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The importance of arbitration in today’s workplace


 

African arbitration practitioners are greatly under-represented in a number of arbitration matters  in the African region. However, all is not lost, arbitration is undoubtedly growing as a mechanism for the resolution of domestic and cross-border commercial disputes in Africa. The process of dispute resolution outside the state-sponsored system of litigation is not new, and indeed […]

The Congolese Conflicts: Role and Interest of Superpowers


 

Literature on United Nations (UN) peacekeeping has grown immensely since the end of the cold war, and a plethora of studies, have examined the prospect of peacekeeping with respect to its failures and successes. These upsurges suggest that the nature of conflicts occurring within the borders of states, thereby making peace efforts to be achieved […]

The agriculture sector enters into a technical recession


 

South African economy avoided technical recession by bouncing back by more than expected in the second quarter of 2019, recovering all the ground lost in the contraction during the first quarter of 2019. The economy grew by 3.1% (quarter-on-quarter, seasonally adjusted and annualised) in the second quarter of 2019, after contracting by a revised 3.1% […]

INNOVATION

Use new technology to address the water crises in SA

Cape Town experienced water shortages in September 2018; the City was forced to introduce measures which would force the residents to use certain litres...

EDUCATION

South Africans are not Xenophobic

The term xenophobia itself is problematic when trying to explain and express how South Africans conduct themselves when reacting and responding to circumstances they...

ECONOMICS

The Congolese Conflicts: Role and Interest of Superpowers

Literature on United Nations (UN) peacekeeping has grown immensely since the end of the cold war, and a plethora of studies, have examined the...