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18th July 2019 Following the latest spate of murders on the notorious Cape Flats in the Cape Town, the South African government has decided to send in the army.... →
17th July 2019 Powerful new technologies are emerging that will continue to affect individuals in multiple ways. This has led to references to a Fourth Industrial... →
18th July 2019 To drive action on SDG 14 goals for ending illegal fishing by 2020, the paper articulates a data policy framework that is essential for... →
17th July 2019 This practical framework helps organizations identify the value of blockchain technology and build a corresponding business case. Co-designed with... →
Updated 5 hours ago The Gauteng Provincial Office of the Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS), and various stakeholders today, 18 July 2019, celebrated the birth... →
Updated 6 hours ago The Black Business Council (BBC) welcomes the decision by the South African Reserve Bank (SARB)’s Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) to cut the repo... →
Updated 6 hours ago The Commission has recommended that the Competition Tribunal approve with conditions the transaction between South African Breweries (Pty) Ltd... →
Webber Wentzel partner, Dario Milo appointed to the Global Media Freedom Initiative's High-Level Panel of Legal Experts
Updated 7 hours ago Webber Wentzel partner and media law expert, Dario Milo has been appointed to the Global Media Freedom Initiative's High-Level Panel of Legal... →
16th July 2019 African countries are no strangers to the use of digital solutions for money transfers, nor to the rapid implementation of such technologies.... →
16th July 2019 With the current trend in the residential property market favouring buyers over sellers, correct property valuation has become more of a priority... →