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16th February 2018 South Africa has a new president – Cyril Ramaphosa. But who is he? Ramaphosa cuts a fitting figure to take over government, stabilise the economy,... →
15th February 2018 The Zuma years are over. He kept fighting almost to the very end. But South Africa’s scandal-ridden President Jacob Zuma finally accepted the... →
15th February 2018 In May 2017, ODI and the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) convened a workshop. It aimed to explore to what extent... →
22nd February 2018 Minister Gigaba's Budget Speech, which contained no funding for a new nuclear build, should signal the death knell of the nuclear deal. The time... →
22nd February 2018 The Salvation Army has welcomed the higher than inflation increase in social grants announced in yesterday’s budget. However, the Church fears that... →
8th February 2018 Baker McKenzie’s partner and Head of Tax in Johannesburg, Stephan Spamer, has received a 2018 Client Choice Award in the Corporate Tax category,... →
7th February 2018 It makes for the perfect ideological storm when IP law and ICT law meet and the right to freedom of expression stands in the way. Capitalist and... →
7th February 2018 Currently, South African employment laws provide minimum entitlements to specified leave types for all employees, such as annual leave, sick leave,... →
Warburton Attorneys Monthly Sustainability Legislation, Regulation and Parliamentary Update - Jan 2018
6th February 2018 SECTION A: ENVIRONMENTAL (NATIONAL) National Water Act 36 of 1998 →