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20 April, 2007
AllAfrica.com, 20 April 2007. Amnesty International has confirmed that Pakistan national Khalid Rashid, has been in the custody of Pakistan intelligence since April 2006. 
20 April, 2007
Iafrica.Com, 20 April 2007.  Two disgruntled employees of the National Association of People Living with HIV and Aids (NAPWA) have chased their national director Nkululeko Nxesi away from work.
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Witness, 20 April 2007.
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BuaNews, 19 April 2007.
20 April, 2007
VOANews, 19 April 2007. South African-based CIVICUS has announced that it will seek an audience with President Thabo Mbeki to express its concern about what it says is a deepening crisis in Zimbabwe.
18 April, 2007
Business Day, 18 April 2007.
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OneWorld.Net, 18 April 2007.
18 April, 2007
AllAfrica.com, 18 April 2007. The detention of patients with extremely drug resistant (XDR) TB has been criticised by the AIDS Law Project (ALP), who are opposed to any form of coercion of people with MDR and XDR TB.
18 April, 2007
AllAfrica.com, 18 April 2007.
18 April, 2007
Mail & Guardian, 17 April 2007.  The Zimbabwean state television has reported that the country’s authorities have cancelled licences for NGOs in a crackdown on groups accused of planning to oust President Robert Mugabe.
18 April, 2007
BBC, 17 April 2007.  According to a report by analysts IDC, the laptop market will grow by 16% year-on-year until 2011.
17 April, 2007
Mail & Guardian, 17 April 2007.  According to an influential European Minister, the future of the World Bank is in crisis over the pay scandal involving the embattled bank president Paul Wolfowitz and his girlfriend.
17 April, 2007
Business Day, 17 April 2007. The Institute for Democracy in South Africa (IDASA) has called on the government to regulate private donations to political parties.
17 April, 2007
The Herald, 17 April 2007. Piet Naudé, head of the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU) Business School‘s Ethics Unit, argues that the national lottery should be run be the state as a function of SARS.

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