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31st October 2018 A rising number of attacks by gunmen this year have shaken the eastern part of Burkina Faso, increasing insecurity in the area. Although no group... →
31st October 2018 Kenyan taxpayers are unhappy after President Uhuru Kenyatta signed off on a law that increased taxes on many goods and services, including an 8%... →
30th October 2018 To some observers, South Africa’s recent investment summit led by the president Cyril Ramaphosa, seemed like much ado about nothing. Several of the... →
30th October 2018 Ethiopia has broken new ground on gender parity by appointing its first female head of state in the country’s modern history. This came a week... →
24th October 2018 Transport and delivery services are critical for ensuring goods ordered online reach the consumer and are returned when something is not right.... →
24th October 2018 The scale of South Africa’s discontinuity in executive leadership is undoubtedly one of the biggest contributing factors to the African National... →
24th October 2018 In a village in the southern region of Sédhiou, 23-year old Fanta told Human Rights Watch about a secret “relationship” she had with her... →
9th November 2018 The Standing Committee on the Auditor-General is of the view that there is a need for political will and leadership if the worrying trend of... →
9th November 2018 A group of South African companies departs for Sweden tomorrow to participate in the Outward Selling Mission (OSM) that will take place in Malmo... →
9th November 2018 Last night, the new Minister of Finance, Tito Mboweni, had a “meltdown” on Twitter. He declared “war” on editors, claiming the “time to be gentle... →
9th November 2018 The South Africa companies and agencies that are exhibiting at the 1st China International Import Expo (CIIE) in Shanghai, in the People’s Republic... →
24th October 2018 The Employment Equity Amendment Bill (Bill), 2018 amends specific provisions of the Employment Equity Act 55 of 1998 (EEA). The purpose of the Bill... →
22nd October 2018 For years, employers and employees alike have understood that an employer cannot make unilateral changes to contracts of employment. Such... →