In this week's edition we take a look at the Zuma effect, surprising ways the economy will change and deliver a sobering Covid-19 report card.
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Deepfake is an Artificial Intelligence-based technology used to produce or alter video content so that it presents something that did not actually occur.
Protection of property rights goes hand in hand with economic growth, says Sifiso Skenjana.
From the National Minimum Wage Bill to the Carbon Tax Bill, here are some key bills industries will be watching in 2019.
President Cyril Ramaphosa says he is currently considering the Public Audit Amendment Bill to ensure that it does indeed pass the test of constitutionality.
Unions and labour federations have broadly welcomed the release of the NHI Bill and the Medial Schemes Amendment Bill, but concerns about implementation persist.
The Public Investment Corporation Amendment Bill may make the chief executive position, currently occupied by Dan Matjila, less influential by decentralising its powers – and hopefully attract investors.
Cosatu says even though it is disappointed that government will not be able implement the national minimum wage by the original May 1 deadline, this presents an opportunity to perfect the bill.
A new bill currently being drafted to replace the apartheid-era National Key Points Act should include a clause that protects journalists investigating key points in the public interest, MPs have heard.
The Banking Association of South Africa says it is concerned about the constitutionality of aspects of the proposed National Credit Amendment Bill.
The Department of Basic Education have published the Draft Basic Education Laws Amendment Bill, and the proposed implications are potentially huge.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has signed into law the controversial National Credit Amendment Bill, which is geared to provide relief to over-indebted consumers
The Copyright Amendment Bill can have a devastating impact on the creative industry, impacting jobs and revenue, a coalition of artists, writers and publishers has said.
A new bill proposed by Treasury intends to amend five acts, including one which will affect state banks.
Amendments to the SARS Act will be delayed until next year, pending the outcomes of the Nugent Commission of Inquiry.
Minister of Mineral Resources Gwede Mantashe said in Sunday that the department’s summit in July will discuss the Mining Charter with industry and social partners.
The car-maker said it submitted the skateboarding concept to the ASA before shooting started
Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant says Nedlac and Parliament have slowed down the finalisation of the minimum wage process to such an extent that the symbolic Workers' Day deadline will be missed.
If President Cyril Ramaphosa signs a so-called sugary tax into law, "Ramaphoria will turn into Ramaphobia", the Food and Allied Workers Union says.
The draft bill on debt rescue should be managed responsibly, or people could resort to loansharks, warns the Banking Association of South Africa.
The DA has drafted a private member’s bill that it says will strengthen transparency and accountability at the Public Investment Corporation.
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