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Michael Motsoeneng-Bill gets in the mind of Professor , Jarpa Dawuni of Political Science at Howard University

Michael Motsoeneng-Bill gets in the mind of Professor , Jarpa Dawuni of Political Science at Howard University, Washington D.C. She is a qualified Barrister-at-Law before the Ghana Superior Courts of Judicature. She holds a Doctorate in Political Science from Georgia State University. Her primary areas of research include judicial politics, women in the legal professions, gender and the law, international human rights, women’s civil society organizing and democratization.
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Renowned human rights lawyer George Bizo passed away at the age of 92

Tributes continue pouring in this morning following news of the passing of renowned human rights lawyer George Bizo, he passed away at the age of 92. Bizos will be remembered for representing the Rivonia trialists which included Walter Sisulu, Nelson Mandela and Govan Mbeki.
He is widely considered to have helped the struggle heroes evade the death penalty. in 2015 he had a chat with Michael Motsoeneng Bill on the low report

Workers Appeal to Labour Court to overturn an order in respect of Labour Brokers

Michael is joined by attorney, Mothusi Modisane (CN Phukubje Attorneys Inc.), Moleko Phakedi SAFTU Deputy General Secretary and IQ Business Chief Economist Sifiso Skanjana to unpack details relating to the definition of Labour Brokers, and how they are viewed in law as 201 workers are heading to the Labour Appeal Court to have a 2018 judgment saying "they should not be made permanent under section 198 of the Labour Relations Act" , overturned.

Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng pro- Israel comments.

We looked at parameters and limitations of speech in the context of the separation of powers principle. This was at the back of Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng pro- Israel comments. Khaya Sethole joined by CEO Freedom Under Law Nicole Fritz, Executive Secretary of the Council for the Advancement of the SA Constitution (CASAC) Lawson Naidoo and Advocate Mark Oppenheimer – Practicing Advocate at the Johannesburg Bar

Law enforcement and the rule of law. (Police Brutality)

Michael jointed by Associate editor Daily Maverick and Former American Diplomat Brooks Spector, and Professor of Intercultural Communication Veronica Appleton, to unpack police brutality and the excessive use of force and violent against it's own citizen. this is at the wake of #Blacklivesmatter

De Beer versus Minister of Cooperative Governance judgement

This week the High court declared lockdown regulations unconstitutional. The regulations promulgated in terms of levels 3 and 4 of the lockdown by co-operative governance minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma under the Disaster Management Act are “in a substantial number of instances. Michael had a chat with Mr Martin van Staden - Head of (Free Market Foundation) FMF Legal Policy and Research.

Children’s right over the reopening of Schools

Minister of Basic Education Angie Motshekga announced yesterday that schools will reopen 01 June. There’s been mixed rection from the public. Tonight we ask, Is the proposed return to schools not a violation of children right, as stipulated in Sec 28 of the Constitution, which prohibits risking the child’s well-being, physical or mental health? Is the child’s right to life, safe environment and human dignity (Bill of Rights -Section 10,11 and 24) not be compromised? Michael speaks to Mr Maphumulo Associate and Litigation Attorney at Adams and Adams

life after lock-down for small business

Michael was joined by Ronny Mkhwanazi - Corporate Law & Governance, International Trade Law, Business Leadership and Gerald Mwandiambira – Wealth Expert Business Coach to discuss the impact COVID-19 has on small business, and how they can legally navigate challenges.

On Jazz, the Digital World and Intellectual Property

The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in the cancellation of events around the world but many artists are making use of the digital space to continue sharing their crafts. The question though is: What are the implications of these digital performances where intellectual property is concerned? In recognition of World Intellectual Property Day and International Jazz Day, Michael Motsoeneng Bill was joined by jazz singer, pianist and SAMRO Foundation Deputy Chairperson Nomfundo Xaluva and intellectual property expert Dr. Chijioke Okorie.

Labour relations open-line.

South Africa’s economy is struggling, many firms are cutting down on costs.
Employees are faced with various labour issues. Do you have any labour issues you would like to get clarity on? Advocate Nqobizitha Mlilo standing in for Michael Motsoeneng-Bill.

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