Newsflashes

23 June, 2016
Right2Know (R2K) has handed over a memorandum to the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) asking for the public broadcaster to end its self-censorship.
23 June, 2016
Asylum seekers The Citizen spoke to say it seems to be up to your luck if you get asked to go to the ‘deportation room’.
23 June, 2016
In South Africa now, research shows that one in two children will grow up without their fathers, a worrying statistic that can have devastating effects especially on boys and on society.
15 June, 2016
Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa (OSISA) executive director, Siphosami Malunga, says the region would not have been liberated without Zambia’s contribution. Malunga says it is also encouraging that Africa has chosen to embrace democracy as its form of governance.
15 June, 2016
Slightly over six months after the new government came to power, hotel businesses fashioned to host conferences have sounded an alarm of hardship in doing business.
15 June, 2016
The Vision for Alternative Development (VALD), in partnership with PUMA Energy Foundation and Amend, a road safety non-governmental organisation, has launched a child road safety programme at the St. Joseph Anglican School in Accra.
15 June, 2016
The Federation for Disability of Malawi (FEDOMA) has asked the country’s non-governmental organisations (NGOs) to include people with disabilities into their activities in order for them to have their representatives in each and every sector.
15 June, 2016
The New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD) has urged citizens and leaders across Africa to work to ensure that the continent’s development objectives are achieved in the next 10 years or risk slipping back into underdevelopment.
15 June, 2016
Bill Gates is launching his latest scheme to help sub-Saharan Africans living in extreme poverty: he’s giving them chickens.
15 June, 2016
The South African National Editors’ Forum (SANEF) says that murdered journalist and former South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) board member, Hope Zinde fought for media freedom at the national broadcaster.
15 June, 2016
The Umzinto Equality Court has ruled that controversial KwaZulu-Natal realtor, Penny Sparrow, must pay R150 000 to the Oliver and Adelaide Tambo Foundation for her racist comments.
15 June, 2016
The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) has voiced its concerns over recent political killings in the build-up to the 3 August 2016 local government elections.
15 June, 2016
Efforts to save the rhino have mainly fallen inside the terrain of South Africa’s white and wealthy folk‚ but a new campaign is trying to turn that around.
14 June, 2016
South Africa has aligned itself with a United Nations (UN) General Assembly Political Declaration to accelerate global action towards eliminating the spread of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) by 2030.
14 June, 2016
The Institute for Security Studies (ISS) says having regular crime stats will help develop more crime reduction strategies. ISS Researcher, Johan Burger, says releasing crime statistics more regularly with have an impact on crime trends.

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