Newsflashes

23 June, 2014
OUTA says recent statements about e-tolls reportedly made by Gauteng transport MEC are causing confusion
23 June, 2014
The media has a responsibility to report on progress as well as government’s failures, says Ramaphosa
23 June, 2014
Earthlife Africa warns that fracking will have negative environmental consequences in the long-term
23 June, 2014
Gift of the Givers to visit the mining areas again where they have been providing striking workers with food parcels for the past five weeks
23 June, 2014
UNEP says the UNEA will seek action on how to solve the environmental issues that are currently facing the world
23 June, 2014
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees says South Africa has the best refugee legislation in the world
23 June, 2014
WWF says South Africa’s intention to go ahead with shale gas exploration and more coal mining could have a devastating effect on South Africa's water supply
23 June, 2014
Women are still marginalised in different sectors of the economy across Africa, says IWF
23 June, 2014
Zimbabwe could be headed for negative growth by 2016 if no measures are taken to halt the decline, according to the World Bank
17 June, 2014
The Badilika Foundation calls on Malawi to empower sex workers to demand safe sex as a possible way to win the fight against HIV/AIDS in Malawi
17 June, 2014
World Vision Malawi hands over a community health facility worth K12.5 million in Malawi’s Msambanyali area
17 June, 2014
Zimbabwe's registrar general urges the country's women to stop using contraceptives
17 June, 2014
Foreign donors have cut aid to Mozambique's government by 11 percent compared to 2013 amid concerns over corruption
17 June, 2014
South Africans want President Jacob Zuma to focus on job creation in his State of the Nation Address
17 June, 2014
SAAS applauds government for supporting people living with albinism