Newsflashes

28 May, 2007
Mail & Guardian, 28 May 2007. Police officers and crime experts are generally backing the recommendations of the Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation (CSVR) report on policing.
28 May, 2007
The Star, 28 May 2007. The Sex Workers' Advocacy Trust (SWEAT) has vowed to make a submission to the National Council of Provinces (NCOP) on its concerns about the Sexual Offences Bill.
28 May, 2007
IRIN News, 28 Amy 2007. According to the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) report, hundreds of children have been trafficked into the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) from several West African countries.
28 May, 2007
War on Want, 28 May 2007. War on Want, a British development charity, has disclosed that privatisation of water delivery poses a threat to the lives of many poor people.
28 May, 2007
Newsfood.com, 28 May 2007.
28 May, 2007
AllAfrica.com, 28 May 2007.
28 May, 2007
AllAfrica.com, 28 May 2007. According to a recent report produced by Amnesty International, the human rights situation in many parts of Africa remained precarious in 2006. 
28 May, 2007
SABC News, 28 May 2007. A recent report by Doctors without Borders, an international NGO, makes a plea to the South African government to allow nurses to prescribe antiretroviral treatment (ARV).
28 May, 2007
Citizen, 28 May 2007. The Treatment Action Campaign’s (TAC) Mark Haywood has been appointed as the Deputy Chair of the SA National Aids Council (SANAC).
28 May, 2007
AllAfrica.com, 25 May 2007. Addressing the 21st Anniversary celebration of the NGO Equal Opportunity Foundation (EOF) in Camps Bay, Deputy President Phumzile Mlambo-Ngquka said that government needs to do more to support NGOs.
28 May, 2007
IOL, 25 May 2007. The SA Climate Action Network (SACAN) has criticised the South African government’s response to climate change as being inappropriate.
28 May, 2007
IRIN News, 25 May 2007.
25 May, 2007
IRIN Africa, 21 May 2007. More than 20 people are behind bars after shops reportedly belonging to Somali nationals were torched during a week-long protest by residents of Khutsong township outside Carletonville.
21 May, 2007
IRIN News, 21 May 2007.  The Liberian child rights activists and the government have warned against orphanage owners who use “fake orphans” to attract millions of dollars in international assistance every year.

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