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They still walk amongst us

....editorial dated 1 February 2022...... State Capture Report adds substance.... Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo’s well-crafted, highly professional State Capture Report makes for good reading and is must on this month’s top bookseller list.  ...

Private Security Industry Bill to become law

Minister Cele takes aim at private security industry ....article dated 10 October 2021.... Police Minister Bheki Cele’s private security industry Bill, originally drafted in 2012 but held back at the time, then sent to Parliament for further...

The good-guy bad-guy principle

The good-guy bad-guy principle The good-guy bad-guy principle has been the theme behind many a detective novel for decades, as it has been the theme in movies like Hawaii Five 0 when in 1968 detective Steve McGarett said to his partner, detective...

Call for parliamentary disaster management oversight……

parties to debate disaster management oversight proposals  .......article dated 5 August 2021...... A Disaster Management Amendment Bill, originally published for comment in October 2020, has now finally made it to Parliament and sits for process...

The good-guy bad-guy principle

The good-guy bad-guy principle The good-guy bad-guy principle has been the theme behind many a detective novel for...

The good-guy bad-guy principle

The good-guy bad-guy principle The good-guy bad-guy principle has been the theme behind many a detective novel for decades, as it has been the theme in movies like Hawaii Five 0 when in 1968 detective Steve McGarett said to his partner, detective...

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Marathon meetings on COIDA Bill

.....article dated 4 July.....  COIDA Act extended to cover all vulnerable workers.... Two extensive days of discussions were not enough to finalise all the amendments necessary to bring the Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases...

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Minister holds ground on Employment Equity Bill

....article dated 4 June 2021..... Minister to fix black empowerment targets            Minister Thulas Nxesi, in leading the presentation of Department of  Employment and Labour (DEL) responses to submissions on the proposed Employment Equity (EE)...

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Smoke and mirrors with new Border Authority Act 

.......article first appeared 2 February 2021........ Chair Bongani Bongo calls for oversight...... The controversial Border Management Authority (BMA) law, which was first tabled in Parliament in 2016, passed its final law-making hurdle in March...

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Minister to set Employment Equity targets

........article dated 15 November 2020..... Parliament briefed on Employment Equity Bill The Minister of Employment and Labour,Thulas Nxesi, has now addressed the Employment and Labour Committee on the Employment Equity Amendment Bill.  The...

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Treasury details illicit cash flows

....Finance Standing Committee gets update ...May 2020....In a recent meeting of the Finance Standing Committee, the Inter-Agency Working Group (IAWG) on Illicit Financial Flows told MPs and chair Joe Maswanganyi that from 2108 until the present...

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Tax Avoidance Bill: NPA and Hawks on illicit flows

Treasury, FIC, Hawks, NPA give Parly update... report to clients end of April ... It now seems inevitable that the Minister of Finance will be tabling a General Anti Tax-avoidance (GATA) Bill by July 2019 as part of National Treasury’s plan to...

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Latest Cybercrime Bill free of state apparatchik

New Cybercrime Bill    ......Every business must have a battle plan In the light of the fact that the Cybercrimes Bill, now passed by Parliament, places obligations on financial institutions and service providers to report incidents to SAPS, it...

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