[Source: African Magazine by Tom Nevin.]
The WTO could block SA private security rules Tom Nevin 29 July 2015 0 Comments Crime and policing in South Africa has been under international scrutiny over the past few years, with high-profile cases attracting the roving media circus.Domestically, concerns about high crime rates have led many companies and individuals turn to private security. Read more
[Source: Moneyweb by Ryk van Niekerk.]
ANC Secretary General Gwede Mantashe’s remarks after the ruling party’s lekgotla over the weekend about imminent retrenchments in the mining sector are extremely unfortunate. Read more
[Source: Voice of America by Gillian Parker. Photo: Reuters.]
Corruption is pervasive throughout the asylum process in South Africa, according to a report published this month. Read more
South Africa’s governing party has accused the private sector of being “unpatriotic” following an announcement that mining companies will cut thousands of jobs.
The African National Congress… Read more
[Source: Business Day Live by Khulekani Magubane.]
The Expropriation Bill is inconsistent with the Constitution, the South African Institute of Race Relations argued in Parliament on Tuesday.
The bill is up for discussion in Parliament’s portfolio committee on public works. Read more