Newsflashes

15 January, 2008
The South African, 15 January 2008. An agreement to establish a drug rehabilitation and child care centre in Delft, Cape Town, was signed by Helen Zille and a German non-governmental organisation on Friday.
14 January, 2008
All Africa, 15 January 2007. SOCIAL Action, a Port Harcourt based NGO, has called on the Nigerian government not to sweep under the carpet the recommendations of Ogomudia report on Niger Delta.
14 January, 2008
AllAfrica, 15 January 2008. The UN Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) has launched a multi-million dollar fund for import-dependent poor countries to help adapt their farming industries quickly to cope with galloping global food prices.
14 January, 2008
IOL, 15 January 2008. Paris-based Reporters Without Borders (RSF), says Somalia is the second most dangerous place for journalists after Iraq, noting that eight journalists were killed there in 2007.
14 January, 2008
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13 January, 2008
Reuters, 14 January 2008. Gabon's Interior Minister has suspended 20 NGOs after they criticised the way in which state resources are being spent in the oil-producing central African country.
13 January, 2008
Nation Media, 14 January 2008.  Fifty NGOs have lodged an official complaint against the Electoral Commission of Kenya (ECK) over the disputed December polls.
13 January, 2008
Mail & Guardian, 14 January 2008.  The Gauteng Department of Education, in partnership the Pillar to Post NGO, has launched a pilot project to curb the growing problem of violent crime at certain schools in the province.
13 January, 2008
Business Day, 14 January 2008.  In March, Statistics South Africa will release a major survey, which highlights how wealth and poverty are distributed in the country.
8 January, 2008
OSI, 9 January 2008. The Open Society Institute (OSI) has launched a multimedia website documenting the social and economic toll of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.
8 January, 2008
KBC, 9 January 2008. Four of Kenya’s NGOs are appealing to well wishers to give aid to displaced persons currently seeking asylum in Kisii town.
8 January, 2008
IOL, 9 January 2008. 
7 January, 2008
Business Day, 8 January 2008. Experts say that AfriForum’s legal bid to force the government to declare crime a national crisis is unlikely to succeed.
7 January, 2008
Ethical Corporation, 8 January 2008. In his article on corporate social responsibility (CSR), Mallen Baker, a columnist for Ethical Corporation, predicts seven major CSR trends for the next decade.
6 January, 2008
SANGONeT, 7 January 2007. SANGONeT would like to request your participation in a global survey about how organisations such as yours are using mobile phones in their work.

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