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4 February, 2008
Sowetan, 4 February 2008. Convicted Ithuteng Trust Director, Jackie Maarohanye, is suing the Sowetan newspaper for more than R3-million for defamation.
4 February, 2008
IFEX Communiqué, 5 February 2008.
3 February, 2008
Mathaba, 4 February 2008. Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF), an international aid group, has pulled its international workers out of Somalia after what appears to be the targeted killings of a number of its staff.
29 January, 2008
IPS News, 30 January 2008. 
29 January, 2008
Business Day, 29 January 2008. A study titled ‘Giving and Solidarity’ conducted by the Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC), has found that poorer South Africans are more generous and giving than their wealthier counterparts.
29 January, 2008
Business Day, 30 January 2008. 
29 January, 2008
MyPressportal, 30 January 2008.  CSI Solutions, a South African Corporate Social Investment (CSI) consultancy, has published a practical ‘how-to’ guide on investing CSI funds effectively.
29 January, 2008
Business Day, 30 January 2008.
29 January, 2008
The Press Association, 30 January 2008. Women's groups have criticised former boxing world champion Mike Tyson's arrival in South Africa, as he plans a reunion with Winnie Mandela.
29 January, 2008
SW Radio, 30 January 2008.  The Zimbabwe Revolutionary Youth Movement (ZRYM), a South African-based youth group, has added its voice to the list of organisations campaigning for Zimbabweans in the Diaspora to be allowed to vote in the March elections.
29 January, 2008
News24, 30 January 2008.  According to monitoring group SOVA, Russia experienced a surge in racist violence in 2007, with 67 people killed in racial motivated attacks compared with 61 the previous year.
29 January, 2008
BuaNews, 30 January 2008. 
29 January, 2008
Mail and Guardian, 30 January 2008.  According to the Southern Africa Trust (SAT), the Southern African region is at risk of not meeting the Millennium Development Goal (MDG) on poverty eradication, as power outages become a daily occurrence.
29 January, 2008
Telegraph.co.uk, 30 January 2008. A New Zealand anti-apartheid activist, John Minto, has rejected one of South Africa’s highest awards in protest against the poverty in the country.
29 January, 2008
AllAfrica.com, 30 January 2008.  World leaders issued a joint statement at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos vowing to make 2008 a turning point in the fight against poverty.

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