30.5.2020 08:20 am
He will now be giving his input on the legalities surrounding the worldwide coronavirus and said he hoped to clarify how to beat the spread of the virus while protecting human rights.
From giving legal advice to a former foreign affairs minister and contributing to United Nations resolutions which led to the ousting of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, international law expert Professor Dire Tladi has set his sights on the legalities of global regulations relating to the coronavirus pandemic.
While they had already been overworked before the pandemic, things are most likely to get worse for nurses, doctors, porters and cleaners at all hospitals.
Farmworkers keep the wheels turning to deliver essential foodstuffs for people and animals during the coronavirus pandemic.
Her Glenelly Estate in Stellenbosch is also home to De Lencquesaing’s astounding glass collection which features about 500 antique and contemporary pieces.
With Stan Katz (aka ‘Stan the Man’ in his 702 days), you get the sense his last breath will be from behind a microphone. But that’s not going to happen for a long time.
Seeing over a thousand underprivileged children turn out in their school uniforms on a Saturday to celebrate the arrival of a shipment of reading books is enough to give anybody newfound faith in humanity.
‘I have to be honest. Corruption is a part of politics and it is a part of governance… However, South Africans must not suffer just because politicians have big egos.’
Shopowner complains that they are being ‘terrorised’ by the police.
Ismail is currently the 10th-highest wicket taker in the ODI game and she is just one scalp away from becoming just the fourth woman to claim 100 wickets in the T20 format at global level.
While maternity and paternity leave are both guaranteed under law, it is up to your employer to decide whether or not they pay you.
People working and living there are excited about the promised boom, but some are waiting to see whether the government implements Ramaphosa’s promises.
Art and visual culture played a significant role in building a unified Afrikaner nationalism that allowed apartheid to thrive. A new book unpacks the issue.
Apart from running the Comrades and Two Oceans ultra-marathons, she hopes to capitalise on her visit by giving a series of business-related workshops and talks.
The Siemens CEO for southern and eastern Africa has worked tirelessly to push the continent forward by encouraging the advancement of science and technology.
The residents of Itsoseng informal settlement just outside Johannesburg’s Northern suburbs are used to getting by with very little but for the past two months they have been forced to endure almost constantly dry taps, with water only running for a few hours in the midnight hours.