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7th May 2018 Recent violent protests in Mahikeng in South Africa’s North West province have prompted widespread commentary about what’s behind them, as well as... →
7th May 2018 South African President, Cyril Ramaphosa, has impressed many since taking over the country’s reigns earlier this year. But unless the citizens... →
7th May 2018 It is well known that Cyril Ramaphosa’s election as ANC president in December was by a small number of votes and that he was elected alongside... →
4th May 2018 South Africa’s history of segregation has left its footprints in many places. Take the case of semi-rural Franschoek in the country’s Western Cape... →
The Case of the Social and Labour Plan Outcomes of Mineral Sands Resources Limited, Tormin Mine & the Community of Lutzville
23rd April 2018 The report was released to coincide with the #Right2SayNo court case by Amadiba Crisis Committee against the Department of Mineral Resources, which... →
23rd April 2018 Ghana has been widely acknowledged as one of sub-Saharan Africa’s ‘rising stars’ during the era of the Millennium Development Goals, and has made... →
20th April 2018 Rima and Ahmed are not alone. Despite state-sponsored repression and social stigma, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people in the... →
17th May 2018 Ahead of International Museum Day tomorrow, The DA calls on the Departments of Sport, Arts and Culture and Public Works to prioritise the servicing... →
17th May 2018 The National Treasury Director General (DG), Dondo Mogajane, stated emphatically in parliament that the funding for SAA would not come from... →
17th May 2018 Mr Okgopotse JJ Tabane’s alleged “SACP has lost its former spark” carried by The Star (14 May 2018) refers. If Tabane was a ratings agency, we... →
17th May 2018 The Portfolio Committee on Water and Sanitation has urged the National Treasury to strengthen its intervention measures in departments facing... →
25th April 2018 Let’s face it, when one thinks about China, respect and protection of intellectual property rights is not the first thing that springs to mind.... →
South African Health Products Regulatory Authority intention to to levy a backlog fee is 'legally inappropriate"
24th April 2018 Recent statements by the South African Health Products Regulatory Authority or SAHPRA, the successor to the Medicines Control Council, that it... →
24th April 2018 Section 8E of the Income Tax Act, 1962 (the Act) applies to inter alia deem a share to be a hybrid equity instrument if certain requirements are... →
23rd April 2018 The South African Federation of Trade Unions (SAFTU) will be urging all its members and supporting workers to be part of the National Stay-away and... →