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Sharm El-Sheikh COP 27 - day 10 (17 November 2022)

Global - November 21 2022 Thursday 17 November saw the UN climate agency publish the draft text of the COP27 overarching agreement, the focus of the last week of negotiations…

Sharm El-Sheikh COP 27 - day 7

Global - November 16 2022 Monday 14 November 2022 was gender and water day at COP 27. Events and meetings focused on one hand on the role of women in dealing with the…

Sharm El-Sheikh COP 27 - days 5 and 6

Global - November 15 2022 Friday 11 November was “decarbonisation day” and focused on solutions to reduce emissions from carbon intensive industries, such as the steel, oil…

The New Mozambican Electricity Law

South Africa - November 14 2022 The long-awaited reform of Mozambique’s electricity law has reached the statute books this winter in Maputo (summer if you’re in the Northern…

Sharm El-Sheikh COP 27 - day 3

Africa, European Union, United Kingdom - November 11 2022 Wednesday 9 November of COP 27 in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt was designated as “finance day”. The day was aimed at making progress on financial action to…

Africa’s competitive edge as a clean hydrogen hub

Africa, European Union - September 29 2022 The abundance of renewable resources that Africa possesses along with a developed renewable energy sector where renewable power can be produced at…

Rio Tinto’s Serbian saga offers a lesson in critical minerals

USA - September 1 2022 The northern hemisphere’s summer of 2022 will be remembered as one of the hottest in recorded history. For example, NASA reported that June was one…

Collaboration and cultural awareness

Africa - July 28 2022 International dispute resolution experts Khrushchev Ekwueme and Paula Hodges QC recently spoke to Craig Sisterson about the importance of…

Are South African cops really not allowed to have visible tattoos?

South Africa - July 18 2022 Police Minister Bheki Cele said that people can’t join the police if they have tattoos, adding this has always been part of their recruitment policy…

ANALYSIS | Jacqui Reed: Mandatory vaccine polices in the workplace - avoiding litigation

South Africa - July 11 2022 Jacqui Reed examines a recent CCMA decision which found that an employer’s mandatory vaccination policy and the rule emanating from that policy was…