Newsflashes

22 January, 2007
APC Forum, 22 January 2007.
22 January, 2007
Agenda, 22 January 2007. Agenda, a feminist media project in Africa, invites poetry contributions that explore topics of gender, feminism and/or the rights of women and girls for its next Journal.
22 January, 2007
The Weekender, 20 January 2007.
22 January, 2007
NETWORLD, 22 January 2007.
22 January, 2007
SANGONeT, 22 January 2007.  Earthlife Africa has blamed the recent power cuts affecting the country on the highly centralised electricity supply industry made up of large generation units and with long transmission routes from a few centers of supply.
19 January, 2007
IOL Technology, 18 January 2007. The founders of the revolutionary free voice over internet protocol (Voip) solution Skype, have unveiled a test version of an online television service that will be free to users.
19 January, 2007
AllAfrica.com, 19 January 2007. Kameelah Rasheed, a Johannesburg-based community activist, grapples with the overall impact that the World Social Forum has for civil society and the realisation of sustainable development.
19 January, 2007
Philanthropy Journal, 19 January 2007. According to a recent report, entitled “The Activation Point,” NGOs can motivate their supporters to greater social action by building people’s will to act.
19 January, 2007
The Boston Globe, 19 January 2007. Oxfam and UN agencies have issued a joint appeal calling for an end to the violence in Darfur.
18 January, 2007
SANGONeT, 18 January 2007. Sex Worker Education and Advocacy Taskforce (SWEAT), an NGO that works with sex workers around health and human rights, has condemned the alleged police brutality against sex workers.
17 January, 2007
IOL, 17 January 2007. NGOs are demanded that Western Cape Agriculture MEC Kobus Dowry be fired for accusing them of incitement and dividing the Rawsonville’s farming community.
16 January, 2007
Mail and Guardian, 16 January 2007.
16 January, 2007
Philanthropy Journal, 16 January 2007.
16 January, 2007
iHAPS, 16 January 2007. 

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