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16 April, 2007
Ethical Corporation, 16 April 2007.
12 April, 2007
Mail & Guardian, 12 April 2007.  World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz has criticised rich countries for failing to increase aid to needy developing nations at a time when some African economies are about to "turn the corner".
12 April, 2007
AlertNet, 12 April 2007. On Tuesday, 10 April 2007, Google and the US Holocaust Memorial Museum launched an online mapping project to provide evidence of atrocities committed in Sudan’s western Darfur region.
12 April, 2007
Business Day, 11 April 2007. Finance Minister, Trevor Manuel’s comments regarding the flaws of government’s black economic empowerment (BEE) policy have caused some contestation and debate.
12 April, 2007
Sunday Independent, 8 April 2007.
11 April, 2007
Business Day, 11 April 2007. According to the International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) Rodrigo de Rato, secret talks among five economic powers to rebalance the world economy have produced satisfactory results, but are no “quick-fix solution”.
11 April, 2007
AllAfrica.com, 11 April 2007. In her opinion piece featured in the Cape Argus, Jane Duncan, executive director of the Freedom of Expression Institute (FXI), argues that bad nationalism is a threat to freedom of expression.
11 April, 2007
AlertNet, 10 April 2007.
11 April, 2007
Business Day, 11 April 2007. NGOs have criticised the eight year health strategy underlined at the African Union Conference of Ministers of Health in Johannesburg for lacking clear targets.
10 April, 2007
AI, 10 April 2007. Aimed at  promoting Amnesty International's human rights' work, best-selling artists Green Day, R.E.M, Christina Aguilera, and Snow Patrol are expected to feature on a CD of songs written by John Lennon.
10 April, 2007
IPS News, 10 April 2007.
10 April, 2007
Business Day, 10 April 2007. Amnesty International has called upon Chad to accept  the  United Nations (UN) into the country, following the country’s failure to protect its citizens living near the border in eastern Chad.
5 April, 2007
Health-e, 5 April 2007. Organisations representing Zimbabwean refugees in South Africa are calling upon the government to intervene in challenges they face in accessing health care in the country.
5 April, 2007
IOL, 3 April 2007. In his opening remarks at the 5th Global Forum on Fighting Corruption on Monday, 2 April 2007, President Thabo Mbeki said that corruption distorts values and freedom and negatively affects the delivery of services to those in need.

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