Newsflashes

21 April, 2016
There are just too many tobacco farmers; too few other opportunities in Malawi, and too little demand for tobacco globally, and now things are set to get considerably worse.  
21 April, 2016
The Zimbabwe Diabetic Association (ZDA) has offered free diabetes testing to over 400 people in Mashonaland East to commemorate the World Health Day.   The World Health Day is commemorated on 7 April annually.  
21 April, 2016
The international community must act swiftly and decisively on the Malawi Government's ‘declaration of emergency’ where people are facing worsening hunger because of El Nino-related drought and country-wide crop failures.  
21 April, 2016
In recent years, according to the Erasmus University Rotterdam’s Ben Radley, Western advocacy groups have achieved unprecedented success in mobilising Europeans and North Americans behind a ‘conflict minerals’ campaign to help end the conflict in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).
21 April, 2016
The Nelson Mandela Foundation (NMF) says that former first lady Winnie Madikizela-Mandela is recovering after undergoing back surgery.  
21 April, 2016
South African municipalities will increase electricity prices by an average of 7.64 percent from 1 July 2016.   The National Energy Regulator of South Africa (NERSA) said it had approved the price hike for the guideline municipal tariffs.  
21 April, 2016
Former president Thabo Mbeki’s letters aiming to tackle ‘historical distortions and falsehoods’ during his time in office generated 8.5 million hits across the Thabo Mbeki Foundation’s social media platforms‚ says its chief executive officer, Max Boqwana.  
21 April, 2016
The New Development Bank (NDB), known as the BRICS Bank, says that Eskom will receive R2.6 billion in assistance for renewable energy projects, part of a package of R11.85 billion in green energy loans it approved this month.  
21 April, 2016
Organisation Uniting Against Tax Abuse (OUTA) says it has enough money to assist its members sued for outstanding e-tolls.  
13 April, 2016
Mining magnate, Patrice Motsepe, has announced his family foundation is activating a pledge to donate R117 5 million over 10 years to promote soccer‚ netball and the arts at schools.
13 April, 2016
Civil society group, the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA), is standing by its report that the cost of upgrading Gauteng freeways was grossly overpriced at R17 billion.
13 April, 2016
The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) says that letters of final demand have been sent to Gauteng motorists who have boycotted paying their e-toll fees. The anti-toll body says it was informed that road agency SANRAL has started serving people with letters demanding payment.
13 April, 2016
The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) says that letters of final demand have been sent to Gauteng motorists who have boycotted paying their e-toll fees. The anti-toll body says it was informed that road agency SANRAL has started serving people with letters demanding payment.
13 April, 2016
More African National Congress (ANC) bigwigs and former luminaries of the ruling party have joined the growing chorus of people calling for President Jacob Zuma to resign.
13 April, 2016
Amnesty International, a non-governmental organisation campaigning for a world where human rights are enjoyed by all, says the number of people who have been put on death penalty has increased.

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