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6th February 2018 The State of the Nation addresses involves reflection on government’s achievements: how many households have been connected to electricity or how... →
5th February 2018 South Africa is running out of water. Not just Cape Town, the entire country. The problem is most immediate in the Mother City, but the country has... →
5th February 2018 Making deals, through securing a meeting of minds, always bears the danger that one celebrates negotiating skills and deal making rather than... →
2nd February 2018 The closure of any media outlet is normally mourned by all journalists, because of the loss of jobs, diversity and competition. But the... →
Making tax work for girls’ education: How and why governments can reduce tax incentives to invest more in girls’ education.
30th January 2018 We are launching these documents at the Global Partnership for Education replenishment meeting in Senegal in February 2018. The Global Partnership... →
30th January 2018 The adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) has given a new urgency to efforts to confront deficits in employment. We take up the call... →
29th January 2018 In October 2015, following elections in August, the Sri Lankan government under President Maithripala Sirisena agreed to a consensus resolution at... →
20th February 2018 The ANC government has been running an unsustainable budget for many a year – and they are well aware of this, judging from the comments made by... →
20th February 2018 As the traditional Prime Minister to the Zulu Monarch and Nation, and as a lifelong servant of the people of South Africa, I was anxious to hear... →
19th February 2018 The Minister of State Security, Adv Bongani Bongo, has noted with concern media reports alleging that he has had prolonged stay at a Cape Town... →
19th February 2018 The Presidency welcomes the indefinite postponement by the North Gauteng High Court of an application by the Chamber of Mines and seven mining... →
22nd January 2018 The South African International Arbitration Act No. 15 of 2017 sailed through the National Council of Provinces in November last year and was... →
22nd January 2018 The South African National Treasury published the Second Draft Carbon Tax Bill for public comment on 14 December 2017. Since South Africa endorsed... →
19th January 2018 As complexity grows, no one can afford to do business as usual. Today, Fasken launches a new brand and website. We have shortened our brand name we... →