Newsflashes

8 September, 2014
A rights organisation warns that a coup remains imminent in Zimbabwe
8 September, 2014
WHO hopes that a vaccine for Ebola could be available in November 2014
8 September, 2014
Armando Guebuza and Afonso Dhlakama sign a peace deal ending a two-year conflict
5 September, 2014
Medical equipment and supplies taken by Gift of the Givers, have not yet reached Gaza
5 September, 2014
Community health workers charged with participating in a prohibited gathering reject offer from the state to drop charges
5 September, 2014
New ministry of small business development is aimed at achieving objectives of the NDP, among others job creation
5 September, 2014
Approximately 4 000 cardboard baby-cots are being distributed in KwaZulu-Natal in an effort to curb neonatal mortality
5 September, 2014
JPSA supports call for a fuel-levy to help pay for Gauteng’s e-tolling system
5 September, 2014
Gauteng road users do not need discounts and tariff reductions on e-toll fees because they never asked for tolls, states Road Safety Campaign
3 September, 2014
Zimbabwe crafts cyber laws to regulate activities on social media and to tackle cybercrimes
3 September, 2014
Malawi was the first country to adopt a policy of putting all HIV positive pregnant and breast feeding women on ARVs, states Mutharika
29 August, 2014
Zambia lifts a 20-month ban on safari hunting because it has lost too much revenue
29 August, 2014
Botswana's High Court orders government to provide treatment to HIV-positive foreign prisoners
29 August, 2014
Development works, in the framework of the integrated programme to fighting hunger and poverty are in a good path, says Pereira
29 August, 2014
SALC expresses concern that secretary general of TUCOSWA was prevented from speaking at a gathering