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18th October 2018 The World Bank’s latest annual report on poverty and shared prosperity has an unsurprisingly positive message that only 10% of the world’s... →
18th October 2018 The curriculum is not just the “stuff” that students must learn to be knowledgeable and skilled in a particular discipline. It’s about more than... →
18th October 2018 The future of Africa will be significantly shaped by two major accords: the post-Cotonou Agreement with the European Union (EU) and the African... →
16th October 2018 Development finance institutions (DFIs) have recognized the importance of openness and transparency in projects they finance directly, yet they... →
Let’s Be Real: The Informal Sector and the Gig Economy are the Future, and the Present, of Work in Africa
16th October 2018 It’s time we recognized the truth about the future of work in Africa: it isn’t in the growth of full-time formal sector jobs. The future of work... →
15th October 2018 Report by the World Health Organisation →
15th October 2018 The World Development Report (WDR) 2019: The Changing Nature of Work studies how the nature of work is changing as a result of advances in... →
23rd October 2018 Ahead of its maiden African Investment Forum next month, the African Development Bank continues to see another year of sustained indicators,... →
Wits University: The Possession, Use And Cultivation Of Cannabis Remains Prohibited On Wits University's Campuses
23rd October 2018 The University of the Witwatersrand has noted the judgement announced by the Constitutional Court of South Africa on 18 September 2018 pertaining... →
23rd October 2018 The Gauteng IFP has learned with great concern that 54 000 learners in the Gauteng province have not yet been placed in schools for next year’s... →
23rd October 2018 The Department of Trade Industry (the dti) in partnership with the National Regulator for Compulsory Specifications (NRCS) and the National... →
12th October 2018 This October, various charity organisations and NGOs across South Africa are set to benefit from the local roll-out of the annual RE Cares Month.... →
11th October 2018 Government is keeping a close eye on the implementation of South Africa’s Special Economic Zones (SEZs) and showing a willingness to adapt elements... →
Is singing struggle songs in the workplace racist and if so, does it justify the dismissal of an employee?
11th October 2018 Is the singing of struggle songs in the workplace racist and if so, does it justify the dismissal of an employee? SUMMARY The singing of struggle... →