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30 June, 2015
The Children's Rights & Emergency Relief Organisation (UNICEF) says despite global progress on achieving Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), unequal opportunities have left nearly 600 million children living in extreme poverty on less than US$1.25 a day.
30 June, 2015
The Women and Men Against Child Abuse has called on government to make sure those found guilty of rape spend the rest of their lives in jail.
30 June, 2015
Studies conducted by the University of Johannesburg's Centre for Cyber Security show that South Africa is the most affected by cybercrime in Africa.
30 June, 2015
Simply painting a new coat over the same rusty broken vehicle and trying to sell it as a new car. That’s how the Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance (OUTA) has described the new gazetted e-toll dispensation regulations.
30 June, 2015
A South African minor is said to be suffering from malaria after allegedly being abducted and trafficked to Malawi. A delegation led by the Minister of Social Development, Bathabile Dlamini, together with Interpol will be heading to Malawi to bring home the relatives.
24 June, 2015
The Organisation for Security and Co-operation (OSCE) in Europe has called for countries to treat migrants ‘humanely’, as the EU struggles to cope with tens of thousands of people arriving in rickety boats.
24 June, 2015
The United Nations (UN) has welcomed a warning by Pope Francis on climate change and called on governments to put "the global common good above national interests."
24 June, 2015
The United Nations (UN) says nearly 60 million people have been driven from their homes by war and persecution.
24 June, 2015
South Africa ranks 136 out of 162 countries in this year’s Global Peace Index (GPI) and 37 out of 44 countries in Sub-Saharan Africa.
24 June, 2015
Portugal's former leftist president, Jorge Sampaio, and Namibian eye specialist, Helena Ndume, were awarded the first United Nations (UN) Nelson Mandela Prize for their work to better humanity.
24 June, 2015
The Council for the Advancement of the South African Constitution (CASAC) says the new National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) head must rise above the factions and demonstrate the ability to prosecute without fear, favour and prejudice.
24 June, 2015
Cell C wants to know why Vodacom’s R7bn bid for Neotel was approved by the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA), and the company is even threatening legal action to try to stop the buyout.
24 June, 2015
The Department of Basic Education recently unveiled its draft policy on HIV/AIDS, sexually transmitted diseases and tuberculosis. One of the policy’s proposals is to formalise sex and sexuality education in schools as part of the Life Orientation subject.
24 June, 2015
The Justice Project South Africa (JPSA) says any amendments to the e-road regulations under the South African National Roads Agency Limited (SANRAL) Act to withhold car licence discs on the basis of outstanding e-tolls must first be published for public comment.
24 June, 2015
South Africa’s Catholic bishops say it is unfair to pass on the burden of Eskom failures to customers‚ especially the poor.

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