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GLOBAL

Remote-work visas will shape the future of work, travel and citizenship

Smaller countries have been competing for tourists for years. New remote work visas suggest they are now competing for citizens...

By Dave Cook 7 Sep 2020

GLOBAL

UN ruling could be a game-changer for climate refugees and climate action

The recent ruling by the United Nations that governments cannot return people to countries where their lives might be threatened by climate change is a potential game-changer...

By Yvonne Su 29 Jan 2020

SOUTH AFRICA

International paymaster and escrow services offered by Europlaw Group

Europlaw Group is now in position of offering both paymaster and escrow services to their international clients with the international banking platform provided by the ISCC Group...

Issued by Europlaw 22 May 2018

SOUTH AFRICA

ISCC Group entered into joint venture with Europlaw Group

Ithuba Savings Credit Corp Limited representing ISCC Group, conducting business mainly in Indonesia and Germany agreed to enter into a formal mutual business collaboration of appointing Europlaw Group as its legal and accounting team for their group of companies internationally...

Issued by Europlaw 18 May 2018

MALAYSIA

Malaysia rescues 140 pangolins from suspected smugglers

Dozens of live pangolins were seized from suspected traffickers close to Malaysia's border with Thailand...

10 Nov 2017

SOUTH AFRICA

Female millennials are the most confident and ambitious of any female generation

New PwC survey dispels myths about women and work...

5 Mar 2015

MALAYSIA

Online site refused print licence despite court ruling

KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA: Malaysia has refused to grant a print license to a news portal often critical of the government despite a landmark court ruling in the site's favour in a case spotlighting the government's curbs on press freedom.

3 Oct 2014

MALAYSIA

Malaysia bans Japanese comic book Ultraman for using 'Allah'

KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA: Malaysia has banned a translation of an Ultraman comic book after it referred to the popular Japanese superhero as "Allah", authorities said on Friday, during an ongoing row over use of the word by non-Muslims.

10 Mar 2014

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