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10th October 2017 More than a decade ago South Africa became the first African country to legalise same-sex marriages. But the bulk of these weddings take place... →
9th October 2017 October 9 marks 55 years since Uganda’s independence in 1962. The country’s economy has seen many changes during this time, affected by periods of... →
6th October 2017 In 2007, barely a year after the man who went on to become South Africa’s president, Jacob Zuma, was acquitted on a charge of raping a young woman... →
3rd October 2017 Despite a decades-long history of hospitality that has earned Jordan an international reputation as one of the world’s great refugee-hosting... →
“They Forced Us Onto Trucks Like Animals” – Cameroon’s Mass Forced Return and Abuse of Nigerian Refugees
3rd October 2017 After almost 50 years of taking in hundreds of thousands of refugees from various neighbouring states, Cameroon is shredding its reputation as a... →
19th October 2017 The African National Congress welcomes the tribute paid to ANC President Oliver Reginald (OR) Tambo through the unveiling of a statue in his honour... →
19th October 2017 The passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) has noted the circulation on social media of videos depicting incidents of train surfing with... →
19th October 2017 The ANC’s testimony today before the Moerane Commission of Inquiry into political killings in KwaZulu-Natal was deeply disappointing. The DA and... →
18th October 2017 The no-show by the South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) at the meeting of the Portfolio Committee on Social Development today simply... →
28th September 2017 The next and, presumably, final draft of the proposed changes to the NEMA Financial Provision Regulations are expected to be published any day now,... →
28th September 2017 Much like an army heeding to the cry of its people to take down its adversary, South Africa's competition regulators have heard the pleas of South... →
28th September 2017 A class action suit to have Muslim marriages declared legally valid in South Africa is currently being heard in the Western Cape High Court. The... →
26th September 2017 Fraud and violence in the workplace are serious threats to business stability and can be significant in retail environments where, daily, employees... →