Newsflashes

19 May, 2014
Malawi’s ruling party discloses plans to establish a Malawi Development Bank with loan access at low interest rates
19 May, 2014
A NGO condemns ‘death threats’ against two of its staff fighting oil exploration in a Democratic Republic of Congo nature park
19 May, 2014
The decline in support for the ANC in Gauteng is due to e-tolls being forced on an unwilling public, despite the ruling party's claims to the contrary, argues OUTA
19 May, 2014
OUTA warns Gauteng e-toll road users to think before being ‘seduced’ by roads agency SANRAL’s latest offer to register for e-tags
19 May, 2014
Law experts describe the decision by the SAPS not to investigate the torture of opposition activists in the run-up to the 2008 elections in Zimbabwe as ‘irrational and unreasonable’
14 May, 2014
IEC acknowledges mistakes during this year’s elections
6 May, 2014
Election observers have praised South Africa’s democracy ahead of the country’s fifth democratic elections on 7 May 2014
6 May, 2014
The IEC says voters are allowed to go to voting stations donning political party-branded regalia
6 May, 2014
Zuma tops a list of the top 20 ‘loudmouths’ in the run-up to the elections, with EFF coming in a close second
6 May, 2014
The IEC expects a 70 percent voter turnout on 7 May 2014 elections
6 May, 2014
It is critical for political parties at this stage of the election season to maximise the number of voters that they get to the polls, says the ISS
6 May, 2014
The MMA says the media has allowed political parties to set the agenda for coverage of the election campaign and neglected issues affecting ordinary citizens
5 May, 2014
Teachers recommend major stimulus in regard to entrepreneurial activities to create more jobs for young people
5 May, 2014
SANEF calls for the Information Bill to be sent to the Constitutional Court for ratification before it is signed into law
5 May, 2014
The FW De Klerk Foundation expresses concern about possible threats to media freedom in South Africa