Newsflashes

24 February, 2015
The country's large inequality gap is what contributes to criminality in townships, says Maile
24 February, 2015
The University of the Witwatersrand Student Representative Council raises R1 million for fellow students' tuition
24 February, 2015
Masses to protest in Maseru when the Constitutional Court hears an application in which the Attorney-General is suing King and Prime Minister
17 February, 2015
SANEF expresses its outrage at the illegal clampdown on freedom of expression during the State of the Nation address in Parliament
17 February, 2015
SANEF expresses concern about the imminent closure of SAPA
16 February, 2015
Oxfam announces its upcoming developmental strategies to ensure good health, water, sanitation and better livelihood among the needy and vulnerable in Africa
16 February, 2015
Women Parliamentarians in Zimbabwe urge the country to promote females in politics in order to bridge the gap between them and their male counterparts who hold the bulk of positions of authority in political parties and government
16 February, 2015
SANTAC urges journalists in Malawi to help in lobbying Parliamentarians to pass the Trafficking In Persons Bill
16 February, 2015
The World Bank to assist Malawi with US$50 million to help in maintaining areas that were affected by the recent floods
16 February, 2015
Anti-nuclear activists unfurl a banner at the 2nd Nuclear Industry Congress Africa 2015 in Sea Point which read ‘nuclear investments cost the Earth’
16 February, 2015
Electronic communication from parliament was cut for several hours ahead of the SONA
16 February, 2015
South Africa’s cases of rheumatic heart disease are 25 times the WHO rate
16 February, 2015
Activism is central for a democratic country like South Africa as it encourages accountability and engagement to ordinary people, says SECTION27
12 February, 2015
South African workers no longer trust trade unions, according to a new SAIRR report  
12 February, 2015
South Africa does not have the necessary spectrum to cater for the country's growing appetite for mobile data, warns experts