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11th September 2015 On paper, women in South Africa ought to enjoy the highest status globally. But this has not translated into fundamental freedoms of dignity,... →
11th September 2015 Every year, Senegal loses 40 000 hectares of forest, especially in the Casamance region where timber trafficking has increased. To address this,... →
11th September 2015 In the book Capitalism, Socialism and Democracy, Joseph Schumpeter states: “Frank presentation of ominous facts was never more necessary than it is... →
5th August 2013 Private schools for the poor are a global phenomenon. In Nigeria, Kenya, Ghana, Colombia, Chile, India and elsewhere parents are deserting failing... →
1st August 2013 On 20 July 2013, Premier Helen Zille wrote a well-publicised defence of Minister Angie Motshekga in which she sought to absolve Motshekga of... →
DA: Michele Clarke says repaired Ekurhuleni Metro Police vehicles cannot hit the streets due to non-payment
25th January 2018 Ekurhuleni Metro Police Department (EMPD) vehicles that were sent for repairs last year have not been returned from the dealerships due to... →
25th January 2018 The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) welcomes the gazetting of the terms of reference for the state capture inquiry and looks forward to... →
25th January 2018 Premier Ace Magashule cannot brush off questions posed to him related to his family members’ links to the Guptas and companies named by the Asset... →
SA: Justice and Correctional Services Committee welcomes announcement of terms of reference for State Capture Commission
25th January 2018 Parliaments Portfolio Committee on Justice and Correctional Services welcomes the release of the terms of reference for the Judicial Commission of... →
3rd October 2013 The change in South Africa’s Companies Act, which allows many small and medium firms to forgo an annual audit for a less costly review, offers a... →
Landlords and Tenants Stuck in Litigious Limbo: Maphango and Others v Aengus Lifestyle Properties (Pty) Ltd 2012 (3) SA 531 (CC)
3rd October 2013 Intro The business of being a South African is fraught with uncertainty and it is ever more so if you are a South African businessperson. If I were... →