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18th April 2019 The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of... →
18th April 2019 Poor people in South Africa often feel that the only way they can be heard is to protest. The past few days have shown that not even this gets them... →
18th April 2019 The United Kingdom’s (UK) Department for International Development (DFID) is an ambitious government department that is committed to reducing... →
“We Know Our Lives are in Danger” – Environment of Fear in South Africa’s Mining-Affected Communities
17th April 2019 In March 2016, activist Sikhosiphi “Bazooka” Rhadebe was killed at his home after receiving anonymous death threats. Bazooka was the chairperson of... →
17th April 2019 This report makes the case for reducing government interference in the mining industry to enable it to contribute more effectively to overcoming... →
12th April 2019 Localisation of aid, partnership, and capacity strengthening are increasingly prominent issues within the humanitarian sector. Calls for... →
18th April 2019 Reports that President Cyril Ramaphosa is considering pardoning AbaThembu king, Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo, must be seen for what it is – an attempt to... →
18th April 2019 It is highly doubtful that the new mental hospital in Kimberley, which is said to be 100% complete, will be operationalized any time soon, further... →
18th April 2019 On behalf of the Democratic Alliance, I would like to wish all members of the Christian community a happy and blessed time as they celebrate this... →
17th April 2019 The regulations to the South African Immigration Act, 2002 provide for the Department of Home Affairs to periodically publish a list of critical... →
16th April 2019 Not just the ultimate holiday stop, Mauritius is also a preferred jurisdiction for fund managers looking to establish African-focused funds. A... →
16th April 2019 On 5 April 2019, the Minister of Environmental Affairs gave notice of her intention to require any person who lawfully conducted a hazardous waste... →
16th April 2019 The Legal 500 has once again ranked leading international Intellectual Property (IP) law firm Spoor & Fisher as a Tier 1 firm in South Africa. The... →