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21st November 2017 Her arms lie outstretched on the table before her. The next moment, she has withdrawn them, folding them in towards her body. Her eyes focus.... →
20th November 2017 “South Africa the land of milk and NO HANI” - a statement in yellow graffiti that remains a vivid memory from my early nineties youth. It appeared... →
20th November 2017 A report into the feasibility of offering free higher education at South Africa’s universities has finally been released. It has been nearly two... →
20th November 2017 South Africa’s unemployment rate puts it in the bottom ten countries in the world. Hunger levels are growing. It has what Berkeley geography... →
17th November 2017 Since August 25, 2017, Burmese security forces have committed widespread rape against women and girls as part of a campaign of ethnic cleansing... →
Afriforum: Lesufi’s remarks prove that ideology is more important to education department than quality education
21st November 2017 Shortly after the release of the contentious National Education Bill followed a new flood of remarks against Afrikaans education by the Gauteng MEC... →
21st November 2017 The province-wide outbreak of Avian Flu has taken its toll on commercial and emerging farmers, who to date received no assistance from national... →
21st November 2017 A joint meeting of the Standing Committee on Public Accounts (Scopa) and the Portfolio Committee on Social Development today expressed its pleasure... →
Interdicting disciplinary proceedings: The Labour Court provides guidance on what may constitute exceptional circumstances
20th November 2017 When should the Labour Court prevent an employer from exercising its right to take disciplinary action against employees? In Booysen v Minister of... →
Constitutional Court decides in State Information Technology Agency SOC Limited/Gijima Holdings case
20th November 2017 The Constitutional Court this week handed down judgment in a matter that will be of interest to parties who contract with state owned companies. On... →