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18th June 2018 From early in his life Nelson Mandela was very conscious of who he was, in relation to others, his identity or identities and the imagery that he... →
15th June 2018 Now that Cyril Ramaphosa has served as South Africa’s president for more than three months, many pundits and ordinary citizens are assessing his... →
Submission To Parliament’s Constitutional Review Committee In Re: Expropriation Without Compensation
8th June 2018 The Joint Constitutional Review Committee has called for written public submissions on the review of section 25 of the Constitution in order to... →
8th June 2018 South Africa’s energy sector is a major contributor to the country’s Green House Gas (GHG) emissions, given its dependence on fossil fuels for... →
8th June 2018 Part of the National Development Plan’s vision is that, by 2030, South Africans will have universal early childhood education, high-quality... →
8th June 2018 VIEWPOINTS is a new series published by the Centre for Development and Enterprise in which we will be drawing on the expertise of South Africans... →
21st June 2018 Committee Chairperson, Ms Lungi Mnganga-Gcabashe has called on Eskom management and the three trade unions involved (NUM, NUMSA and Solidarity) to... →
21st June 2018 This morning the Constitutional Court delivered a judgment that, inter alia, directs Parliament to amend the Promotion of Access to Information Act... →
21st June 2018 Premier David Makhura should act on the latest report which details unbridled corruption that totals R 1.2 billion when Brian Hlongwa was MEC for... →
21st June 2018 The Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, Mr Senzeni Zokwana, welcomes the green light received on the proposed sea-based Aquaculture... →
18th June 2018 Africa’s heightened economic momentum is widely recognised, with the continent now well entrenched as one of the favoured global destinations for... →
14th June 2018 Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has announced the appointment of Ian Petherbridge, as director in the Durban office. Ian will be focussing... →
14th June 2018 In the Royal Bafokeng Nation "a king is a king by virtue of the people" (kgosi ke kgosi ka morafe). This was endorsed by the South African High... →