Newsflashes

5 April, 2016
The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) has described President Jacob Zuma’s response to the Constitutional Court judgment on the Nkandla matter, as an insult to all South Africans.
30 March, 2016
Botswana’s top court has ruled that, regardless of moral disapproval, the government cannot ban gay rights advocates from forming political action groups.
30 March, 2016
Botswana non-governmental organisations (NGOs) are concerned that their government and the United Nations (UN) are engaged in processes concerning the establishment of a National Human Rights Institution (NHRI) without the strategic engagement of civil society organisations.
30 March, 2016
The United Nations Office of the United Nations Resident Coordinator says that Zimbabwe faces rising food shortages as drought, exacerbated by the El Nino weather pattern worsens.
30 March, 2016
The African Development Bank has approved the release of US$33 million to improve water and sanitation in Bulawayo.
30 March, 2016
The United Nations (UN) will release its anticipated finding on South Africa’s human rights record, reviewed for the first time this month. The finding will be published in respect to a list of issues handed to South Africa by the UN’s human rights committee responsible for the review.
30 March, 2016
The Amadiba Crisis Committee (ACC) says the anti-mining activist, Sikhosiphi ‘Bazooka’ Rhadebe, murdered in an alleged ‘blue light’ hit last week, will be laid to rest this weekend.
30 March, 2016
The Bench Marks Foundation (BMF) has accused an Australian mining company’s chief executive officer of inciting violence in an area where an anti-mining activist was murdered.
30 March, 2016
Eastern Cape titanium deal marked with death since Oz firm sought rights – activist was shot eight times by thugs masquerading as cops. The Hawks will investigate a case of murder opened by Eastern Cape police following the death of an anti-mining activist.
30 March, 2016
The Department of Health says that 10 percent of the 360 000 people newly infected with TB in the country annually are children.
30 March, 2016
Health practitioners in KwaZulu-Natal have raised concerns about the growing number of new HIV/AIDS patients defaulting on antiretroviral treatment.
23 March, 2016
The African Union Commission on Human and People’s Rights Commissioner and Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Expression and Access to Information in Africa, Advocate Pansy Tlakula, visited Swaziland earlier this month to host a promotional mission on human rights and people rights.
23 March, 2016
According to Lahja Nashuuta, ever since the World Bank elevated Namibia to the upper middle income country status, majority of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) in the country have been struggling to remain afloat as donor funds dry up.
23 March, 2016
The Lesotho Council of NGOs (LCN) says the number of women in leadership has decreased, even though more women than men are literate and employed.
23 March, 2016
The future of Zimbabwe's mainstream civic groups involved in political and human rights advocacy looks uncertain amid indications their traditional sponsors are not keen on renewing their contracts.

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