzel... →