Newsflashes

5 November, 2007
HANA, 5 November 2007. Africa must use ICTs to improve public services, overcome poverty, and enable regional integration - World Bank.
5 November, 2007
Mail & Guardian, 5 November 2007. The Institute for Security Studies (ISS) says the police are obliged to investigate fraud and corruption charges against Scorpions boss Gerrie Nel if a criminal complaint has been brought against him.
5 November, 2007
SANE, 2 November 2007.  The South African New Economics (SANE) networks has announced that its Chairperson, Margaret Legum, has passed away.
5 November, 2007
Independent Online, 5 October 2007.  Environmental NGOs have warned that those involved in the recent fierce debate over perlemoen needed to bear in mind the species was on the brink of extinction.
5 November, 2007
TAC Electronic Newsletter, 5 November 2007.
5 November, 2007
IRIN News, 5 November 2007. The United Nations Mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo (MONUC) has called on the army to demobilise all child soldiers in its ranks and hand over any minors held by military tribunals to civilian jurisdiction.
31 October, 2007
Women’sNet, 31 October 2007.  Women’sNet, Gender Links and Nisaa have joined LifeLine Southern Africa in calling on mobile service providers to allow cellphone users to call the Stop Gender Violence Helpline and the AIDS Helpline at no cost.
30 October, 2007
Timesnow, 30 October 2007. Chad has detained nine French civil society workers for trying to traffic and sell 100 children to European families. 
30 October, 2007
AFP, 30 October 2007. The Nelson Mandela Foundation (NMF) has announced the line-up for this year's 46664 AIDS benefit concert to be held on 1 December 2007 in Johannesburg.
30 October, 2007
United Nations, 30 October 2007.
30 October, 2007
SANGONeT, 30 October 2007. The July 2007 NPO Salary Survey Report is now available and can be ordered and purchased from Averile Ryder.
30 October, 2007
eGov Monitor, 30 October 2007. Natasha Primo, Women'sNet Executive Director, makes a strong case for why women’s NGOs should embrace information communication technology (ICT) to achieve their goals.
30 October, 2007
The Star, 30 October 2007.
30 October, 2007
All Africa, 30 October 2007. Experts have urged African governments to promote information communication technology (ICT) mechanisms for rural Africans who have never seen a computer or made a telephone call to have access global digital services.
30 October, 2007
The Times, 30 October 2007. Nkuzi Development Association has warned that land reform efforts in South Africa have not kept pace with farm evictions since 1994, resulting in more people losing land than gaining since the end of apartheid.

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