Newsflashes

7 November, 2014
Botswana’s Department of Mines under the Ministry of Minerals, Energy and Water Resources donates toiletries to a centre in Maun
7 November, 2014
Zimbabwe takes the EU to task over its piecemeal removal of illegal sanctions imposed on it
6 November, 2014
SANRAL argues that failure to repay the multi-billion-rand debt used for the e-tolling system will affect future investments
6 November, 2014
Ses’ khona, a NGO, will be marching on the party’s provincial headquarters in the Cape Town central business district
6 November, 2014
Tutu says the HIV/AIDS epidemic in South Africa is not over and people need to recommit themselves to eradicating the virus
6 November, 2014
The Department of Communications says through the use of social media government is able to interact with citizens even in the deep rural areas
6 November, 2014
Ses'khona People's Rights Movement chairperson, Andile Lili, is reportedly in a critical condition after being shot four times
4 November, 2014
AWF calls on the world to totally ban sport hunting of Africa’s lions
4 November, 2014
MISA partners with LUVATSI to launch its study on youth usage of social media
4 November, 2014
Lambda protests publicly against the illegal refusal to register it as a bona fide association
4 November, 2014
Court rules that government violated the rights of three HIV-positive women when it had them sterilised without their consent
4 November, 2014
African NGOs received just four percent of Bill Gates’ money for agriculture work, with 75 percent for United States organisations
4 November, 2014
Churches and NGO express sadness over the passing of Zambia’s President, Michael Sata
4 November, 2014
The ISS says that reports that Meyiwa's family appointed private investigators to help solve his murder put pressure on police to do their best
4 November, 2014
The Helen Suzman Foundation wants to know exactly how appointments to the Bench are decided in the judiciary