Newsflashes

5 September, 2014
Gauteng road users do not need discounts and tariff reductions on e-toll fees because they never asked for tolls, states Road Safety Campaign
3 September, 2014
Zimbabwe crafts cyber laws to regulate activities on social media and to tackle cybercrimes
3 September, 2014
Malawi was the first country to adopt a policy of putting all HIV positive pregnant and breast feeding women on ARVs, states Mutharika
29 August, 2014
Zambia lifts a 20-month ban on safari hunting because it has lost too much revenue
29 August, 2014
Botswana's High Court orders government to provide treatment to HIV-positive foreign prisoners
29 August, 2014
Development works, in the framework of the integrated programme to fighting hunger and poverty are in a good path, says Pereira
29 August, 2014
SALC expresses concern that secretary general of TUCOSWA was prevented from speaking at a gathering
28 August, 2014
A director of a nonprofit chefs’ school is declared ‘undesirable’ by the Department of Home Affairs after overstaying his visa by 25 days
28 August, 2014
The NLB hands over cheques worth millions of rands to charity organisations across South Africa
28 August, 2014
COSATU warns that the controversial Gauteng e-tolling system will perpetuate exclusion in society
28 August, 2014
The Western Cape provincial government intends to offer universal access to the internet to all its residents as it drives public access Wi-Fi
28 August, 2014
Pupils at a rural school in Limpopo still do not have textbooks
28 August, 2014
South Africa mulls ways to improve access to food and ensure good nutrition
27 August, 2014
It seems incongruous that South Africans celebrate Women's Month, yet stories of conflict and GBV flood today's headlines, writes Chipatiso
27 August, 2014
The UN condemns the abuse of young albinos in government care centres in Tanzania