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14th December 2017 The conclusions of this weekend’s 52nd Ordinary Summit of the Conference of Heads of State and Government of the Economic Community of West African... →
14th December 2017 Kenya’s public wage bill is stubbornly defying government efforts to rein it in, a frustrated-sounding Kenyan deputy president William Ruto said.... →
13th December 2017 These days, South Africa's media seem to be reporting continuously on a single subject: the governing ANC's 54th national conference that is... →
13th December 2017 The biggest changes to South Africa’s labour laws since 1995, shortly after the country’s first democratic elections, are currently being... →
1st December 2017 The New Urban Agenda agreed at the United Nations Conference on Housing and Sustainable Urban Development (also called Habitat III) in Quito,... →
30th November 2017 In light of the current political transition in Zimbabwe, the Brenthurst Foundation has announces the release of a Discussion Paper by the eminent... →
Beyond Borders: How to make the global compacts on migration and refugees work for uprooted children
30th November 2017 Recent large-scale movements of refugees and migrants have drawn attention to the need for global and coordinated action for peaceful, orderly and... →
30th November 2017 In April 2017, tens of thousands of people took to the streets in Venezuela to protest against the government-controlled Supreme Court’s attempt to... →
17th January 2018 The EFF notes the appointment of Wiseman Nkuhlu as chair of the KPMG board. We note that at the center of corruption in South Africa, not just in... →
Interdicting disciplinary proceedings: The Labour Court provides guidance on what may constitute exceptional circumstances
20th November 2017 When should the Labour Court prevent an employer from exercising its right to take disciplinary action against employees? In Booysen v Minister of... →
Constitutional Court decides in State Information Technology Agency SOC Limited/Gijima Holdings case
20th November 2017 The Constitutional Court this week handed down judgment in a matter that will be of interest to parties who contract with state owned companies. On... →