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15 January, 2007
SANGONeT, 12 January 2007. The Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) has reacted with anger at accusations of genocide levelled against its leader Zackie Achmat, for campaigning for the release of anti-retroviral drugs (ARVs) to the HIV infected population.
11 January, 2007
Pambazuka, 11 January 2007. Critics have branded South Africa's Coega project a corporate welfare  overindulgence, in a country that does not have resources to spare, despite claims by government proponents that the project represents sound policy.
11 January, 2007
Business Day, 11 January 2007. Human rights groups  and a website that reports on Burma, claim South Africa could vote against a resolution criticising that country’s human rights record.
9 January, 2007
Tectonic, 9 January 2007.  The Meraka Institute, Intel and the Department of Science and Technology (DST) have unveiled a new high performance computer designed to assist in HIV and AIDS research.
9 January, 2007
allAfrica, 8 January 2007. South Africa has engaged in its first debate as a non-permanent member of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) in New York, following its election to the council last October.
8 January, 2007
CGD, 8 January 2007. The Center for Global Development (CGD) has received a $10 million grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to support policy research on global health and poverty issues.
8 January, 2007
AllAfrica.com, 8 January 2007.
8 January, 2007
Business Day, 8 January 2007. Andrew Jack, writing for the Financial Times, traces the thin line between business and charity by highlighting  new  trends in philanthropic giving. 
8 January, 2007
HRW, 8 January 2007.
8 January, 2007
HRW, 8 January 2007. Human Rights Watch (HRW) has criticised  a Bill in Peru’s Congress that paves the way for the government to interfere with the activities of NGOs.
8 January, 2007
The Herald, 8 January 2007. The Endangered Wildlife Trust has launched a web-based toolkit to help ordinary South Africans understand environmental impact assessments (EIAs).
8 January, 2007
One World Trust, 8 January 2007.
15 December, 2006
IPS, 15 December 2006. War, AIDS, malaria, cholera and famine have gradually turned Africa into a continent full of orphaned children and teenagers.

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