Newsflashes

11 June, 2007
The Star, 11 June 2007.
8 June, 2007
Business Report, 8 June 2007.
8 June, 2007
The Star, 8 June 2007.
7 June, 2007
Reuters, 7 June 2007.  According to Alex Renton of the British Observer newspaper, Malawian farmers have had their best corn harvest in 12 years,  but  the country is still on the receving end of food aid from the United States.
7 June, 2007
Inquirer.net, 7 June 2007. According to the Geneva-based Center on Housing Rights and Evictions (COHRE), more than two million people have lost their homes in the past two decades due to preparations for the Olympic Games.
7 June, 2007
Sunday Times, 7 June 2007. According powerful business woman Mamphele Ramphele, the country’s elite or so-called “black diamonds” are not doing enough to share their wealth.
7 June, 2007
Sunday Times, 7 June 2007. Every year, about this time the moneyed world teases Africa with promises of solidarity and enhanced economic support, contends Brendon Boyle.
6 June, 2007
5 June 2007.   Adam Habib has been appointed the deputy vice-chancellor of the University of Johannesburg (UJ).
6 June, 2007
AllAfrica.com, 6 June 2007. South African, Cobus de Swardt, has been appointed as managing director of the Berlin-based Secretariat of Transparency International (TI).
4 June, 2007
Business Report, 4 June 2007. According to researcher Asghar Adelzadeh, a grant of R500 a month for poor, unemployed adults could go a long way towards reducing poverty in South Africa.
4 June, 2007
Tectonic, 4 June 2007. A campaign aimed at encouraging South African broadband users to stand up against Telkom’s non-compliance regarding local bandwidth capping in the ASDL Regulations, has been launched.
4 June, 2007
Tectonic, 4 June 2007. Novell South Africa has announced that it has reached an agreement with First National Bank (FNB) to standardise the bank’s 12 000 desktops in its 680 retail branches on Novell’s Linux product.
4 June, 2007
Oneworld.net, 4 June 2007. While Tony Blair tours Africa ahead of the G8 summit, a report by ActionAid shows that Africa is still awaiting billions of dollars of aid promised at the Gleneagles summit chaired by Tony Blair in 2005.
4 June, 2007
IRIN News, 4 June 2007.

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