Social media’s growing role in the public discourse can never be disputed. To mitigate risks that come with the ever growing popularity of social media platforms, companies have introduced social media law policies, which dictate how their employees should behave while expressing themselves on the internet.
We are focusing on former President Nelson Mandela’s first visit to a foreign country as a head of state. Nine weeks after taking oath as South Africa’s first black and democratic President, Madiba paid an official visit to neighbouring Mozambique.
25 years ago this week, democratic South Africa severed military ties with Israel, marking an end to decades long cooperation between the two nations.
This week marks 25 years since South Africa signed an agreement with the Commonwealth Development Corporation, a move that granted small and medium enterprises access to global funding.
This week marks 25 years since the man credited with taking down the foundation of apartheid was transferred from the Pretoria Central Prison to a mental institution.