Newsflashes

8 December, 2014
Many processed foods on shop shelves have already hit the salt-reduction targets set for 2016, according to the Department of Health
5 December, 2014
SABC hands over archival footage of Mandela’s life and funeral coverage to the NMF
5 December, 2014
Exhibition of former president Nelson Mandela’s life opens almost a year after the icon’s death
2 December, 2014
Several international CSOs state that the private sector involvement in education in Africa creates inequalities among pupils
2 December, 2014
South African Sign Language will be introduced as a subject to pupils from 2015
2 December, 2014
Wilderness Foundation has announced the  that nature conservationist, Ian Player has died
2 December, 2014
TAC boycotts officiall World AIDS Day proceedings for the second consecutive year
2 December, 2014
TAC marches to official World AIDS Day event to draw attention to the real challenges faced by PWAs
2 December, 2014
Most predominant form of GBV experienced by women and perpetrated by men occurs within intimate partnerships
2 December, 2014
Namibia's ruling party looks set for a sixth straight election victory
2 December, 2014
LEGABIBO advocacy group says it will re-apply to register as an organisation
2 December, 2014
A NGO warns that while ARVs are prolonging lives, the side-effects may slow down some patients’ academic development
1 December, 2014
UNAIDS report says that by taking the Fast-Track approach, nearly 28 million new HIV infections and 21 million AIDS-related deaths would be averted by 2030
1 December, 2014
SANAC says that although 65 percent of South Africans reportedly have been tested for HIV at least once, annual testing figures are much lower
1 December, 2014
One third of human trafficking victims are children, and their share has been rising, according to UNDOC