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13th April 2015 In the broader scheme of things, how significant are the recent wave of protests that have engulfed South Africa over the past decade? Are they... →
10th April 2015 The wealth associated with Africa’s natural resources is substantial and, if well managed, is enough to reduce poverty on the continent. Yet... →
26th April 2012 The ‘State Institutions Supporting Constitutional Democracy’ – known as the Chapter 9 Institutions, after their place in the Constitution – consist... →
25th April 2012 At a time when most developed economies are still struggling to fully recover from the 2008 global financial crisis, China, India, Brazil, and... →
25th April 2012 Climate change will exacerbate water stress in Pacific Islands, particularly small islands that rely on seasonal rain for their freshwater needs,... →
7th July 2017 The Department of Basic Education (DBE) has noted the recent spate of fake news doing the rounds on social media. Despite the ridiculous nature of... →
7th July 2017 The DA is appalled by how official Parliament communication is being abused in an attempt to mitigate the negative publicity generated by the... →
7th July 2017 PAC welcomes the decision by the Johannesburg South High Court to interdict the grouping which aims to disrupt the work of the media. We have... →
KZN EDTEA: KwaZulu-Natal Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs on Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife state of affairs
7th July 2017 The Department of Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs (EDTEA) has noted with serious concern fabricated media reports which... →
20th May 2013 The South African Revenue Service (SARS) issued Binding Private Ruling 147 (ruling) on 14 May 2013. It deals with the tax treatment of compensation... →
20th May 2013 The South African Institute of Chartered Accountants [SAICA] has urged all South African businesses to participate actively in the consultation... →
20th May 2013 The trade mark application of superstars Jay-Z and Beyoncé to register the name of their infant daughter, Blue Ivy, as a trade mark has been met... →