Newsflashes

16 February, 2015
Anti-nuclear activists unfurl a banner at the 2nd Nuclear Industry Congress Africa 2015 in Sea Point which read ‘nuclear investments cost the Earth’
16 February, 2015
Electronic communication from parliament was cut for several hours ahead of the SONA
16 February, 2015
South Africa’s cases of rheumatic heart disease are 25 times the WHO rate
16 February, 2015
Activism is central for a democratic country like South Africa as it encourages accountability and engagement to ordinary people, says SECTION27
12 February, 2015
South African workers no longer trust trade unions, according to a new SAIRR report  
12 February, 2015
South Africa does not have the necessary spectrum to cater for the country's growing appetite for mobile data, warns experts
12 February, 2015
Ses'Khona People's Rights movement to take to the streets of Cape Town once again to highlight the lack of proper sanitation in poor communities
12 February, 2015
ConCourt to hear an application by a NGO seeking to determine whether Parliament has failed in its constitutional obligation to get political parties to disclose the source of their private funding
12 February, 2015
A court battle is set to rage over newly expanded powers that Muthambi has gained over the SABC board
12 February, 2015
Premier Makhura refutes a newspaper report quoting him saying e-toll bills must be paid in adherence to the government's decision
12 February, 2015
OUTA disappointed at the consultative meeting being held by the Gauteng Provincial Government on e-tolls
12 February, 2015
About 31.4 percent of secondary school children surveyed in Gauteng have encountered people who tried to get them to talk online about sex against their will, study reveals 
10 February, 2015
A growing numbers of girls are running away from home to escape genital mutilation carried out during mass initiations in Tanzania
10 February, 2015
Amnesty urges Mugabe to take concrete steps to effectively address human rights violations on the African continent
10 February, 2015
The government is not fast-tracking investments in renewable energy, but is instead pushing forward with unsustainable, unaffordable plans for nuclear expansion, argues Greenpeace Africa