Newsflashes

7 July, 2008
The Star, 7 July 2008 The AIDS Law Project (ALP) and the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) have hit back at after two senior Health Department officials attacked Mark Heywood’s presentation at the national TB Conference in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal.
7 July, 2008
The Times, 7 July 2008. Civil rights initiative AfriForum has officially asked the Judicial Service Commission to remove Judge Nkola Motata from his position as judge because of gross racist misconduct.
6 July, 2008
SABC News, 6 July 2008. The Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) has accused KwaZulu-Natal's Health MEC, Peggy Nkonyeni, of orchestrating a "witch hunt" against two rural doctors.
6 July, 2008
Biz Community, 6 July 2008.
4 July, 2008
All Africa, 4 July 2008.  The Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) says that refugees and migrants do not have adequate access to health care services in South Africa.
1 July, 2008
FPB, 1 July 2008. The Film and Publications Board (FPB) has launched a Hotline Website, which is aimed at protecting children from exposure to child pornography.
1 July, 2008
Sowetan, 1 July 2008. Statistics released by police show that the number of children murdered in one year increased by 22.4% and the number of those falling victim to attempted murder increased by 13.7%.
1 July, 2008
All Africa, 1 July 2008. Tanzanian leaders meeting in Arusha have called on residents to stop depending on food assistance amid allegations that there are some NGOs that are encouraging villagers to beg for food aid.
1 July, 2008
All Africa, 1 July 2008. Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), a medical charity, has warned that Somalia is facing a massive humanitarian crisis but the level of response is not matching the needs of the affected population.
30 June, 2008
All Africa, 30 June 2008. African civil society organisations at the African Union (AU) Summit in Egypt have called on African leaders to publicly condemn the human rights violations and abuses taking place in Zimbabwe.
30 June, 2008
News24, 30 June 2008. Microsoft Corp is scheduled to stop selling its Windows XP operating system to retailers and major computer makers.
30 June, 2008
Business Day, 30 June 2008. A study conducted by the Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation (CSVR) on the police has revealed that, while citizens demand that police protect them, they “do so only legally and respectfully.”
29 June, 2008
IOL Technology, 29 June 2008. More than eight million copies of Firefox 3 were downloaded in a single day as the SpreadFirefox campaign attempted to set a world record for the most downloads in a 24-hour period.
29 June, 2008
Participation Junction, 29 June 2008. The National Assembly Portfolio Committee on Agriculture and Land Affairs is requesting public comment on the Provision of Land and Assistance Amendment Bill.

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