Press Releases

Press Releases

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06/12/2013 Human Rights Watch Nelson Mandela’s Death a Tremendous Loss
22/10/2009 National Electronic Media Institute of South Africa NEMISA students scoop 4 awards at the CIT:Y Festival Awards
19/04/2006 NEPAD: e-Africa Youth Programme Established
26/02/2010 Earthlife Africa NERSA Approves Eskom’s Electricity Tariff Increase
09/10/2013 The Bench Marks Foundation Never Again Marikana - We are Watching You
27/02/2013 SOS: Support Public Broadcasting Coalition New Acting COO and Postponement of Parliamentary Briefing of Special Investigations Unit and Skills Audit Findings
19/04/2013 Heart and Stroke Foundation South Africa New Action Plan Against Rheumatic Heart Disease
01/09/2010 Black Sash New Bill hampers right to appeal
07/06/2009 AIDS Law Project New Bills are a Serious Threat to the Constitution and Should be Withdrawn
22/04/2010 Michael & Susan Dell Foundation New Bursary Eases Debt Burden for up to 500 University Students
26/05/2014 Right2Know Campaign New Cabinet is a Blow to the Right to Communicate
03/11/2009 Inyathelo New Challenges Face Philanthropists
16/09/2013 South African Institute of Race Relations New Chief Executive Officer at the South African Institute of Race Relations
25/07/2012 Working Group for Nonprofit Governance in South Africa, Inyathelo: The South African Institute for Advancement New Code of Governance for Non-profits
05/12/2010 Operation Smile New Documentary Highlights the Plight of Children with Facial Deformities
09/01/2012 Mandela Park Backyarders New Hospital Under Threat: Residents Vow to Protest and Prevent Employees from Working on Site Tomorrow Until their Grievances Are Heard
19/02/2013 ONE Africa New Initiative from the ONE Campaign Aims to Bring African Voices to the Table as Nation Consider Post-2015 Development Goals
05/10/2012 SECTION27 New Judgement Against Department of Basic Education Sets Deadline for Delivery of Textbooks and Stresses Need for Openness and Accountability
11/09/2013 The Project for the Study of Alternative Education in South Africa New Nal’ibali Radio Programming Increases Access to Children’s Stories in All 11 Official Languages
23/08/2007 New National Coalition Opposes Nuclear Expansion in South Africa
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