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4 August 2020
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Auteur: Cyril Ramaphosa, Presidency (South Africa)

‘From the desk of the President’ 03 August 2020...

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4 August 2020
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Auteur: Bama Athreya, Connected2Work

"Uber’s Achilles Heel: The Rule of Law," 29 July 2020...

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4 August 2020
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Auteur: Centre for Environmental Rights, (South Africa)

‘No decisions about our energy future without transparency, says groundWork’ 28 July 2020...

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28 July 2020
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Auteur: News Ghana

‘COVID-19 threatens survival of South Africa SMEs’ 25 July 2020...

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27 July 2020
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Auteur: Lizle Louw, Business Tech (South Africa)

‘New case deals with discrimination and pregnancy in the workplace in South Africa’ 25 July 2020...

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25 July 2020
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Auteur: International Center for Not-for-Profit Law

"Protecting Activists from Abusive Litigation", July 2020...

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Article
24 July 2020

Des entreprises britanniques exportent la technologie utilisée pour l'espionnage de masse pendant la pandémie, selon un nouveau rapport

Auteur: Thomas Mangin, Libre Echo

« La pandémie de coronavirus est propice à l'espionnage de masse » 23 juillet 2020...

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24 July 2020
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On 24 July 2020 Engineers Against Poverty released a critical analysis of Mega Sporting Events (MSEs) and called for a redesign of MSE bidding rules to break the cycle of labour abuse associated with these events.

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21 July 2020
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Auteur: Dineo Faku, IOL (South Africa)

‘Mines urged to beef up employee screening with Covid-19 deaths on the rise’ 19 July 2020...

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21 July 2020
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South Africa’s mining industry has been hit particularly hard by Covid-19 infections, with data from the country’s Minerals Council showing that over 5000 mineworkers have tested positive for the virus, leading to 45 deaths. These deaths and illnesses...

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