Newsflashes

16 October, 2014
Stats SA says its poverty survey will cost taxpayers R120 million
16 October, 2014
A Northern Cape school that closed over asbestos pollution concerns did so without a plan for the pupils’ continued education, says SECTION27
16 October, 2014
Government works on a plan to improve the clinics in South Africa
16 October, 2014
Many African countries have willingly adopted and embraced the internationally concept of multi-party democracy in the past two decades, says Fikeni
16 October, 2014
50 percent of South Africans are grappling with obesity, according to the Heart and Stroke Foundation
16 October, 2014
Madonsela accuses some people in society of allegedly targeting her office and interfering with her powers, as protected by the constitution
16 October, 2014
People in countries worst affected are too afraid to report all Ebola cases, says MSF
16 October, 2014
The Electoral Institute for Sustainable Democracy in Africa says the time has come for a modern leader to be elected in Mozambique's elections
15 October, 2014
16 October is World Food Day and sadly, a grim shadow of hunger and malnutrition hangs over the gains of the democratic era
9 October, 2014
The Unite 4 Mandela campaign will be making its way to the City of Tshwane on 22 November 2014, says Mbalula
9 October, 2014
South Africans are generally breathing good air, but there are hotspots that are cause for concern, according to 2014 State of the Air Report
9 October, 2014
The Institute for Security Studies refutes some reports which claim that farm attacks are racially motivated
9 October, 2014
The SAHRC urged the public to use social networking sites responsibly
9 October, 2014
The SAHRC says the right to a healthy environment of the suspects detained at Maake police station outside Tzaneen in Limpopo has been violated
7 October, 2014
Teachers urge the Zambian government to increase funds in the education sector to reach Vision 2030 goals