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23rd January 2017 The United States spends about $50-billion on foreign aid, or about 1% of its entire federal budget. Much of it, whether in the form of... →
20th January 2017 With tensions rising in The Gambia, a coalition of states have deployed forces along the country’s borders, poised to launch a military... →
5th October 2017 The Department of Water and Sanitation enhanced capital infrastructure project planning, thereby reducing emergency intervention projects to a... →
5th October 2017 Eskom sought McKinsey and Trillian’s cooperation in respectively returning R1-billion and R564-million which appears to have been unlawfully paid... →
5th October 2017 South Africa and Algeria are acting resolutely and methodically to translate political partnerships into tangible actions in various areas of... →
5th October 2017 In response to a Constitutional Court judgment that nullified the 2014 Restitution of Land Rights Act, citing inadequate public involvement, the... →
5th April 2016 As the firm continues to reinforce its bench strength and expertise in key areas to drive its growth strategy, it today announced the appointment... →
Is there a limit to the powers of trustees to determine the mode of payment of a death benefit to a major beneficiary
5th April 2016 The Pension Fund Adjudicator’s decision in the matter of Mahomed v Argus Provident Fund  JOL 35406 (PFA) dealt with dissatisfaction with the... →
Labour Appeal Court finds against Amcu in long-running labour battle, but this is unlikely to be the last word on the matter
4th April 2016 An important decision by the Labour Appeal Court was made last week to finally determine the long-running dispute between the Association of... →