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30/07/2021
Leg­al pre­ci­sion in pri­vacy, data se­cur­ity & data pro­tec­tion
Pre­cious re­sources need me­tic­u­lous care The chal­lenges arising from data are count­less and in­es­cap­able in our matur­ing tech­no­lo­gic­al land­scape. To fu­ture-proof your or­gan­isa­tion, and un­lock op­por­tun­ity...
07/07/2021
The state of fraud and cor­rup­tion in SA
The state of fraud and cor­rup­tion in SA 
05/07/2021
Fin­an­cing sus­tain­able de­vel­op­ment: an Afric­an per­spect­ive
In­tro­duc­tion Sus­tain­able fin­ance is a hot top­ic for in­vestors, banks and cor­por­ates around the world. It is an um­brella term for vari­ous fin­an­cial in­stru­ments, in­clud­ing green bonds and loans, so­cial...
02/07/2021
More than a flick of a switch, but soon SA will be char­ging ahead
By leg­al ex­perts from CM­S­It will take more than an an­nounce­ment and a flick of a switch for South Africa’s en­ergy woes to be re­solved. But once pro­jects get go­ing un­der the new reg­u­la­tions, the coun­try’s...
02/07/2021
Three hur­rahs for the tattletale
Whistle-blowers play a cru­cial role in en­sur­ing ac­count­ab­il­ity and should be hailed as her­oes Tsar Ivan the Ter­rible ad­vanced on the city of Pskov in 1570 with his army to pun­ish its in­hab­it­ants for...
01/07/2021
Can the South Afric­an eco­nomy do without uni­on­ised strikes?
Lock­down rendered many things im­possible, among them the abil­ity for uni­ons to ‘show up’ for their mem­bers in what has tra­di­tion­ally been the status quo for ne­go­ti­ation in South Africa: the or­gan­ised...
29/06/2021
Your small busi­ness is doomed to fail without prop­er tax com­pli­ance
Start­ing a busi­ness can be a daunt­ing task for any­one, es­pe­cially first time own­ers. For the youth month and Mi­cro-, Small and Me­di­um-sized En­ter­prises Day, we'd like to put to­geth­er an art­icle for young...
29/06/2021
In­form­a­tion Of­ficers Lead The Charge On POPIA Com­pli­ance
The right to pri­vacy has been en­shrined in South Africa’s Con­sti­tu­tion since 1996. But, the rise of in­ter­net us­age, so­cial me­dia and oth­er tech­no­lo­gic­al ad­vance­ments such as Ar­ti­fi­cial In­tel­li­gence...
17/06/2021
In­form­a­tion Of­ficers Lead The Charge On POPIA Com­pli­ance
The right to pri­vacy has been en­shrined in South Africa’s Con­sti­tu­tion since 1996. But, the rise of in­ter­net us­age, so­cial me­dia and oth­er tech­no­lo­gic­al ad­vance­ments such as Ar­ti­fi­cial In­tel­li­gence...
17/06/2021
CMS Real Es­tate Glob­al Bro­chure
Glob­al­isa­tion, polit­ic­al tur­bu­lence, changes in urb­an liv­ing pat­terns, in­creased di­git­isa­tion, shift­ing con­sumer be­ha­viour and flex­ible work­ing are just some of the is­sues that are trans­form­ing the de­mands...
15/06/2021
Youth Day! The struggle for free­dom is not over
The youth un­em­ploy­ment rate in South Africa in­creased to 63.30 per­cent in the first quarter of 2021 from 46.3% per­cent in the fourth quarter of 2020. This is ac­cord­ing to Stats SA, which an­nounced this...
08/06/2021
Out­look of en­ergy trans­ition in SA shows prom­ise
In the past dec­ade, South Africa has faced sig­ni­fic­ant chal­lenges in elec­tri­city gen­er­a­tion as a res­ult of an er­rat­ic and un­stable power sup­ply that has driv­en the coun­try’s heavy re­li­ance on fossil...