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By: African News Agency Updated 1 hour 30 minutes ago The Commission of Inquiry into the August 1, post-election violence -- chaired by former South African president Kgalema Motlanthe -- resumed in... →
Updated 4 minutes ago South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has changed the country’s political landscape significantly since he came to power in February 2018. This... →
Updated 10 minutes ago Nigeria’s 2019 elections are just months away, and Peter Obi, the recently announced Peoples Democratic Party candidate for vice president, has... →
12th November 2018 President Cyril Ramaphosa has been working hard to improve South Africa’s economic situation. In October he hosted a jobs summit that’s expected to... →
9th November 2018 South Africans might be forgiven for expecting two key commissions of inquiry currently underway to change the country. Some of these expectations,... →
Updated 53 minutes ago In 2010, Mondelēz and other members of the Consumer Goods Forum (CGF) recognised the global climate impact of deforestation and agreed to work... →
Updated 1 hour 9 minutes ago The Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT) has released its 2017/2018 integrated report, which for the first time is supplemented by additional digital... →
12th November 2018 Development of comprehensive data policy necessarily involves trade-offs. Cross-border data flows are crucial to the digital economy. The use of... →
Updated 1 hour 3 minutes ago The Communist Party of Swaziland (CPS) has received information that the royal Swaziland police today (12 November 2018) arbitrarily detained the... →
Environmental Affairs Committee Calls For A Policy And Legislative Review On Captive Lion Breeding For Hunting And Lion Bone Trade
Updated 1 hour 4 minutes ago The Portfolio Committee on Environmental Affairs adopted the Report of a two-day colloquium it held on Captive Breeding of Lions for Hunting and... →
12th November 2018 The South African Federation of Trade Unions has noted the R15 million fine the Reserve Bank imposed on the South African branch of the Hong Kong... →
8th November 2018 Have you ever seen signs in a parking bay written “Disabled People Only”? Have you heard a person say “I’m not disabled, but I am a person with a... →
Is there a duty on employees to "snitch" on their fellow colleagues if they become aware they are committing workplace misconduct or crime?
7th November 2018 The subject heading above is all but related to a difficult concept of "derivative misconduct", which lies in an employee’s failure to offer... →