Newsflashes

29 April, 2014
SANGOCO says that civil society organisations are capable of deciding on a clear path on how it forges partnership and unity
29 April, 2014
Government is increasingly appreciative of the role that civil society organisations (CSOs) play in South Africa, says Nel
29 April, 2014
SANGONeT’s Makgatho urges civil society organisations to claim back its power
29 April, 2014
There will be no government without civil society in South Africa, argues Sekoba
22 April, 2014
Net1 UEPS Technologies faces the wrath of SASSA over unlawful charges for airtime and loans that the service provider has been deducting from the monthly payout to beneficiaries
22 April, 2014
Buhle Academy, a NGO, conduct farming courses for young farmers in Delmas
22 April, 2014
A NGO takes a proactive and long-term view on tackling key property-related challenges in the City of Polokwane
22 April, 2014
A number of NGOs point out that children's rights to education and healthcare are not considered an election issue by parties
22 April, 2014
Women are still not being considered as news makers in most countries in the SADC region, argues MISA
22 April, 2014
China's assistance to Tanzania heads to a new era that will centre on the people to- people activities that provides direct aid to the vulnerable groups through NGOs
22 April, 2014
Southern Africa Resource Watch is urging the Zambian government to keep an eye on Konkola Copper Mines and act decisively to protect Zambians' interests in the mine
22 April, 2014
Mwakarawo blames lack of progress by numerous NGOs in combating the HIV/AIDS pandemic in the district on the stubbornness of communities to change
22 April, 2014
South Africa is potentially a large market for home high-speed broadband but a number of factors have held up its implementation
14 April, 2014
Faster action is needed to keep global warming to agreed limits and delays until 2030 could force reliance on technologies to extract greenhouse gases from the air, argues IPCC
14 April, 2014
Greenpeace asks SA to put pressure on African port cities not to accept a cargo ship from Iceland carrying 2 000 tons of endangered fin whale meat