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7th October 2020 Across Africa, politicians are using personal fashion to communicate. From red berets, to all-khaki ensembles, to full-on cosplaying, leaders... →
7th October 2020 An important answer was the dearth of opportunities for those working on the problem to share and learn together. To address this shortcoming, the... →
6th October 2020 South Africa plays an important role internationally and in Africa. But meeting its commitments to institutions such as the United Nations Security... →
22nd September 2020 The twentieth anniversary of UN Security Council Resolution 1325 (2000) is in October 2020. It is a landmark resolution on women’s role in... →
22nd September 2020 The power of infrastructure to shape economies and societies is enormous. Infrastructure underpins commercial life, provides vital social services... →
22nd September 2020 This study is prepared by the World Economic Forum to support the China Council for International Cooperation on Environment and Development... →
23rd November 2020 The Democratic Alliance (DA) has written to Parliament’s Chairperson of the Home Affairs Committee, Adv Bongani Bongo to request a joint meeting... →
23rd November 2020 The Democratic Alliance (DA) in Gauteng is not surprised that the Health Portfolio Committee, during a recent committee meeting, questioned the... →
23rd November 2020 Tomorrow will mark exactly 11 months since Section 139 (5)(a) and (c) of the Constitution was invoked in the Mangaung Local Municipality on 24... →
23rd November 2020 South Africa saw a sharp decrease in Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) emissions in 2019, bringing the country’s emissions to their lowest level on record,... →
22nd September 2020 When entering into settlement discussions, the content of your discussions and subsequent correspondence is of the utmost importance. Consideration... →
21st September 2020 South Africa has moved to Level 1 lockdown restrictions from 21 September 2020. This has brought about further relaxation of the restrictions that... →
The New World After Unwired Planet – Could The UK Supreme Court Decision Cause The Demise Of Global FRAND Licensing?
21st September 2020 A recent decision by the UK Supreme Court on FRAND licences may initially appear to favour owners of standards essential patents and stimulate... →
21st September 2020 The JSE has identified focus areas for listed companies to consider when raising capital to weather the Covid-19 crisis, including the amount of... →