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8 October, 2007
The Sunday Independent, 8 October 2007. In his recent peacekeeping mission to Sudan, Desmond Tutu, a member of The Elders, has urged the world to act quickly and sort out the situation in Darfur.
8 October, 2007
Reuters, 8 October 2007. On Saturday, Gambian authorities arrested two Amnesty International staff members on suspicion of spying for attempting to visit an opposition politician who has been in prison since last year.
8 October, 2007
SA GoodNews, 8 October 2007.
8 October, 2007
All Africa, 8 October 2007. Unconfirmed reports that NGOs in Sierra Leone might be investigated by the Anti-Corruption Commission have sent fears into local NGO staff members.
8 October, 2007
All Africa, 8 October 2007. German Agro Action has temporarily withdrawn its staff in Somalia, following the ongoing clashes between militias and troops from Somalia's self-declared republic of Somaliland and the autonomous region of Puntland.
8 October, 2007
All Africa, 8 October 2007. A Nigerian-based NGO, Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP), has started a nationwide grassroots campaign against corruption in that country.
8 October, 2007
Mail & Guardian, 8 October 2007. 
4 October, 2007
SANGONeT, 4 October 2007.
3 October, 2007
SANGONeT, 3 October 2007.  The Philani Community Development Programme, a CBO based 40 kilometers south of Johannesburg, ended a week-long holiday programme with a heritage celebration on 28 September 2007.
2 October, 2007
All Africa, 2 October 2007. As part of the initiative to build stronger ties with African countries, Taiwan’s NGOs will convene a Taiwan-Africa Progressive Partnership Forum and invite political and business leaders to participate.
2 October, 2007
All Africa, 2 October 2007. A network of Freedom of Information Advocates in Africa has launched a regional Centre in Lagos, Nigeria to galvanise the campaign for the adoption of access to information laws on the continent.
2 October, 2007
BuaNews, 2 October 2007. South African has been placed among the best in the world in terms of housing delivery, for building more than 2,4 million houses since 1994.
2 October, 2007
Business Day, 2 October 2007.  In its bid to utilise cellphone technology to fight against HIV/AIDS, Cell-Life, a Cape Town-based NGO, has developed cellphone technology to help health-care workers to monitor HIV patients.
2 October, 2007
NMF, 2 October 2007. The Nelson Mandela Foundation (NMF) has announced that a 46664 concert will be staged in Johannesburg on World AIDS Day, 1 December 2007.

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