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26th May 2020 South Africa’s economy has consistently been a two-speed economy. It has one of the highest inequality rates in the world, characterised by gaps in... →
26th May 2020 Stating his intention to set the country on ‘a new path of growth, employment and transformation,’ South African President Cyril Ramaphosa... →
26th May 2020 Burkina Faso is currently experiencing one of the most rapidly deteriorating humanitarian crises in the world, exacerbated by the COVID-19... →
26th May 2020 Every year, millions of people suffer from financial catastrophe due to out-of-pocket healthcare payments and most of them are pushed into poverty.... →
26th May 2020 This paper analyzes the effect of the quality of governance (proxied by perceived corruption) on attitudes toward paying taxes. Using the... →
26th May 2020 The Higher Education Transformation Network (HETN) hereby confirms that it has removed its urgent court papers from the urgent roll of the Gauteng... →
26th May 2020 The Competition Tribunal has confirmed three consent agreements relating to COVID-19 excessive pricing complaints. This brings the total number,... →
26th May 2020 On 16 April 2020 the Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) paid the first batch of Covid-19 Temporary Employer/Employee Relief Scheme (TERS) benefits... →
26th May 2020 North West Health MEC, Madoda Sambatha will tomorrow, Wednesday 27 May 2020 at 11h00 visit Impala Mine in Rustenburg to monitor workplace... →
26th May 2020 The Competition Act was amended in February 2020 to introduce new rules to protect small, medium and black-owned suppliers in specific sectors (the... →
25th May 2020 Stats SA reports that 28% of businesses surveyed had decreased working hours, with close to 20% laying off staff in the short term¹, as a direct... →