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26 January, 2016
The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) will focus on addressing grievances and will release findings after full investigation of complaints.  
26 January, 2016
After the stop-start disrupted registration of first year students, universities are bracing themselves for heightened protests when students arrive at campuses on Monday, 18 January 2016.  
26 January, 2016
Driving his pick-up truck down a dirt road, farmer Petrus Roux points to scorched fields that should be a sea of green maize, part of South Africa's western grain belt.  
26 January, 2016
The Western Cape Department of Social Development warned parents to be aware of child traffickers using deceptive means to potentially abduct and traffic children.  
26 January, 2016
Student leaders sidelined from the meeting on 14 January 2016 with Higher Education minister, Blade Nzimande, have vowed to continue protesting. #FeesMustFall members in Johannesburg threatened there would be no local elections this year without the guarantee of free education.
18 January, 2016
Non-governmental organisations (NGOs) are critical partners in development because they supplement government’s efforts in filling some gaps, but it is evident that there are some pretenders in this noble sector.
18 January, 2016
The ZANU-PF led government has made a volt-face and extended a begging bowl to non-government organisations (NGOs) to assist in mobilising food aid amid reports that hunger has stalked most parts of the country.
18 January, 2016
Ubiquity Reputation Strategist, Kaveer Beharee, says unemployment remains the biggest risk perceived in South Africa. Beharee's comments come as the country hopes to convince international investors that South Africa remains an attractive investment destination.
18 January, 2016
There is one prediction for 2016 that most aid workers can make with confidence - that the year will usher in rising humanitarian needs.
18 January, 2016
The World Bank has urged Sub-Saharan Africa to prioritise addressing the power sector if it is to alleviate domestic impediments to growth.
18 January, 2016
Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande‚ speaking amidst a resumption of #FeesMustFall protests‚ confirmed that university students who meet the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) means test will not pay upfront payments when registering for the 2016 academic year.
18 January, 2016
As residents from Senekal and Aliwal North in the Free State battle the worst drought in years, a humanitarian organisation has distributed more than 250 000 litres of water to the communities.
18 January, 2016
Justice Project South Africa, a road transport non-governmental organisation, says the festive season's death toll on the country's roads is shocking.
18 January, 2016
Equal Education, a non-governmental organisation, says unless access to school resources improves in the rural areas, learners will continue to underperform.
18 January, 2016
The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) says it plans to fund 405 000 students in 2016 alone. NFSAS executive officer, Msulwana Daca, says they are committed to building “a robust and strong administrative system to give money to the students who are really in need.”

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