Newsflashes

26 January, 2015
The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) says they are hopeful that attacks on foreign nationals that took place in Soweto are coming to an end.
26 January, 2015
Earthlife Africa Johannesburg says Eskom is infringing on the rights of South Africans to access electricity by threatening load-shedding and possible blackouts in the near future.
23 January, 2015
The Helen Suzman Foundation welcomes the Pretoria high court ruling that the police cannot unilaterally suspend Hawks boss Anwa Dramat.
21 January, 2015
The United Nations states that Zimbabwe's unemployment rate is 5.42 percent. Unemployment rates in Zimbabwe are often reported to be between 80 and 90 percent, but these rates did not take into account the vast numbers of people in informal employment.
21 January, 2015
The British government has activated the Start Funds amounting to MK244 million (£350 000) to help ‘people affected by the Malawi floods to access food, shelter, water and sanitation services’.
21 January, 2015
Swaziland’s minister of education and training, Phineas Magagula, announces that the opening of all public and private schools would be delayed by a week.
20 January, 2015
Doctors without Borders (MSF) in Malawi say the south of the country has been hit hardest by the recent floods that displaced hundreds of thousands of people.  
19 January, 2015
Oxfam says wealth accumulated by the richest one percent will exceed that of the other 99 percent in 2016.  
19 January, 2015
Advocacy group, Public Transport Voice is calling on the minister of transport to intervene and help solve problems faced by The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) and Metrorail commuters across the country.  
19 January, 2015
Justice Project South Africa (JPSA) says the Gauteng e-toll review panel's report fails to include some of the alternative recommendations they raised.  
19 January, 2015
President of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) Council of Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) monitoring Zambia’s election, Lewis Mwape, says his organisation has noted with concern increasing levels of hate speech among several political leaders.
19 January, 2015
The Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) has expressed concern that some non-governmental organisations (NGOs) in Zambia are getting involved in partisan politics and active campaigns for political candidates.
16 January, 2015
Nobel laureate, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, says almost one billion more people will face a life of extreme poverty unless world leaders make progress on poverty and climate change at two crucial summits this year.
16 January, 2015
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa will participate in the launch of the Gauteng paperless education system at seven schools in Tembisa on Gauteng's East Rand on Wednesday, 14 January 2015.
16 January, 2015
Talks are under way in government to possibly extend child grants for needy children from 18 years of age to 23.

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