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Israel's BDS attack is an attack on South Africans and ANC, says party in WCape

By: African News Agency      11th January 2018 The African National Congress (ANC) in the Western Cape has warned the Israeli government that its recent blacklisting of those who support the... 

 Israel's BDS attack is an attack on South Africans and ANC, says party in WCape
 State capture commission must focus on Zuma, Guptas - Kathrada Foundation

State capture commission must focus on Zuma, Guptas - Kathrada Foundation 

By: African News Agency      11th January 2018 The Ahmed Kathrada Foundation has called for the judicial commission of inquiry into allegations of State Capture not to be interrupted by calls of... 

Parliament on course to probe Steinhoff scandal

Parliament on course to probe Steinhoff scandal 

By: News24Wire      11th January 2018 The Chairperson of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Finance, Yunus Carrim, confirmed on Thursday that there was no change in the decision to... 

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 Creating conditions conducive to stability in Guinea-Bissau

Creating conditions conducive to stability in Guinea-Bissau

14th December 2017 The conclusions of this weekend’s 52nd Ordinary Summit of the Conference of Heads of State and Government of the Economic Community of West African... 

Do just 700 000 public workers gobble up half of Kenya’s taxes, as Ruto said?

Do just 700 000 public workers gobble up half of Kenya’s taxes, as Ruto said?

14th December 2017 Kenya’s public wage bill is stubbornly defying government efforts to rein it in, a frustrated-sounding Kenyan deputy president William Ruto said.... 

What can we expect from South Africa's ANC conference?

What can we expect from South Africa's ANC conference? 

13th December 2017 These days, South Africa's media seem to be reporting continuously on a single subject: the governing ANC's 54th national conference that is... 

Why changes to South Africa's labour laws are an assault on workers' rights

Why changes to South Africa's labour laws are an assault on workers' rights 

13th December 2017 The biggest changes to South Africa’s labour laws since 1995, shortly after the country’s first democratic elections, are currently being... 

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Recruitment of M23 Rebels to Suppress Protests in the Democratic Republic of Congo

Recruitment of M23 Rebels to Suppress Protests in the Democratic Republic of Congo

4th December 2017 Security forces in the Democratic Republic of Congo killed at least 62 people and arrested hundreds of others during protests across the country... 

 Whose City? An evaluation of urban safety for women in 10 countries

Whose City? An evaluation of urban safety for women in 10 countries

1st December 2017 The New Urban Agenda agreed at the United Nations Conference on Housing and Sustainable Urban Development (also called Habitat III) in Quito,... 

When the Music Stops: Learning from the Mugabe years for Zimbabwe’s economic future

When the Music Stops: Learning from the Mugabe years for Zimbabwe’s economic future

30th November 2017 In light of the current political transition in Zimbabwe, the Brenthurst Foundation has announces the release of a Discussion Paper by the eminent... 

Beyond Borders: How to make the global compacts on migration and refugees work for uprooted children

Beyond Borders: How to make the global compacts on migration and refugees work for uprooted children

30th November 2017 Recent large-scale movements of refugees and migrants have drawn attention to the need for global and coordinated action for peaceful, orderly and... 

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Statements

DIRCO: Government demarches US embassy official

DIRCO: Government demarches US embassy official

14th January 2018 The Deparment of International Relations and Cooperation (DIRCO) will on Monday, 15 January 2017, demarche the Charges de Affaires (the second in... 

SA: Coming up in Parliament this term

SA: Coming up in Parliament this term

14th January 2018 The 2018 programme of Parliament is promising to be one of the most hectic ones if the intensity of the work schedule for the first quarter of the... 

dti: Deputy Minister Magwanishe visits EC Macadamia farm

dti: Deputy Minister Magwanishe visits EC Macadamia farm

14th January 2018 The Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry, Mr Bulelani Magwanishe visited the Amajingqi Macadamia Farming in Willowvale, Eastern Cape as part of... 

DA: Khume Ramulifho says many Gauteng learners will not start school on Wednesday due to registration backlog

DA: Khume Ramulifho says many Gauteng learners will not start school on Wednesday due to registration backlog

14th January 2018 The DA has observed that not all learners in Gauteng will be placed before the schools open and the academic year begins on Wednesday, 17 January... 

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Press Offices

Tax court resolves age-old problem

Tax court resolves age-old problem

27th November 2017 For as long as anyone can remember, a tension has existed between the rules relating to the valuation of closing stock or inventory for accounting... 

New debt relief measures provide limited or no relief

New debt relief measures provide limited or no relief

23rd November 2017 The reduction of debt in the Income Tax Act, 1962 is currently dealt with in section 19 and paragraph 12A of the Eighth Schedule. A... 

Webber Wentzel and Linklaters celebrate Alliance milestone - 5th year of success

Webber Wentzel and Linklaters celebrate Alliance milestone - 5th year of success

22nd November 2017 In 2012, in a ground-breaking move, Webber Wentzel and Linklaters, created a long-term formal collaborative Alliance. This month Webber Wentzel and... 

Share buy-backs by companies – how is this regulated?

Share buy-backs by companies – how is this regulated?

22nd November 2017 The Companies Act 71 of 2008, as amended (hereinafter the “Act”), have provisions in place that regulate the procedure when a company wishes to... 

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