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Act should develop in line with South Africa’s growth

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     5th February 2010 Because South Africa is a developing country, experts believe that it should have a Competition Act that can develop as it grows. The Act needs to... 

Amendments reduce cartel activities, spur economic growth

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     5th February 2010 The amendments made to Section 4 of the Competition Amendment Act (Act 1 of 2009) have been welcomed by government and political parties as a way... 

Daily podcast - February 4, 2010

By: Amy Witherden     4th February 2010 in today's podcast, President Jacob Zuma confirms that he fathered an illegitimate child; Zimbabwe hopes to have IMF voting rights restored; and,... 

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Daily podcast - February 3, 2010

By: Amy Witherden     3rd February 2010 in today's podcast, SA marks 20th anniversary of FW de Klerk's historic speech; the AU resolves to strengthen powers against coups and electoral... 

No one entity can lay claim to owning the vuvuzela

By: Amy Witherden     2nd February 2010 In this videoclip, intellectual property specialist law firm Spoor & Fisher partner Carl van Rooyen speaks to Polity's Amy Witherden on the... 

Sonjica urges communities to guard natural resources

By: Christy van der Merwe     2nd February 2010 Minister of Water and Environmental Affairs Buyelwa Sonjica on Monday launched the International Year of Biodiversity and urged South Africans not... 

Daily podcast - February 2, 2010

By: Amy Witherden     2nd February 2010 In today's podcast, the ANC criticises reports of President Jacob Zuma's lovechild; US President Barack Obama urges Sudan to cooperate in efforts... 

Daily podcast — February 1, 2010

By: Amy Witherden     1st February 2010 In today's podcast, World Bank president Robert Zoellick warns of increased poverty in Africa; delegates at the WEF find that selling Africa as an... 

Daily podcast — January 29, 2010

By: Amy Witherden     29th January 2010 In today's podcast, the SARB defends its inflation targeting policy; the AU objects to the imposition of trade sanctions by the US; and, E&Y says... 

Comment on the Public Service Broadcasting Bill

By: Amy Witherden     28th January 2010 In this videoclip, William Bird of Media Monitoring Africa speaks with Polity's Amy Witherden on the controversial Public Service Broadcasting... 

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