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Mr. Prince Machaya, the Attorney General, exposed over his views on the Reconstruction Act

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In a landmark case, Mr. Tichaona Mupasiri, launched an application to impeach his constitutional duties by openly and defiantly refusing and failing to disclose his state of knowledge and involvement in the birth of the reconstruction law that was applied in relation to the affairs of SMM Holdings Private Limited (SMM) leading to massive job losses.

Today, in Johannesburg, Mr. Tinashe Mpasiri, posed a question at a Business Breakfast hosted by the South African government in preparation for the Investment Conference scheduled to take place on 24 March, 2022, of whether laws like the reconstruction act belong to a class of laws that pose so grave a risk to the rule of law should be allowed to exist as laws in a continent that needs investment to lift itself out of poverty.

Below is an article published by Zimlive in which the Attorney General of Zimbabwe under oath stated that the reconstruction act is akin to the companies act in so far as the Administrator assumes the control and management of a company placed under reconstruction.

However, unknown to the AG is the fact that if reconstruction is akin to liquidation, then why would any rational person want both to operate.

Liquidation is often preceded by judicial proceedings and reconstruction is preceded by nothing.

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MINISTER LINDIWE SISULU TO LEAD THE STATE OF WORLD POPULATION REPORT LAUNCH

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Minister Lindiwe Sisulu to lead the state of world population report launch focusing on the impact of unintended pregnancy in her capacity as the Acting Minister of the Department of Social Development, the Minister of Tourism – Ms Lindiwe Sisulu, will deliver a keynote address at the State of the World Population (SWOP) launch today, Thursday 23 June 2022, in KwaZulu-Natal.

Nearly half of all pregnancies, totalling 121 million each year throughout the world, are unintended. In Southern Africa, 65 percent of pregnancies between 2015 and 2019 were unintended and 36 percent resulted in abortion.

For the women and girls affected, the most life-altering reproductive choice – whether or not to become pregnant – is not a choice at all.

It is in this context that the Department of Social Development, in partnership with the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), is launching the State of World Population 2022 report focusing on the unseen crisis of unintended pregnancies.

Titled: “Seeing the Unseen: The case for action in the neglected crisis of unintended pregnancy”, the State of World Population 2022 report highlights the 121 million unintended pregnancies every year as a global failure of basic human rights, and a neglected crisis.

It reveals the scope and impact of unplanned pregnancy on women, girls, households, societies, countries, and global development.

The launch will take a South Africa-led multi-country format, which entails a dialogue with senior government officials, to be followed by youth engagement activities facilitated by young people from youth networks in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region.

This engagement will be attended by SADC region dignitaries, and cabinet ministers from countries including Malawi, Zimbabwe, the DRC, and eSwatini. The Premier of the KwaZulu-Natal Province, Mr Sihle Zikalala, and the MEC of the Department of Social Development in the province, Ms Nonhlanhla Khoza, will also join the delegation.

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BRITISH farmers could face an extra £760million bill for fertilizer

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BRITISH farmers could face an extra £760million bill for fertilizer over the coming year thanks to the “double whammy” of soaring gas prices and Russian moves to suspend fertilizer exports in response to Western sanctions. Adam Henson on how nitrogen fertilizer presents ‘ a conundrum’s warning came from the Energy & Climate Intelligence Unit (ECIU), whose analysis has indicated that British farmers already faced £160million in additional fertilizer bills last year as a result of volatile gas prices.

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Russia v Ukraine, President Ramaphosa blames NATO eastward expansion

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