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24 July, 2007
All Africa, 24 July 2007. The European Commission (EC) has given US$ 6,686,930 million to eight NGOs for projects in Northern Uganda.
24 July, 2007
SANE News, Vol 18. 24 July 2007.  Against concerted resistance from the African National Congress (ANC), Archbishop Desmond Tutu has urged the government to implement a basic income grant (BIG) to relieve the plight of the poor and the unemployed.
24 July, 2007
Business Day, 24 July 2007.  The South African National Editor’s Forum (SANEF) has sternly criticised the South African government for what it says is an attempt to introduce a draconian apartheid-era bill that aims to limit press freedom.
24 July, 2007
AllAfrica, 24 July 2007. 
24 July, 2007
Zim Daily, 24 July 2007. The Zimbabwean Central Intelligence Organisation has ordered the closure of an NGO, Young Africa (YA), following allegations that the organisation might be used by western nations to overthrow President Robert Mugabe.  
23 July, 2007
Mail & Guardian, 23 July 2007. According to the World Bank, the biggest challenge in the global fight against HIV/AIDS is no longer money for drug research and treatment, but the lack of local health services in countries worst-hit by the disease.
23 July, 2007
allAfrica, 23 July 2007. The government has made a fresh commitment to revitalise telecoms infrastructure and boost the pool of hi-tech skills in recognition that technology plays a crucial role in eradicating poverty.
23 July, 2007
allAfrica, 23 July 2007. The Gift of the Givers Foundation, an international NGO that helps destitute families across the world, has donated blankets and food parcels to approximately 1000 Limpopo pensioners who care for their orphaned grandchildren.
20 July, 2007
SANGONeT, 20 July 2007. The South African Institute for Advancement (Inyathelo) is currently conducting research which assesses the contribution that individual South Africans make to civil society organisations.
19 July, 2007
PharmaLive, 19 July 2007. The International Treatment Preparedness Coalition (ITPC) has released a new report titled 'Missing the Target' on AIDS treatment access.
16 July, 2007
TZUK.NET, 16 July 2007. A gender-oriented coalition of more that 20 Tanzanian civil society organisations have called for the  resignation of Bank of Tanzania’s Governor, Daudi Ballali, following allegation of misuse of funds.

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