Newsflashes

11 July, 2014
Over 100 community healthcare members arrested by police in Bloemfontein
11 July, 2014
OUTA says the courts must still rule on the legality of e-tolling
7 July, 2014
Advocacy groups believe that greater regional cooperation will be needed to eliminate malaria
7 July, 2014
Traditional leaders call for collective efforts in the fight against corruption and GBV
7 July, 2014
Malawi government blames mechanisms utilised to dispatch messages of HIV/AIDS as a contribution to the virus transmission
4 July, 2014
The IIP to confer an Honorary Doctorate Degree in Human Letters to Zimbabwe's Mtukudzi
4 July, 2014
The UN calls on member states to abolish the death penalty, arguing that it has no place in the 21st Century
4 July, 2014
Museveni urge Africans to avoid what he calls ‘sinful Western aid’
4 July, 2014
The TAC calls for the suspension of the Free State's health MEC and for a full disclosure of the province's health finances
4 July, 2014
Telkom payphones review their public phones and introduce the Wi-Fi hot spots at a radius of 10 metres
4 July, 2014
The ISS says SANDU’s decision to take the SANDF to court is controversial but logical
4 July, 2014
Johannesburg is the worst in terms of the urban sprawl and the disjuncture between policy intentions and how RDP houses are constructed, says Stats SA
4 July, 2014
Mahumapelo’s pledge to allocate all state-owned farms in the province to community and youth cooperatives has been greeted favourably
4 July, 2014
Lesotho Chapter of Women and Law conducts study to determine whether HIV-positive women are being sterilised without their consent in public hospitals
4 July, 2014
DENOSA claims that the North West police fired rubber bullets and live ammunition on protesting students