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17th February 2021 The attempt by former South African president Jacob Zuma to destabilise the country’s constitutional order, and defy the rule of law, does not... →
17th February 2021 In January 2021 Baringo county governor Stanley Kiptis argued against striking health workers’ pay demands. He made three claims. His claim that... →
17th February 2021 The new African Free Continental Trade Area phases out 90% of tariffs on all goods traded between African Union member states over a 5 to 10 year... →
16th February 2021 The first duty of assuming the enormous powers of the president is to govern, and to do so by upholding the constitution. After the Zuma... →
Economic Pulse 2: China navigates its Covid-19 recovery – outward investment appetite and implications for developing countries
4th February 2021 This is the second report in ODI’s Economic Pulse series. Pulse 2 explores China’s international economic response as the world adapts to Covid-19.... →
25th February 2021 This morning I was maliciously removed while speaking on the debate of the Premier’s State of the Province Address (SOPA) at a virtual sitting of... →
25th February 2021 The State of the Province Address (SOPA) delivered by North West Premier, Job Mokgoro today, is nothing other than a compilation of unfulfilled... →
South African Human Rights Commission denounces recent attacks by public figures on the independence of the Judiciary
25th February 2021 The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC or Commission) notes with concern the recent unsubstantiated comments made by various public... →
25th February 2021 The Expropriation Bill has the potential to lead to further possible land invasion should it be enacted. While some of the issues in the Bill are... →
Press release on review application before the Eastern Cape High Court: Eastern Cape NGO Coalition v MEC for Social Development - Case No.: 2460/2018
11th February 2021 On Thursday, 11 February 2021 at 9:30am the Grahamstown High Court will review the 2016 decision taken by the Department of Social Development,... →
10th February 2021 ESG Compliance Mapping will help mining companies to achieve ESG's priority impacts throughout their value chain Environmental, Social and... →