Newsflashes

2 December, 2008
Social networking platform MXit has put its technology to work to help raise HIV and AIDS awareness on World AIDS Day, 1 December 2008.
2 December, 2008
Mobile Internet use is growing in Nigeria while the number of people going online via personal computers is slowing. This is according to analyst firm Nielsen Online.
2 December, 2008
Nearly 30 environmental, science and conservation groups presented their top policy recommendations to the United States president-elect Barack Obama's transition team this week.
2 December, 2008
Malawian youth NGO, Eye of the Child, has applauded the Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO) for recognising president Bingu wa Mutharika’s achievements in food security.
1 December, 2008
The Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) has warned that its drive to prevent HIV and AIDS has come under threat from a nationwide shortage of free condoms that has hit the country ahead of the festive season.
1 December, 2008
The United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) has warned that disease could break out among thousands of Democratic Republic of Congo refugees pouring across the border into neighbouring Uganda.
1 December, 2008
Political analysts have warned that the African National Congress’ (ANC) “highly ambitious ad expensive” manifesto could come back to haunt the party as some of the promises may prove impossible to realise.
30 November, 2008
The UK has pledged a R750 million support package to help South Africa fight the pandemic. The money will be used to help prevent new HIV infections.
30 November, 2008
The South African Institute for Race Relations (SAIRR) says income inequality has risen in South Africa in the past 10 years.
30 November, 2008
The use of coal for energy production causes at least €360 billion worth of damage to human health and the environment every year according Greenpeace.
26 November, 2008
The Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) has warned that violent rhetoric uttered by certain political leaders could reverse the country’s democratic fortunes gained during the past 15 years.
26 November, 2008
The International Federation of the Red Cross says there are hopes that Zimbabwe's cholera outbreak, which has spilled over into South Africa, may be under control. This is according to the federation’s communications manager, Matthew Cochran.
24 November, 2008
In a move to bring certainty and predictability to electricity pricing, the cabinet has approved the electricity pricing policy.
24 November, 2008
The government has called on South Africans to participate in activities aimed at raising awareness about HIV and AIDS.
24 November, 2008
Acting land claims commissioner Blessing Mphela has admitted that mistakes had been made in setting up partnerships between private sector operators and restitution beneficiaries.

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