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​Research informs legislation to shed obesity
​Research informs legislation to shed obesity
The South African Government implemented a 11% excise tax on sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs) in 2018. The legislative move was years in the making...
Rule of law requires our real respect
Rule of law requires our real respect
It is tempting, when speaking to nostalgic racists who imagine an idyllic past that never actually existed, to point out only the obvious and...
Officials blow Act out of the water
Officials blow Act out of the water
Government bungling and "material deficiencies" in decision-making processes have dealt a severe blow to the ability of the department of water...
US Republicans feel the rising heat
US Republicans feel the rising heat
It seemed like a simple idea at first: ask Republicans what they would do about climate change.
Doctors 'operating legally' after Concourt ruling
Doctors 'operating legally' after Concourt ruling
Doctors and healthcare providers are once again operating legally, after the Constitutional Court declared invalid a proclamation by the president...
Review of minerals Bill could prove a 'legislative procedural nightmare'
Review of minerals Bill could prove a 'legislative procedural nightmare'
The return of the controversial Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Amendment Bill to the National Assembly has the potential to become a...
Zuma: Public participation around minerals Bill was flawed
Zuma: Public participation around minerals Bill was flawed
Presidential spokesperson Mac Maharaj said that President Jacob Zuma had found a number of faults with the Mineral and...
ANC to reassess rushed legislation
ANC to reassess rushed legislation
The ANC wants to reassess the passing of rushed legislation, which may lead to it being deemed unconstitutional or excluding certain sectors of...
MPs consider marijuana stance
MPs consider marijuana stance
Some political parties represented in Parliament are cautiously optimistic about the prospects of decriminalising cannabis for medical purposes....
Editorial: Tough business of creating jobs
Editorial: Tough business of creating jobs
It seems that, ahead of the 2014 elections, after which a new Parliament will take its seats, the governing ANC is eager to push through as much...
Changes to hit short-term insurance
Changes to hit short-term insurance
Suzette Strydom, general manager of technical at the South African Insurance Association (SAIA), says the wave of legislative change set to hit the...
Open Parliament to the people
Open Parliament to the people
Parliament and the provincial legislatures are democratic spaces that belong to the people of South Africa.

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