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11 December, 2006
SANGONeT, 11 December 2006.  Two environmental NGOs have criticised cabinet for approving a plan to establish a biofuels industry without consulting  any  stakeholders,  other than the private sector.
11 December, 2006
Pambazuka News, 11 December 2006.
8 December, 2006
Business Day, 8 December 2006. Google’s head of European corporate development, Anil Hansjee, has indicated that Google is interested in entering Africa through mobile access rather than through fixed-line access.
7 December, 2006
BuaNews, 6 December 2006.
7 December, 2006
 Socialist WorkerOnline, 7 December 2006. Paul D’Amato, writing for Socialist WorkerOnline, frowns on charitable giving by billionaire philanthropists, claiming they offer charity instead of justice.
7 December, 2006
SW Radio Africa News, 7 December 2006.
7 December, 2006
CHINAdaily, 7 December 2006. According to a joint report by the Charities Aid Foundation and the National Council for Voluntary Organisations, Britons are on average giving more to charity than they were a year ago.
5 December, 2006
SABC News, 4 December 2006.
5 December, 2006
SANGONeT, 5 December 2006. On Thursday, 7 December 2006, the Sonke Gender Justice Network will launch the One Man Can campaign, to coincide with the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) in Geneva.
5 December, 2006
BuaNews, 5 December 2006. Since 2002, the Foundation of Human Rights (FHR) has distributed over R12 million to 89 community organisations supporting survivors of violence against women and children.
5 December, 2006
SANGONeT, 5 December 2006.  The Timbila Poetry Project will host a half-day workshop in Polokwane. The workshop, to be held on 9 December, aims to give writers an opportunity to add their voices to the 16 Days of Activism Campaign.
5 December, 2006
News.Com, 5 December 2006.  According to the United Nations’ (UN) International Telecommunications Union (ITU), computer users who type in the same username and password for multiple sites are at serious risk from identity thieves.
4 December, 2006
TakeBackTheTech, 4 December 2006. The international ‘Take Back the Tech’ campaign is issuing a call to everyone - especially girls and women - to take control of ICTs and consciously use them to change power relations between men and women.
4 December, 2006
JCK Online, 4 December 2006. The movie Blood Diamond, in partnership with Global Witness and Amnesty International, has launched a new website about conflict diamonds.

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