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19th May 2022 Confirmed cases of SARS-CoV-2 have been increasing in South Africa in recent weeks. This has been largely driven by two offspring – known as the... →
19th May 2022 Widespread corruption during the pandemic has worsened the devastating effect of Covid-19 on Africa’s economy. Since the continent’s first case was... →
19th May 2022 The effectiveness — or, for that matter, the existence — of Russia's soft power has always been a controversial topic, dividing both academic and... →
19th May 2022 Nigerian president Muhammadu Buhari is to step down after the February 2023 elections after serving his second and final term as an elected... →
24th May 2022 Claims about the potential of social media to change the nature of humanitarian response date back to at least the 2010 Haiti earthquake. Since... →
20th May 2022 The populations of African cities are expected to grow by more than 900 million by 2050. Many of these people will live in secondary cities. These... →
26th May 2022 1. Introduction The Central Executive Committee met in its normal session from the 23rd -25th of May 2022.The meeting took note of the... →
26th May 2022 Gauteng Premier, David Makhura has repeatedly missed his own deadlines to release all the corruption reports on his provincial government that have... →
26th May 2022 Tough talk is not enough to ensure compliance by illegal manganese operators. Only tough action by the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality (NMBM) and... →
26th May 2022 Sections of the Pretoria Central Police Station stand at a high risk of collapse due to no maintenance for at least 30 years which is putting the... →
18th May 2022 Tax Consulting South Africa and Xpatweb, South Africa’s largest tax and international mobility practice respectively, returned this week from the... →
18th May 2022 As businesses explore the vast possibilities of the metaverse, it is essential to also consider the very real risks posed by virtual worlds of this... →
17th May 2022 With the grim petrol price increase prediction of over R3,00 per litre for June 2022, employees are feeling the pinch where disposable cash is... →
16th May 2022 If any profession values the significance of one’s choice of words, it is the legal profession. We know that slight nuances in the meanings of... →