Newsflashes

19 May, 2015
Human Settlements Minister, Lindiwe Sisulu, has reiterated that government is building RDP houses for South African citizens and not just for foreign nationals.
19 May, 2015
Africa, widely believed to rely on aid and donations from the developed world, is leading the fight against hunger and poverty on the continent.
19 May, 2015
Former First Lady of South Africa and Mozambique has added her voice to a growing campaign to block staff in United Nations (UN) peacekeeping missions from hiding behind immunity when accused of crimes and sexual abuse.
19 May, 2015
Poor childhood nutrition costs Malawi's economy nearly US$600 million, 10 percent of its gross domestic products, annually because of increased healthcare expenses and low workforce productivity.
13 May, 2015
Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) says that South African government’s treatment of foreign nationals through Operation Fiela, while publicly denouncing xenophobia, is a ‘festering contradiction’.
11 May, 2015
A new study published by Lancet has concluded that over the next 15 years, just by using existing tools and proven methods, the world could save 3.3 million moms from succumbing to pregnancy and childbirth complications.
11 May, 2015
The Tanzanian government has threatened to ban all religious institutions and non-governmental organisations (NGOs) whose leaders are found ‘meddling in politics’.
11 May, 2015
The Zambian government says it will not distribute condoms in schools until sufficient evidence is provided to prove that it can reduce teenage pregnancies.
11 May, 2015
Officials from the Botswana corruption watchdog have raided the offices of the Botswana Gazette and arrested its manager, editor, journalist and lawyer in what appears to be a continuing effort by Botswana government to clamp down on the private press.
11 May, 2015
The South African Congress of Nonprofit Organisations (SACONO) has convened an anti-xenophobia imbizo in Orlando, Johannesburg, to assess modalities of re-integrating foreigners who were recently attacked by locals for allegedly grabbing most jobs and venturing into lucrative businesses targeted
11 May, 2015
Gauteng premier, David Makhura, says the money collected from e-tolls is essential in upgrading Johannesburg’s transport infrastructure.
11 May, 2015
A delegation of the South African National Editors’ Forum (SANEF) leaders is set to meet with the National Commissioner of Police‚ General Riah Phiyega.
11 May, 2015
The South African Prisoners Organisation of Human Rights (SAPOHR) says giving inmates conjugal rights can help reduce the risks of physical and psychological violence among them.
11 May, 2015
The South African National Editors' Forum (SANEF) has advised journalists to institute legal action against police officers who continue to harass them.
7 May, 2015
During the Ministry of Health’s Sexual Reproductive Health training in collaboration with Super Buddies, health workers agreed to give condoms, contraceptives and other services to young people without any intimidation.

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