Newsflashes

10 June, 2014
Platinum mines can afford to pay workers more, says a new report
10 June, 2014
Zambia reiterates its position not to recognise gay rights, saying that ‘gaysm’ runs counter to the country’s culture and is an affront to the Constitution
4 June, 2014
CIVICUS warns that global institutions face losing their point if they continue to ignore people's issues
4 June, 2014
Hatred against homosexuals is not only an African problem, according to a constitutional law expert
4 June, 2014
CASAC says it seems that President Zuma did not heed the Constitutional Court's direction when he appointed Nxasana
3 June, 2014
The NYDA launches the Youth Month Programme in Soweto, South of Johannesburg
3 June, 2014
Zimbabwe’s CSOs are reeling from the global financial crisis as donor aid slows down
3 June, 2014
PTUZ requests meeting with President Robert Mugabe to register displeasure with current education minister
3 June, 2014
The 67th WHA hears that Mexico and South Africa want to start producing their own vaccines to boost their immunisation programmes
3 June, 2014
Itireleng Clinic in Soweto dubbed a ‘death trap’, after allegedly causing the death of three babies among others
3 June, 2014
The Gauteng Department of Social Development vows to intensify the fight against the abuse of children
3 June, 2014
Food Bank Angola holds a foodstuffs raising campaign to contribute to the fight against hunger
3 June, 2014
UNAIDS calls on pregnant women to adhere to voluntary testing of HIV/AIDS in order to reduce the epidemic by 90 percent
29 May, 2014
There are still schools that administer corporal punishment despite it being illegal, says SAHRC chair
29 May, 2014
The Nelson Mandela Foundation pays tribute to Maya Angelou