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17 September, 2007
All Africa, 17 September 2007. The Open Society Foundation of South Africa (OSF-SA) has donated R500 000 to 'The Times I Am Living In', a children’s newspaper which is distributed by email to about 400 school across South Africa.
17 September, 2007
AI, 17 September 2007. According to Amnesty International (AI), police in Angola are responsible for persistent human rights violations, with few perpetrators ever brought to justice.
17 September, 2007
FT.com, 17 September 2007.
17 September, 2007
Newswire, 17 September 2007. New York City Mayor, Michael Bloomberg, will form an organisation called Bloomberg Philanthropies that will organise all of his giving, his company's donations and the projects undertaken by the new foundation.
17 September, 2007
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17 September, 2007
One World.net, 17 September 2007.
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Business Day, 17 September 2007.
17 September, 2007
VOA News, 14 September 2007. In light of rising pressure to produce results in his mediation in Zimbabwe, South African President, Thabo Mbeki, has reached out to civil society leaders.
14 September, 2007
SANGONeT, 17 September 2007. Members of the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) Limpopo and Mpumalanga marched to the Mapulaneng Hospital on 14 September 2007, in support of the implementation of the National Strategic Plan.
12 September, 2007
CECS, 12 September 2007.  The Community Education Computer Society (CECS), an NGO that offers information and communication technology (ICT) training, will celebrate Software Freedom Day on 15 September 2007 in Johannesburg.
12 September, 2007
AfricaFocus, 12 September 2007.
11 September, 2007
Myadsl.co.za, 11 September 2007. The Minister of Communications, Ivy Matsepe-Casaburri, has warned that no undersea cables will be allowed to land in South Africa and provide cheaper broadband unless they are majority owned by local investors.
11 September, 2007
News24, 11 September 2007.
11 September, 2007
All Africa, 11 September 2007.  The World Bank Group devoted financing amounting to a record US $5.8 billion to Sub-Saharan Africa in 2006 in what it says is a consolidation of its commitment to its development priority region.
11 September, 2007
Daily Nation, 11 September 2007. NGOs in Kenya have threatened to sue the country’s MPs for fixing their own salaries and awarding themselves Sh1.5 million each as winding up allowance.

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