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29th November 2017 Africa will remain turbulent because it is poor and young, but also because it is growing and dynamic. Development is disruptive but also presents... →
29th November 2017 Mankosi is a remote rural community in South Africa’s Eastern Cape province. It is home to almost 6,000 people. The nearest city is Mthatha, about... →
28th November 2017 In 2002, the African Union reported that Africa lost about USD$148-billion through corruption every year. This represented 25% of the continent’s... →
28th November 2017 ‘I have to go,’ she says. And is gone. A few moments later, he calls her back, as he has several times, and she talks some more – anxiously and... →
13th November 2017 By design, the humanitarian–development aid architecture is strictly segregated, divided by mandates and rules that were originally designed to... →
10th November 2017 In May 2017, a 23-year-old woman was murdered in Haryana state’s Rohtak district. The victim’s body was found four days after she was allegedly... →
9th November 2017 When global corporations and the super-rich use tax havens to avoid paying their fair share, it is the poorest countries and people who lose most.... →
BLA: Black Lawyers Association condemns the growing unsubstantiated accusations of judicial overreach
12th December 2017 The Gauteng Division of the High Court (Pretoria) judgment handed down by the full court in the matter between Corruption Watch and others versus... →
12th December 2017 “The number one challenge the City faces is the breakdown of the rule of law,” City of Johannesburg’s Executive Mayor, Cllr Herman Mashaba, told a... →
2nd November 2017 The Norton Rose Fulbright Public Interest Law team is celebrating a milestone ten years’ involvement in legal challenges for those without the... →
1st November 2017 Although international arbitrators from the United Kingdom, France and the United States are generally considered to be among the “best in the... →
1st November 2017 The Taxation Laws Amendment Bill (TLAB), released on 25 October 2017, proposes measures intended to target certain share buy-back and dividend... →