Newsflashes

3 March, 2015
The global state of human rights is grim and violations in South Africa are on the rise, says Amnesty International
3 March, 2015
Pohamba wins the Mo Ibrahim Foundation's US$5 million African leadership prize
3 March, 2015
The United Nations commends the Lesotho Independent Electoral Commission for preparing the elections
3 March, 2015
Any plans aimed at saving the besieged e-tolling system will not work without the support of the majority of road users, argues OUTA
3 March, 2015
Electronic payments company Net1 UEPS Technologies has more time to continue carrying out a social grant tender
3 March, 2015
Nene says the e-toll tariffs will be adjusted downwards but government remains committed to the principle of road users funding improvements to keep SANRAL solvent
3 March, 2015
Government plans to introduce social assistance to unemployed South Africans who do not receive support
3 March, 2015
Police are on high alert in the at Thembelihle informal settlement near Lenasia after service delivery protests turned violent
3 March, 2015
The controversial R550 million agreement governing the SABC’s 24-hour news channel on MultiChoice’s DStv bouquet is back in the spotlight
24 February, 2015
CSOs form a network aimed at mobilising and coordinating the organisations to ensure smooth and proper coordination of their activities
24 February, 2015
The United States, through the USAID, poured billions of dollars into the NGO sector in pursuit of illegal regime change
24 February, 2015
Mogae hails NGOs in Uganda for their role in the fight against HIV/AIDS
24 February, 2015
COSATU is calling on government to scrap the controversial e-tolls system must be scrapped in Gauteng
24 February, 2015
Nothing but a decision to mothball Gauteng's controversial e-toll system will heal the rift of trust which has arisen between SANRAL and the public, argues OUTA
24 February, 2015
SANEF condemns the barring of journalists from the media gallery ahead of delivery of the State of the Province Address by Gauteng Premier, David Makhura