Newsflashes

17 June, 2014
Foreign donors have cut aid to Mozambique's government by 11 percent compared to 2013 amid concerns over corruption
17 June, 2014
South Africans want President Jacob Zuma to focus on job creation in his State of the Nation Address
17 June, 2014
SAAS applauds government for supporting people living with albinism
17 June, 2014
The SABC Foundation is working to create study and job opportunities for the youth, says Mavuso
17 June, 2014
Education For All says some learners in Limpopo have started mid-year exams without all their textbooks
17 June, 2014
SANTACO to provide free wi-fi to commuters in taxis and around taxi ranks
11 June, 2014
Swaziland’s National Curriculum Centre works towards upgrading the schools curriculum to be in line with the First World Vision 2022
11 June, 2014
A South African NGO says the kidnapped South African, Pierre Korkie, has been spotted for a third time in Yemen
10 June, 2014
Sustainable fisheries and aquaculture are crucial to food security and nutrition, says FAO
10 June, 2014
Some 60 percent of countries where malaria is endemic lack solid information about the quality of available drugs to treat the deadly disease, says a new report
10 June, 2014
The Botswana High Court to hear arguments in a case challenging the government's refusal to provide ARV treatment to foreign prisoners
10 June, 2014
The NYDA says that its role is to create coordination in matters of youth development and initiate programmes aimed at poverty alleviation and job creation
10 June, 2014
Tutu, human rights organisations, sign an open letter demanding reforms from Swaziland's King Mswati III, denouncing arbitrary arrests and prosecutions
10 June, 2014
Platinum mines can afford to pay workers more, says a new report
10 June, 2014
Zambia reiterates its position not to recognise gay rights, saying that ‘gaysm’ runs counter to the country’s culture and is an affront to the Constitution