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20th January 2023 South Africa had its first investor and policy summit in Cape Town in late November when President Cyril Ramaphosa opened the hydrogen conference.... →
19th January 2023 Trade protection in South Africa has increased overall since 2014. This has manifested in a rising incidence of tariffs covering intermediate... →
19th January 2023 Since the beginning of the Fourth Republic in 1992, Ghana’s Parliament has been dominated by governing party members. In 2020 that changed when –... →
Technology and sustainable development: a hamlet in rural South Africa shows how one can power the other
18th January 2023 It’s hard to imagine that the sustainable development goals (SDGs) and the fourth industrial revolution can be part of the same conversation. But,... →
13th January 2023 African nations use long-term scenarios and energy planning tools to inform national planning. When the right institutional framework is in place,... →
10th January 2023 Unprecedented disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, followed by social, economic, geopolitical and environmental challenges, continue to... →
2nd February 2023 The devastation caused by a fire that broke out in Witsand, Atlantis last week which left 77 people from 33 households displaced has prompted Engen... →
2nd February 2023 The Portfolio Committee on Basic Education is concerned about the persistent infrastructure challenges facing some schools in KwaZulu-Natal that... →
2nd February 2023 The South African Friends of Israel (SAFI) celebrate Israel’s growing ties in Africa, following the announcement by Chadian President, Mahamat... →
The R1 billion soccer sponsorship proposal by SA Tourism is an insult to struggling workers and taxpayers.
2nd February 2023 The Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU) joins all properly adjusted South Africans to call on the South African government to scrap the... →
14th December 2022 The new Preferential Procurement Regulations allow organs of state to set quantifiable, transformative goals in their tenders. Bidders will need to... →
12th December 2022 Mercantile lawyers must have up-to-date access to the latest financial regulatory instruments to help their clients achieve and maintain regulatory... →
12th December 2022 The Copyright Amendment Bill which is currently being developed, needs to balance the interests of multiple stakeholders. If the bill favours... →
9th December 2022 The 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence is an international campaign that runs annually from 25 November to 10 December. The campaign... →