South Africa to Raise Mines Black Ownership Requirements to 30%

South Africa to Raise Mines Black Ownership Requirements to 30%

South Africa plans to add new rules requiring that all local mines be 20% black-owned, and not 26% as it currently is The plan is available for all local mines, regardless of whether they have sold shares or assets to...
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South Africa faces difficult social media hate speech regulations

South Africa faces difficult social media hate speech regulations

According to ISPA, the Internet Service Providers’ Association, residents in SA are not protected when sharing inappropriate content on main social media channels As the laws of the country do not cover citizens attempting to remove unlawful content posted o...
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The oldest inhabitants of South Africa claim their rights

The oldest inhabitants of South Africa claim their rights

Khoisan Revolution party in South Africa is calling for justice and claims back land The oldest inhabitants in South Africa are called the Khoisan and include many communities, such as: the Cape Khoi, the Nama, the Koranna, the Griqua and...
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South Africa’s President: the economy is “weathering the storm”

South Africa’s President: the economy is “weathering the storm”

President Jacob Zuma unveiled initiatives to boost SA’s economic growth The private and public sectors, civil society, government, labour and business will join forces to fund small entrepreneurs, as President Zuma declared after receiving a governmental...
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South African currency affects local politics

South African currency affects local politics

As the rand weakened against the dollar at the beginning of this week, political uncertainty rises after President Jacob Zuma was asked to resign his position The SA rand was trading at 14.7350 per dollar this week, which translates into...
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