Deepening Democracy through Access to Information


Daily podcast – August 11, 2011

By: Bradley Dubbelman     11th August 2011 South Africa could shed nearly half a million jobs in the next 18 months, says JSE-listed Adcorp, as it reported a third consecutive month of job... 

Daily podcast – August 10, 2011

By: Bradley Dubbelman     10th August 2011 Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan said that South Africa’s financial system remained strong, despite the global financial turmoil following the... 

Daily podcast – August 08, 2011

By: Bradley Dubbelman     8th August 2011 ANC leaders are expected to demand tough action against the ANC Youth League at a meeting today, amid fresh allegations that its president Julius... 

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Daily podcast – August 05, 2011 

By: Bradley Dubbelman     5th August 2011 It is nationalisation that will reconcile and unite South Africans, says ANC Youth League president Julius Malema. Political leaders attending the... 

Daily podcast – August 04, 2011

By: Bradley Dubbelman     4th August 2011 Whites still occupy 73.1% of top management positions in the country, the Commission of Employment Equity (CEE) said yesterday, Egypt's former... 

Daily Podcast – August 3, 2011

By: Schalk Burger     3rd August 2011 Political analysts said on Tuesday that the African National Congress was being lenient on the ANC Youth League over its threat to help bring about... 

Daily podcast – August 02, 2011 

By: Bradley Dubbelman     2nd August 2011 South Africa has ended a special programme to provide visas for more than one-million undocumented immigrants who fled political and economic... 

Daily podcast – August 01, 2011

By: Bradley Dubbelman     1st August 2011 South African police said they were investigating a trust fund run by influential politician Julius Malema, who heads the ANC Youth League, which... 

Daily podcast – July 29, 2011

By: Bradley Dubbelman     29th July 2011 The Johannesburg-Pretoria link of the R25.2-billion Gautrain project will open on August 2, at 05:30, said Gauteng Transport MEC Ismail Vadi... 

Daily podcast – July 28, 2011

By: Bradley Dubbelman     28th July 2011 Business Unity South Africa (Busa) said that questions around the economic and business implications of Gauteng’s toll roads have still not been... 

Daily podcast – July 27, 2011

By: Bradley Dubbelman     27th July 2011 Foreign direct investment (FDI) flows to South Africa slumped by more than 70% to just $1.6-billion in 2010 from $5.4-billion in 2009, the United... 

Daily podcast – July 26, 2011

By: Bradley Dubbelman     26th July 2011 Lawmakers drafting the Protection of Information Bill yesterday turned to the potentially fraught issue of prescribing a review process for all... 

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