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3rd December 2018 South Africa’s coal-rich Mpumalanga province is the “world’s largest air pollution hotspot”, an international environmental group recently... →
30th November 2018 R21-billion: that’s how much South Africa’s beleaguered national carrier, South African Airways (SAA), says it needs to keep running. SAA has... →
30th November 2018 The extent of South Africa’s human trafficking problem – also known as trafficking in persons – remains an ‘elusive statistical nightmare’.... →
Examining the crude details – Government audits of oil and gas project costs to maximize revenue collection
14th November 2018 The petroleum sector offers governments huge potential revenues that could be invested in poverty alleviation and inequality reduction, but those... →
14th November 2018 Growing shares of solar and wind power call for increasingly flexible grid operation. This report from the International Renewable Energy Agency... →
AfriForum welcomes Constitutional Court judgment that Zuma acted unlawfully by taking part in suspending SADC tribunal
11th December 2018 The Constitutional Court today found in favour of a group of Zimbabwean farmers assisted by AfriForum, that former President Jacob Zuma was acting... →
11th December 2018 AfriForum once again conducted its annual tests on the drinking water and sewage of 199 South African towns and audited 114 landfill sites across... →
15th November 2018 Can an employer’s threat of criminal and civil proceedings against an employee arising out of the employee’s misconduct constitute conduct which... →
14th November 2018 At yesterday evening’s Café Scientifique, hosted by the Research Contracts and Innovation Department at the University of Cape Town and supported... →