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30 November, 2006
SABC News, 29 November 2006. People Opposing Women Abuse (POWA) assisted a rape survivor fight to keep her case on the roll, after her alleged rapists walked free on a warning.
30 November, 2006
Comms Business, 30 November 2006. Oxfam has launched a new directory enquiry service, in partnership with a communications company, which allows users to help end world poverty every time they make a call.
30 November, 2006
WHO, 30 November 2006. The latest UNAIDS/WHO AIDS Epidemic Update shows that out of the 4.3 million new infections in 2006, 2.8 million or 65 percent occurred in sub-Saharan Africa.
29 November, 2006
SANGONeT, 29 November 2006.
28 November, 2006
IPSnews, 22 November 2006. Peter Piot, Executive director of UNAIDS, said last week that developing countries could and should pay up to close the HIV and AIDS financing gap.
28 November, 2006
Translate.org.za, 27 November 2006. Translate.org.za has won the prestigious African ICT Achiever Award for 2006, and so recognised for their years of hard work in bridging both the language and digital divides.
27 November, 2006
AllAfrica.Com, 20 November 2006. According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), while Africa confronts the world's most dramatic public health crisis it can, over time, meet the challenges given sufficient international support.
27 November, 2006
HST, 27 November 2006. This World AIDS Day marks the 18th anniversary of the event, first held in 1988, with the theme of ‘communication’. The day has become a powerful advocacy opportunity since then, with the slogan “Keep The Promise”.
27 November, 2006
IPSnews, 27 November 2006.
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Peace Journalism, 26 November 2006.
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24 November, 2006
The Transformer, 23 November 2006. The Local Government Transformer, a bi-monthly newsletter aimed at highlighting key issues facing local government in South Africa, has turned 10 years old.
24 November, 2006
Mainichi Daily News, 22 November 2006. Following the recent kidnapping of two of its workers by Palestinian gunmen, the Red Cross has resolved to suspend its activities in the Gaza Strip.
24 November, 2006
BuaNews, 22 November 2006. According to BuaNews, rural communities stand to benefit from critical information gathered by the first South African owned and developed low earth-orbiting satellite – SumbandilaSAT.

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