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19th November 2020 South Africa is set to conclude its one-year tenure as African Union (AU) chair at the next AU summit in February 2021. Like for many, its plans... →
19th November 2020 Just days before campaigning closes ahead of Burkina Faso’s 22 November presidential and parliamentary elections, candidates are still... →
17th November 2020 Pre-pandemic, EU policies towards North Africa, especially Tunisia and Morocco, focused on two main paradigms: trade liberalization and the... →
17th November 2020 Unless action is taken now, by 2025 next generation technology, on which the world will increasingly rely, has the potential to overwhelm the... →
30th November 2020 AfriForum tested the drinking water (blue drop) in 220 towns and the treated sewage (green drop) of 118 sewage treatment plants in 2020 as part of... →
30th November 2020 The Democratic Alliance (DA) is extremely concerned about the parochial drought relief scheme currently being implemented by the Department of... →
30th November 2020 The Democratic Alliance (DA) has written to ten of the top human rights agencies in the world, asking that they bring pressure on the ANC... →
13th November 2020 As many people are now forced to work for longer, the question of when an employee is obliged to retire has become topical and much discussed. The... →
12th November 2020 “There’s only one remuneration model employers should be considering during Covid-19,” says Tanya Tosen, Tax and Remuneration Specialist at Tax... →
12th November 2020 The October index of the free, online LexisNexis Case Law repository is now available and once again highlights some of the interesting precedent... →