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15 April 2020

So. Africa: Some big business commit to pay cuts for executives in efforts to help fight Covid-19

Author: Tracey Davies, Ground Up (South Africa)

‘Covid-19 shows us that executive pay cuts are possible’ 16 April 2020...

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5 September 2019
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Author: Le Coporate Affairs

Vodacom Congo condamne vigoureusement les attaques perpétrées ces derniers jours contre nos concitoyens congolais basés en Afrique du Sud. Etant une entreprise respectueuse et promotrice des droits humains, Vodacom dénonce toutes formes de violence,...

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8 January 2019
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4 January 2019
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Author: Afrik.com

« RDC : une procédure de justice pour rétablir Internet », 4 janvier 2019...

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20 February 2018
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4 January 2018
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Author: Lucien Dianzenza, Agence d'information d'Afrique Centrale

« Violations des droits humains : des sociétés de télécommunications indexées », 2 janvier 2018...

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2 September 2015

Africa: Academic urges economic justice actors to fight both illegal and licit financial flows, adopt more nuanced approach

Author: Patrick Bond, University of Kwazulu Natal in Pambazuka News (Africa)

'Retreat of foreign investment from Africa means less looting', 2 Sep 2015:…[A] Zimbabwe NGO conference…was dedicated to fighting illegal capital flight from across the African continent…[Will] the region’s…economic-justice NGOs take the next step and...

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9 July 2015

So. Africa: Huawei, Vodacom partner on e-library initiative aimed at boosting literacy

Author: Manny Salvacion, Yibada (China)

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2 June 2015
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Author: Institut de recherche en droits humains (Rép. dém. du Congo)

"Transparence fiscale des multinationales: Indicateur du respect des droits économiques en RDC", 1 juin 2015...

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16 April 2015

So. Africa: Foreign-owned shops targeted in new wave of violent, xenophobic attacks

A series of violent attacks against foreign nationals and the looting of foreign-owned shops is being witnessed in South Africa, yet again. The most recent spate of xenophobic attacks, which broke out in Durban before spreading to other parts of the c...

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