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Busa laments price discussion in context of electricity policy void

By: Terence Creamer     21st January 2010 Organised business lamented the fact that South Africa's energy regulator was being asked to adjudicate potentially devastating tariff increases in... 

Daily podcast - January 20, 2010

By: Amy Witherden     20th January 2010 In today's podcast, the ANC seeks to ‘clarify’ Sexwale document; SA fails to evade global FDI slump in 2009; and, Africa likely to see shift in... 

Africa likely to see shift in politics after economic crisis – analyst

By: Esmarie Iannucci     19th January 2010 Although the most pressing signs of the global economic meltdown seems to be ebbing, the political impact of the downturn on Africa would only be... 

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Daily podcast - January 18, 2010

By: Amy Witherden     18th January 2010 In today's podcast, the DA calls for a white paper on the National Planning Commission; world leaders pledge aid to rebuild a devastated Haiti;... 

Daily podcast - January 15, 2010

By: Amy Witherden     15th January 2010 In today's podcast, the NPA opposes the Ministry of State Security’s application to the SCA; SADC leaders reject Andry Rajoelina's stance on... 

Zuma coalition fracturing

By: Aubrey Matshiqi     15th January 2010 Last year ended with a lovers’ tiff. African National Congress (ANC) Youth League president Julius Malema threatened war, fire and brimstone after... 

Nationwide review of LLB degree under way 

By: Carla Thomaz     15th January 2010 The Law Society of South Africa’s Legal Education and Development (LEAD) division, the deans of law schools and faculties and other stakeholders,... 

Daily podcast - January 14, 2010

By: Amy Witherden     14th January 2010 In today's podcast, Blade Nzimande wants college enrolments to double in the next five years; Afriforum wins bid to sue Zimbabwe over land... 

Daily podcast - January 13, 2010

By: Amy Witherden     13th January 2010 In today's podcast, Eskom asks SA to "swallow the bitter pill" of electricity price increases; Guinea's ruling junta begins talks with opposition... 

Daily podcast - January 12, 2010

By: Amy Witherden     12th January 2010 In today's podcast, Eskom defends its application for a 35% price increase; economist Joseph Stiglitz says that Africa must push into Asian markets... 

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