Newsflashes

26 June, 2007
Yahoo News, 25 June 2007. According to the Climate Group, an international NPO dedicated to advancing business and government leadership on climate change, Google has committed itself to cutting all its greenhouse emissions by 2008.
26 June, 2007
Tectonic, 25 June 2007. Mark Shuttleworth has denied the rumour that Ubuntu is in discussions with Microsoft aimed at an agreement along the lines  Microsoft recently concluded with Linspire, Xandros, Novell and others.
26 June, 2007
TAC Newsletter, 26 June 2007.  The Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) and the Coalition Against Public Health Cuts have invited the department of health in the Western Cape to its meeting aimed at addressing health challenges in Khayelitsha.
22 June, 2007
Business Day, 22 June 2007. According to a report released by the Presidency, South Africans living in poverty declined to 43,2% of the population last year from 44,5% in 2005 and 50,8% in 2000.
22 June, 2007
Mail & Guardian, 22 June 2007.  The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) has expressed sadness and dismay that children up to the age of four are dying more than any other age group in South Africa.
21 June, 2007
Reuters, 21 June 2007. The Agency Coordinating Body for Afghan Relief (ACBAR) and other international NGOs, have called on international forces in Afghanistan to do more to protect civilians in their combat operations.
21 June, 2007
Business Day, 21 June 2007.
20 June, 2007
SANGONeT, 19 June 2007.  The South African Receiver of Revenue (SARS) invites tax exempted NGOs, charitable organisations, social societies, and institutions affected by the Tax Amnesty to its workshops in all nine provinces.
20 June, 2007
Denise Nicholson's Information Service, 19 June 2007. Microsoft has laid claims against Linux and other open-source software communities alluding to the patents the open source community has infringed upon.
19 June, 2007
IRIN, 19 June 2007. The Minister of Provincial and Local Government, Sydney Mufamadi has described the rash of service delivery protests throughout the country since 2004 as a consequence of the successes of the government, not its failures.
19 June, 2007
Reuters, 19 June 2007. Oxfam has decided to permanently close down its humanitarian operation in Sudan's western region of Darfur.
19 June, 2007
AllAfrica.com, 19 June 2007.
18 June, 2007
The Sunday Independent, 18 June 2007. Civil society in South Africa is gearing up to try to influence the African National Congress (ANC) to make real socio-economic policy shifts.
18 June, 2007
Journalism.co.za, 18 June 2007. According to the Media institute of Southern Africa (MISA), poor salaries and a harsh environment are promoting corruption among Zimbabwean journalists.

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