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The deadly road from GEAR to Climate Change

Apparent ignorance might have saved Zwelinzima Vavi from even greater retribution by his erstwhile COSATU comrades. Vavi’s critique of the National Development Plan (NDP) as an updated version of the 1996 GEAR might have been even more robust – and,

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Climate change – The long suicide

Professor Patrick Bond has done a great service reminding us of the realities of climate change as well as the one’s about to hit us (‘Dangerous climate of denialism’, Cape Times 5th September). Our government, however, is not a climate

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A long wait – If time permits

Reflections on the transport department’s public transport plan. I’m one of those people who travel alone in a car to and from work each day. The one-way trip can take 10 minutes. At peak time it used to take up

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Press Realease: Questions Lonmin must answer

In an article “Questions Lonmin must answer” (Mail and Guardian, 17/10-23/10) Amabunghane’s Craig McKune has made an excellent summary of the issues at stake with links to some key documents and a Question and Answer session the investigative centre had

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Press Release: Statement on the historic Resolution of the UNHRC on a Binding Treaty for Transnational Corporations and Human Rights

On the occasion of the African Regional Forum on Business and Human Rights on 16-18 September 2014 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, the Campaign to Dismantle Corporate Power and Stop Impunity of TNCs, brings to the attention of participants to the

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Press Release: Lonmin is hoodwinking the Marikana Commission of Inquiry and the South African Public: SARS must investigate the conglomerate’s finacial affairs

The AIDC wishes to express its grave misgivings at the response of British mining company, Lonmin, to concens raised regarding its role in transfer pricing and shifting its profits out of South Africa to its subsidiaries in various tax havens.

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Press Release: Lonmin, the Marikana Massacre and the Bermuda Connection

1. On June 2 AIDC issued a press statement in which we raised the concern of the Platinum Cartel’s possible involvement in transfer pricing in respect of under-selling their metals. 2. Our concerns regarding Lonmin’s involvement in possible transfer pricing

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Big Debate on Workers Rights

Are workers holding South Africa to ransom with their strikes? Or is it business which is exploiting working people, whilst raking in the profits? What is the role of Government?

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“Budget speech needs to address the deep inequalities of South Africans” – Forslund

Johannesburg, February 27 — eNCA interviews Dr. Dick Forslund, Researcher and Economist, on expectations of the budget speech that will be delivered by Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan on 27 February.

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Policy shows SA ready to take action on climate change

South Africa’s National Climate Change Response Policy, which was endorsed by Cabinet on October 12, represented “tangible” evidence that the country was serious about climate change, Water and Environmental Affairs Minister Edna Molewa said on Friday.

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