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Rent Strike South Africa says working-class families are struggling to keep up with paying rent during the lockdown. And, although there is a moratorium on evictions, it fears people will be put out on the street when the lockdown ends
We summarise the legal battles fought to improve the quality of education in South Africa.
The Union of South Africa and the women struggle for visibility in the courts
Universities that faced the risk of losing their accreditation for the bachelor of laws qualification are off the hook
Triumphs in the courts over the past five years are forcing the state and companies to comply with the law.
Communications Minister Faith Muthambi and the broadcaster's board disobeyed the public protector and the courts.
Currently, victims reporting a rape to police must not only demonstrate that they verbally declined sex but also that they physically resisted.
The order of unconstitutionality has been suspended for two weeks
Under level four of the Covid-19 lockdown, the hours from 6am to 9am became the time when inner-city residents could use local parks to escape the nightmare around them
Pharmacists at one of the major public hospitals in Gauteng say they only received sufficient protective gear after several of their colleagues contracted Covid-19.
If your company has these qualified professionals it will help improve efficiencies and accelerate progress by assisting your organisation to perform better
Itec Direct technology provides instant temperature screening of staff returniing to the workplace with no human contact
The tobacco ban places 109 000 jobs and 179 000 wholesalers and retailers at risk — including the livelihood of emerging farmers
Our lives are constantly in flux, so it makes sense that your financial planning must be reviewed frequently — preferably on an annual basis
Undeterred by Covid-19 pandemic, China and Africa hold hands, building a community of a shared future for mankind
It is clear that building a community with a shared future for all mankind has become a more pressing task than ever before