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8th October 2021 The Covid-19 pandemic is continuing to disrupt societies. In South Africa it has caused millions to lose jobs and incomes. At the same time food... →
8th October 2021 There is a long list of existing global crises made worse by the Covid-19 pandemic, including poverty and inequality. Another is food insecurity.... →
8th October 2021 Public discontent, defined as the collective feeling of frustration and unmet expectations, has risen globally, despite improvements in overall... →
5th October 2021 Throughout history, industrialization has been synonymous with development. However, the trend of premature deindustrialization and the spread of... →
5th October 2021 Despite legal and social advances in the past two decades, sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI) people continue to face widespread... →
5th October 2021 To accommodate high shares of variable renewables in an effort to address global climate change, the future power system would require significant... →
14th October 2021 The DA calls on the chairperson of parliamentary portfolio committee on social development, Nonkosi Queenie Mvana, to urgently reconvene the... →
14th October 2021 Solidarity and AfriForum announced today that it ready to defend the ruling that the Department of Tourism’s relief fund is illegal in the... →
14th October 2021 Today, residents of Ekurhuleni are rightfully gatvol of the ANC’s blatant electioneering stunt. Ekurhuleni Mayor, Mzwandile Masina, has renamed a... →
30th September 2021 Competition policy continues to be viewed by regulators as a key driver of economic growth globally. Across Africa, competition policy enforcement... →