Newsflashes

12 August, 2008
IOL, 8 August 2008. Computer security researchers have warned that online social networking websites are playgrounds for hackers who can easily take advantage of people's trust.
12 August, 2008
All Africa, 8 August 2008. The Red Cross Society of Zimbabwe has issued an urgent appeal for funding amounting to US$26,8 million for food aid to orphans and other vulnerable children and home-based care projects in the country.
12 August, 2008
The Citizen, 7 August 2008. The Helen Suzman Foundation says that the disbanding of the Scorpions is aimed at shielding influential African National Congress (ANC) members from prosecution.
12 August, 2008
IOL, 7 August 2008. The World Health Organisation (WHO) has released a one-stop guidebook to help low- and middle-income countries seeking to battle the pandemic.
12 August, 2008
 All Africa, 6 August 2008.  The Free State Department of Health has adopted a new strategy to strengthen nonprofit organisations which render primary health care services to the community.
11 August, 2008
All Africa, 11 August 2008.  A debate on the role of NGOs has raged in Arusha again when a senior regional government official claimed that some of them operated illegally.
5 August, 2008
Inquirer, 5 August 2008. A Facebook-like service for NGOs has showed local organisations how social networks can be used as effective means to raise funds and attract potential donors worldwide.
5 August, 2008
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5 August, 2008
Sowetan, 5 August 2008. The Legal Resources Centre (LRC) has pledged to help the partially blind April Rampeiwa who has lost his job and is now about to be kicked out of his home because he cannot see.
5 August, 2008
Irish Times, 5 August 2008. 23 Irish and eight international NGO are to receive funding of close to €10 million to enable them to continue running 41 projects in 31 developing countries in Africa, Asia and Central Asia and South America.
5 August, 2008
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4 August, 2008
IOL, 4 August 2008. The United Nations’ (UN) top expert on the effects of toxic waste dumping on human rights has travelled to the Ivory Coast to probe the impact of that country's 2006 waste scandal.
4 August, 2008
All Africa, 4 August 2008.  The Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has appealed for improved security in North Darfur before it returns to that area.
4 August, 2008
SABC News, 4 August 2008. According to the Solidarity Peace Trust, the torture and murder of Zimbabweans opposed to the regime of President Robert Mugabe is jeopardising security in the Southern African region.

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