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Newsflashes

15 September, 2014
The Western Cape launches a programme that challenges the idea of matriculants spending a gap year abroad
15 September, 2014
A group of Gauteng-based activists will soon be operating in Mbombela, Mpumalanga
15 September, 2014
Molteno Institute for Language and Literacy receives UNESCO’s Confucius Prize for Literacy
15 September, 2014
Partners for Possibility, a NGO pairing business people and school principals to improve school management and teaching, wins an international award
15 September, 2014
Scores of small-scale farmers are at risk of losing their farms in KwaZulu-Natal
15 September, 2014
SADC hosts the second SADC Troika summit to resolve the political crisis in Lesotho
15 September, 2014
Dr Dlamini-Zuma, urges NEPAD HSGOC to modernise farming as a means of attracting young women and men into the agricultural sector
10 September, 2014
OUTA believes the questionable execution of e-tolling in Gauteng had paved its road to failure
8 September, 2014
One of the shared commitments outlined by the United Sates and African governments is to increase investment in the next generation; investment in Africa’s youth, writes Dlamini
8 September, 2014
The Gender Link’s Western Cape GBV Indicators Study provides the first comprehensive baseline data on violence against women in the province
8 September, 2014
Highway Africa director is pleased that the conference is showing signs of growth since it started 18 years ago
8 September, 2014
Around 120 million girls around the world, close to one in 10, have been raped or sexually assaulted by the time they turn 20 – UN report
8 September, 2014
Report finds that large gas finds in Mozambique and Tanzania would make the world ‘take note of Africa
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