Newsflashes

30 January, 2015
SAIRR believes economic inequality as the driving force behind recent violence’s in Soweto
27 January, 2015
The inequality gap is not decreasing but becoming more pronounced, according to Jay Naidoo, chairperson of GAIN
27 January, 2015
SADC Council of Non-Governmental Organisations has described Zambia’s Presidential election as credible
27 January, 2015
The UNHCR in South Africa says it is concerned about the recent spate of violence and looting in Soweto that mainly affects foreigners and asylum seekers
26 January, 2015
In a xenophobic atmosphere ripe for political exploitation, only a few stand to lose as much as foreign nationals, argues De Wet
26 January, 2015
SAHRC is hopeful that attacks on foreign nationals that took place in Soweto are coming to an end
26 January, 2015
Eskom infringes on the rights of South Africans to access electricity by threatening load-shedding and possible blackouts in the near future, says Lekalakala
23 January, 2015
Helen Suzman Foundation welcomes the Pretoria high court ruling
21 January, 2015
UN says Zimbabwe's unemployment rate is 5.42 percent
21 January, 2015
British government activates Start Funds to help ‘people affected by the Malawi floods
21 January, 2015
Swaziland’s minister of education and training announces that the opening of all public and private schools would be delayed by a week
20 January, 2015
MSF in Malawi say the south of the country has been hit hardest by the recent floods that displaced hundreds of thousands of people
19 January, 2015
Wealth accumulated by the richest one percent will exceed that of the other 99 percent in 2016, says Oxfam
19 January, 2015
JPSA says the Gauteng e-toll review panel's report fails to include some of the alternative recommendations they raised
19 January, 2015
The increasing levels of hate speech among several political leaders worries SADC Council of NGOs