Newsflashes

19 November, 2013
One-third of Africans in 34 countries have been forced to pay bribes, including for medical treatment - Afrobarometer
19 November, 2013
SAITF announces its plans to take City of Johannesburg to court over removal of traders in the CBD
19 November, 2013
One Voice Hawkers organisation demands the return of former Johannesburg mayor, Amos Masondo
18 November, 2013
SANEF urges President Zuma not to sign the Protection of State Information Bill in its current form
18 November, 2013
CSOs urge government to prosecute suspects involved in the cash gate scam
12 November, 2013
Zambia’s NPPR signs an agreement with China Foundation for Peace and Development to sponsor about 600 youths in various skills training
12 November, 2013
NANGO admits that the West's illegal economic sanctions on Zimbabwe have deeply affected its operations and is willing to partner Government in fighting the embargo
12 November, 2013
Western Cape communities to benefit from a new R3-million broadband project
11 November, 2013
Eskom has publicly apologised to Greenpeace, groundWork and Earthlife Africa after it was accused of spying on them
11 November, 2013
Hundreds of African teenagers are still being led abroad by false agents promising soccer riches only to be abandoned on the streets of European countries, says the CFS
11 November, 2013
South African cities are engaged in the process of rolling out public Wi-Fi hotpots in an effort to make high speed mobile data freely available
11 November, 2013
SECTION27 says that despite government's national school feeding scheme, pupils at Tshinavhe Secondary School have been left hungry
11 November, 2013
National Anti-Corruption Forum urges SASSA to be vigilant as the 2014 elections draw closer
11 November, 2013
The Centre for Development and Enterprise says that government's three major economic policies are incoherent