The Zimbabwean
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The Independent
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Business Day
LANDIWE J MAHLANGU: The million jobs conundrum when ICE is iced
COP27 has come and gone, leaving in its wake ambitions and agreements and, hopefully, igniting some action. There are plenty of unresolved matters too, and judging from previous COPs most of the commitments and agreements will remain on paper rather than being implemented. One t...
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Africa Newsroom
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Business Day
LETTER: Let go of BEE to grow
I was pleased to see Andile Ntingi’s article (“Is BEE here to stay or is it facing its demise?”, January 23). This needs to be talked about for the benefit of SA, and the debate cannot be led by the DA.
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Africa Newsroom
Eswatini: Activist, Rights Lawyer Brutally Killed
The authorities in Eswatini should allow for the establishment of an independent, impartial, and transparent investigation into the brutal killing of prominent human rights lawyer and opposition activist, Thulani Maseko, Human Rights Watch said today.
On January 21, 2023, Maseko...
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Business Day
NEIL EMERICK: The other side of the inflation coin
The worst evil a government can impose on its people is inflation. It takes money straight out of the pockets of savers who believe they are diligently planning for their future. It distorts markets, creates inequality and ruins lives. But almost as bad as inflation is the misund...
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