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20th November 2020 Herman Mashaba, former mayor of South Africa’s largest city, Johannesburg, caused a social media stir in November 2020 when he tweeted that there... →
20th November 2020 Complaining about potholes is a local pastime for Johannesburg residents. Hop onto Twitter, for example, and you’ll find photos of pockmarked roads... →
20th November 2020 In 2020, more than 30 violent armed conflicts are raging across the world. Though they vary in duration, geographic spread and geopolitical impact,... →
18th November 2020 This research aims to provide evidence and conclusions for the two key issues of the Global Action Plan, namely: scaling up innovation –... →
1st December 2020 Today, 1 December 2020, South Africa will assume the rotating monthly presidency of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC). This will be South... →
1st December 2020 The Gauteng Department of e-Government has once again incurred irregular expenditure of over R203 million for the second quarter of the 2020/2021... →
30th November 2020 SACBC Justice and Peace Commission strongly condemns the recent torching of trucks and violent assault on foreign drivers. As the truck drivers... →
17th November 2020 A recent Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) matter concerned the validity of the 2017 Preferential Procurement Regulations promulgated under s 5 of the... →
17th November 2020 On 29 September, Webber Wentzel signed up to the United Nation’s Women Empowerment Principles, a seven-step guideline on how to promote gender... →