Deepening Democracy through Access to Information

SA's antitrust authorities show way in exclusionary-abuse cases, expert claims

By: Terence Creamer     2nd September 2010 South Africa's competition authorities were striking a healthier balance in dealing with cases of exclusionary abuses by dominant companies than... 

Polity – News this Week

By: Bradley Dubbelman     2nd September 2010 A roundup of news this week.  

Concourt reserves Scorpions judgment

By: Sapa     2nd September 2010 The Constitutional Court reserved judgment on Thursday in the case of businessman Hugh Glenister who was challenging the disbanding of the... 

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‘Reasonable and practicable’ views on Info Bill considered — Cabinet

By: Sapa     2nd September 2010 The government is committed to accommodating the views expressed during public hearings on the Protection of Information Bill "as far as... 

Special deal for Zim citizens to end

By: Sapa     2nd September 2010 Cabinet has approved a proposal to end the special dispensation for Zimbabwean nationals introduced in April 2009, government spokesperson Themba... 

Cabinet urges strike settlement soonest

By: Sapa     2nd September 2010 Cabinet has urged the public service wage negotiators to urgently find an amicable and win-win solution to the strike, but added that even the... 

Unions reject govt’s wage offer

By: Sapa     2nd September 2010 Striking public service unions have rejected the government's latest wage offer without knowing its details, an official said on Wednesday.... 

Zuma under fire over oilgate scandal 

By: Sapa     1st September 2010 President Jacob Zuma was again accused by the opposition on Wednesday of covering up the involvement of senior African National Congress (ANC)... 

Govt identifies three high-speed rail links for possible development

By: Irma Venter     1st September 2010 The National Department of Transport (DoT) said on Wednesday that it had completed a detailed investment programme of action for the South African... 

Gordimer speaks on media tribunal

By: Sapa     1st September 2010 The proposed media tribunal would not affect only journalists, but even creative writers, Nadine Gordimer said in an interview on the UK Guardian's... 

Zuma ‘reprimands’ Nyanda over Gama statement

By: Sapa     1st September 2010 President Jacob Zuma has "reprimanded" Communications Minister Siphiwe Nyanda for his statement backing former Transnet Freight Rail CEO Siyabonga... 

Education one of SA’s biggest failures — De Klerk

By: Sapa     1st September 2010 Former President FW de Klerk has labelled the education sector as "one of the biggest failures of the new South Africa", according to an article on... 

1 300 GW of untapped hydropower in developing countries, World Bank asserts

By: Terence Creamer     1st September 2010 The World Bank has reaffirmed its commitment to "scaling up" its support for hydropower infrastructure in developing countries, which it describes... 

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