Newsflashes

18 March, 2014
ZSCD has charged that government is wasting time by once again extending the registration for non-governmental organisations in Zambia
18 March, 2014
The World Justice Project ranks Botswana number one in Africa and 25th out of 99 countries surveyed around the world in terms of the rule of law
17 March, 2014
Zimbabwe police arrest and charge a gay activist and questioned another for holding an illegal meeting
17 March, 2014
Former US vice president gives an overview of how humans are driving climate change
17 March, 2014
DBSA and European Union to South Africa have launched the Infrastructure Investment Programme for South Africa
17 March, 2014
ECD centres are facing many problems, according to the Department of Social Development
17 March, 2014
While KwaZulu-Natal remains the focal point of the HIV epidemic in SA, progress is being made on early diagnosis, intervention and treatment, says MSF
17 March, 2014
The South African Human Rights Commission says that government is not protecting water as a basic human right
17 March, 2014
A leak at the Bosveld Phosphates's plant in Phalaborwa, adjacent to the Kruger National Park in Limpopo, has spilled polluted water into rivers that run into the reserve
10 March, 2014
ACBF calls on governments to invest in indigenous human capital and institutions on the continent
10 March, 2014
The Zambian Ministry of Community Development Mother and Child Health waits for correspondence from the Ministry of Justice on the implementation of the Non-Governmental Organisation Act
10 March, 2014
CIP, an anti-corruption NGO, calls on Mozambique’s attorney-general to order a forensic audit into the publicly owned electricity company
10 March, 2014
Thyolo Active Youth Organisation donates a bore hole to Nachipere Primary School that has stayed over a year and half without portable water
10 March, 2014
Human Rights Watch urges Malawi to increase efforts to end widespread child and forced marriage
10 March, 2014
SADC states that it will continue to work towards ensuring that the region continues to enjoy peace and stability