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Lockdown – relaxation and litigation


 

The lockdown, the National Coronavirus Command Council (NCCC) and the subsequent regulations for the lockdown are most certainly going to precipitate litigation in the Courts in relation to their legality and constitutionality.  In this legal contestation in the Courts, instituted by, inter alia, political parties, such as the Democratic Alliance (DA), the Freedom Front (FF), […]

The fight against Covid-19 – how Africans are embodying the true meaning of Africa month


 

If you have ever wondered why you feel such a strong sense of responsibility for the people in your community with the Covid-19 crisis upon us, just know that the spirit of unity was forged in our continent through centuries of struggle against colonisation and enslavement. The qualities of Ubuntu are deeply rooted in Africa […]

Payment holidays aren’t the only options in an economic crisis


 

Covid-19 has hurt the global economy, and a key concern on South Africans’ minds relates to finances, their debt, and how to manage these in a time of uncertainty. Whether it’s an entire country or a business or an individual, “payment holidays” are one of the most frequently mentioned concepts – the idea being that […]

INNOVATION

Is 5G transmitting large amounts of data, harmful to human health...

In the midst of the virus SARS-CoV-2 (Covid-19) outbreak, a third of the world’s population currently has limited freedom of movement due to the...

EDUCATION

The church should not carry the burden of Covid-19 fatalities

President Cyril Ramaphosa has abdicated his responsibility to unsuspecting Pastors for the likely infections of up to 50 persons at a go-to counter return...

ECONOMICS

The fight against Covid-19 – how Africans are embodying the true...

If you have ever wondered why you feel such a strong sense of responsibility for the people in your community with the Covid-19 crisis...