Newsflashes

16 September, 2014
Global Witness co-founder advocates for financial transparency in an attempt to re-write rules to change the way companies do business
16 September, 2014
Phiri calls on the Kalondolondo Social audit programme to start assessing projects implemented by NGOs in Malawi
15 September, 2014
The Western Cape launches a programme that challenges the idea of matriculants spending a gap year abroad
15 September, 2014
A group of Gauteng-based activists will soon be operating in Mbombela, Mpumalanga
15 September, 2014
Molteno Institute for Language and Literacy receives UNESCO’s Confucius Prize for Literacy
15 September, 2014
Partners for Possibility, a NGO pairing business people and school principals to improve school management and teaching, wins an international award
15 September, 2014
Scores of small-scale farmers are at risk of losing their farms in KwaZulu-Natal
15 September, 2014
SADC hosts the second SADC Troika summit to resolve the political crisis in Lesotho
15 September, 2014
Dr Dlamini-Zuma, urges NEPAD HSGOC to modernise farming as a means of attracting young women and men into the agricultural sector
10 September, 2014
OUTA believes the questionable execution of e-tolling in Gauteng had paved its road to failure
8 September, 2014
One of the shared commitments outlined by the United Sates and African governments is to increase investment in the next generation; investment in Africa’s youth, writes Dlamini
8 September, 2014
The Gender Link’s Western Cape GBV Indicators Study provides the first comprehensive baseline data on violence against women in the province
8 September, 2014
Highway Africa director is pleased that the conference is showing signs of growth since it started 18 years ago
8 September, 2014
Around 120 million girls around the world, close to one in 10, have been raped or sexually assaulted by the time they turn 20 – UN report
8 September, 2014
Report finds that large gas finds in Mozambique and Tanzania would make the world ‘take note of Africa