Newsflashes

21 January, 2015
British government activates Start Funds to help ‘people affected by the Malawi floods
21 January, 2015
Swaziland’s minister of education and training announces that the opening of all public and private schools would be delayed by a week
20 January, 2015
MSF in Malawi say the south of the country has been hit hardest by the recent floods that displaced hundreds of thousands of people
19 January, 2015
Wealth accumulated by the richest one percent will exceed that of the other 99 percent in 2016, says Oxfam
19 January, 2015
JPSA says the Gauteng e-toll review panel's report fails to include some of the alternative recommendations they raised
19 January, 2015
The increasing levels of hate speech among several political leaders worries SADC Council of NGOs
19 January, 2015
YALI expresses concern that some NGOs in Zambia are getting involved in partisan politics and active campaigns for political candidates
16 January, 2015
Almost one billion more people will face a life of extreme poverty unless world leaders make progress on poverty and climate change, says Tutu
16 January, 2015
Ramaphosa to participate in the launch of the Gauteng paperless education system at seven schools in Tembisa
16 January, 2015
Talks are under way in government to possibly extend child grants for needy children from 18 years of age to 23
16 January, 2015
The Electoral Court reserves judgement in the alleged vote-rigging case of the Tlokwe Municipality's by-elections of 2013
16 January, 2015
NGO criticises Eskom for failing to apologise to South Africans for the ongoing electricity problems
16 January, 2015
The e-tolling system places a disproportionate burden on low and middle income households
16 January, 2015
HSF launches an urgent application in the High Court in Pretoria to overturn the suspension of the Hawks head
14 January, 2015
Swazi men are more worried about getting their girlfriend pregnant than they are about HIV,” according to a study conducted by IPPF and IBT