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The mountains are high and the emperor is far away

24th July 2017 In a time before emails, global social media and instant communication, local officials in the vast Chinese empire, could easily disregard the policies and wishes of the capital on the basis that “the mountains are high and the emperor is far away”. One could scarcely think that such an insular... 

Mining Charter violates shareholder rights – Hogan Lovells

23rd June 2017 Mining Charter Three’s arbitrary increase of empowerment shareholding to 30% violates the property rights of shareholders, and the new charter’s requirement to pay 1% of yearly turnover is not expected to survive challenges under the Companies Act and the Constitution. Property rights under the... 

Sandton is still on the rise and home to half of SA’s current commercial property development

2nd March 2017 Nearly half of all the office development taking place in South Africa right now is happening in Sandton. Sandton Central is the epicentre of this development, which includes many of the most cutting-edge, exciting and innovation new buildings on the continent. The latest research in the South... 

Fatality figures falling each year as South African mining sector targets 'zero harm'

24th February 2017 As the yearly recorded number of mining injuries and fatalities in South Africa continues to decrease, albeit at a slower pace in 2016 than in previous years, the focus of the industry shifts once again to renewed efforts to bring the number of fatalities to zero. However, as the Department of... 
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Compensation for taxi drivers affected by Joburg's next BRT phase

Compensation will be paid to minibus taxi operators affected by the next phase of the Rea Vaya Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system, the City of Johannesburg said on Monday. Owners who will have their vehicles scrapped to make way for the R2.2-billion Phase 1C BRT project, will share more than... 

Cape Town warns residents after water consumption rockets

The City of Cape Town has warned residents to reduce water consumption immediately or face disaster, this after daily water usage rocketed to to well above the target of 500-million litres per day. The City said that recent rains did not mean that life could go back to normal. 
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