Newsflashes

2 November, 2015
The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) walked away with three major awards at the inaugural Public ICT Awards held on 25 October 2015 at the GovTech conference, Durban International Conference Centre.
26 October, 2015
Fred Nelson, says that by most counts, 2015 has been a devastating year for Africa’s elephants.   Nelson states that census results have documented large-scale declines from poaching in a number of key countries and protected areas.  
26 October, 2015
The World Health Organisation (WHO) says that eating processed meat can cause bowel cancer in humans while red meat is a likely cause of the disease.  
26 October, 2015
According to a senior official of a regulatory board, millions of dollars sent to various non-governmental organisations in Kenya by donors cannot be accounted for.  
26 October, 2015
Malawi has almost 500 non-governmental organisations - most of which are funded by international donors - but many of these organisations do not work closely with local communities, so when they leave, projects collapse.  
26 October, 2015
According to Anita Powell, pressure is mounting on Angola, a Southern African Development Community member-state, over its human rights record.  
26 October, 2015
A group of Botswana non-governmental organisations (NGOs) have commended the government for declaring that a group of Eritrean soccer players seeking political asylum in the country should go through the normal application process.  
26 October, 2015
The Right2Know (R2K) Campaign has given Parliament until Friday, 30 October 2015, to say why a new spy boss has not been appointed.  
26 October, 2015
The South African government aims to make broadband Internet connectivity available in all corners of the country within the next five years.  
26 October, 2015
The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) weighed in on the university fees protests by saying it is ‘desirous that normality of classes‚ learning and teaching is restored’.  
26 October, 2015
A number of foreign nationals who own businesses in Grahamstown in the Eastern Cape are counting the cost of damage that looting has caused after locals went on the rampage.  
26 October, 2015
Chairperson of South African National Editors Forum's Media Freedom Committee and Editor of Beeld newspaper, Adriaan Basson, says the country has a reason to celebrate Media Freedom Day.  
26 October, 2015
A group of NGOs is taking government to court in a bid to stop South Africa’s nuclear procurement programme because the bid process is flawed.  
19 October, 2015
The United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) says the World Food Day is about raising global awareness on partnerships that are needed to eradicate hunger in the world.  
19 October, 2015
Mosele Legal Services has extended its legal work to non-governmental organisations (NGOs) as part of their corporate social responsibility (CSR).  

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