Newsflashes

11 April, 2014
A drug hailed as a lifesaver for many people infected by HIV is at the heart of a rancorous debate among gay men
8 April, 2014
IMF states that Malawi has made progress after a massive government corruption scandal last year
8 April, 2014
A Malawian NGO condemns the current girls self-boarding system
8 April, 2014
President Banda says that poverty has no boundary between urban and rural areas
8 April, 2014
Mozambican government proposes a Bill that would criminalise SMSes, emails and other types of online posts that are considered ‘insulting’
8 April, 2014
A Swaziland editor and a rights lawyer who were arrested over an article said to be in contempt of court have been released
8 April, 2014
The world can learn from South Africa's ‘impressive’ rollout of antiretroviral treatment to more than two million people, says WHO
8 April, 2014
The African Peer Review Mechanism is in shambles
7 April, 2014
The proportion of South Africans infected with HIV has increased from 10.6 percent in 2008 to 12.2 percent in 2012, according to the HSRC
7 April, 2014
OUTA pleads with government to listen to ‘critics’ against e-tolling
7 April, 2014
The Department of Human Settlements is confident that South Africa will meet the MDGs on sustainable sanitation
1 April, 2014
Rights activists in Uganda file a legal petition against the controversial Anti-Homosexuality Act
1 April, 2014
Climate change is already affecting lives and will have catastrophic impacts if carbon emissions are not lowered now, warns the IPCC
1 April, 2014
Zambia’s Finnish ambassador says the fight against poverty should be enhanced as Zambia celebrates 50 years of independence
1 April, 2014
Communities in Malawi risk losing their only health facility to floods, says Matchaya