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Afronomicslaw 9h
by 's Profs. Spencer Weber Waller & James Thuo Gathii is now up. 👇🏿
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Afronomicslaw 13h
We are excited to announce our for the week. Eleanor Fox () & Mor Bakhoum's "Making Markets Work for Africa: Markets, Development, and Competition Law in Sub-Saharan Africa." ...1.
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Afronomicslaw Sep 10
by Nancy Kisangau reflects on and discusses two ways of maximizing the clause for the benefit of integration aspirations of African States. , .
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UCT Postgrad Studies Sep 10
The Faculty for the Future program awards to women from developing and emerging economies to pursue or research in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (). More info:
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Mandela Institute Sep 10
Is the NHI Bill good or bad for your health? We look forward to the panel discussion over the recently published National Health Insurance (NHI) Bill on Wednesday 11 September 2019 from 18:00. Join the live stream of the discussions on
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Afronomicslaw Sep 6
for : The Mandela Institute, School of Law is searching for a . Huge oppprtunity to lead a dynamic research & capacity building centre in the area of global economic law. DL: Sept. 20, 2019. More info 👇🏿👇🏿.
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Afronomicslaw Sep 4
The next post in our " - Views from Global South" is by Dr. James J. Nedumpara. He reflects on the proposal that Art. 25 may be provide an interim solution if the AB crisis is not resolved by Dec. 2019.
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Afronomicslaw Sep 1
The to our on " : Views from the " by the convenor, Dr. Jan Rves Remy () of is up.
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Afronomicslaw Aug 30
for - The Secretariat () has a call for applications for two positions. More info on the application process is available bia the link below. 👇🏿👇🏿👇🏿
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Afronomicslaw Aug 29
: "The Corporate Responsibility to Respect Human Rights in Africa". Yaoundè, Cameroon. March 17-18, 2020. DL: Sept. 30. More info via the link below 👇🏿👇🏿👇🏿
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Afronomicslaw Aug 28
The Faculty of Commerce, Law and Managenent, Mandela Institute - School of Law has advertised for a . It is an . More about the advert in thw link below.
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Regis Simo Aug 28
The is recruiting a Senior Researcher with interest in International trade and investment law, law and development, prospecting and mining law, and cognate subjects.
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Afronomicslaw Aug 18
An interesting from our Contributing Editor Simo Regis () examines the dilemma of the but more importantly highlights the critical role of mediation in among African States.
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Afronomicslaw Aug 18
For the first time, is very proud to provide a version of our . Please read and share our Contributing Editor, Regis Simo, 's excellent post. Merci beaucoup!
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USTR Aug 5
Joint Statement Between the United States of America and the African Union Concerning the Development of the African Continental Free Trade Area
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Regis Simo Aug 11
9 year old builds more than 30 mobile games - CNN
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Regis Simo Aug 9
Now on my forthcoming Brooklyn Journal of International Law's article on African countries' plastics regulations as trade measures
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Regis Simo Aug 9
Implementation of agreement: 4 African trade unions advocate tighter rules to protect African markets
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Olabisi D. Akinkugbe Aug 6
The App is so cool. I have downloaded it and many will find it very useful. .
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Carlos Lopes Aug 4
Kenya joins top 8 global geothermal producers, surpassing geothermal champion Iceland. These are very exciting news given the potential of this form of energy generation in many parts of Africa.
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