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24th May 2018 In 2014, the South African government announced a new direction in housing policy. The aim was to phase out smaller low cost housing projects of a... →
24th May 2018 Crimes like piracy, illegal fishing and the smuggling and trafficking of firearms, narcotics and people continue to threaten security in the... →
24th May 2018 Slovenia’s capital city Ljubljana – with a population of just 250,000 – is symbolised by dragons and is one of the greenest cities in Europe.... →
9th May 2018 With growth in Europe and Central Asia likely at its peak, this report addresses two questions. How well is the region prepared for an expected... →
9th May 2018 Since early 2016, insurgent groups in Afghanistan have sharply escalated their attacks in Kabul and other major urban areas that have left... →
8th May 2018 According to a March 2018 World Bank report, South Africa is ‘one of the most unequal countries in the world, and that inequality has increased... →
19th June 2018 Today’s prognosis is the same as yesterday. There is a low probability of rotational loadshedding during the day as a result of power station units... →
19th June 2018 Today, 19 June 2018, marks 105 years since the infamous Land Act of 1913 was enacted by the White minority-ruled government in South Africa. The... →
19th June 2018 The Kopanong Precinct Project, after 15 years, has once again stalled due to affordability concerns. The project, formerly known as the Gauteng... →
19th June 2018 The Liberated Metalworkers Union of South Africa (LIMUSA) takes this opportunity to wish our sister union, the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM)... →
15th May 2018 The draft Control of Tobacco Products and Electronic Delivery Systems Bill was published on 9 May 2018 for public comment. The period for public... →
14th May 2018 Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has launched a chatbot powered by artificial intelligence that responds on the new European Union data... →
11th May 2018 For the tenth time, Fasken has been recognised as the world’s top Global Mining Law Firm of the Year by Who’s Who Legal for 2018, which is also the... →