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22 May, 2015
The South African Institute for Race Relations (SAIRR) has asked the Department of Home Affairs to delay implementing the requirement of an unabridged birth certificate to fly with children.
22 May, 2015
The Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) says the shortage of critical medicines at health facilities cannot go unnoticed any longer.
22 May, 2015
South Africa’s deputy president, Cyril Ramaphosa, has announced that the unpopular user-pays e-toll system is here to stay - but fees will be cut in half.
22 May, 2015
The Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance (OUTA) says the only positive e-tolling outcome would be if government scraps the system and comes up with funding through the national fiscus, fuel levy and other mechanisms.
22 May, 2015
Rights group, Amnesty International, says the Zimbabwean government's continuing stranglehold on community radio in the country is stifling media expression.
20 May, 2015
The Ugandan Parliament is due to debate a controversial Bill by government aimed at clipping the influence of non-governmental organisations as the country gears up for the 2016 general elections.
20 May, 2015
Zambia’s Anti Corruption Commission chairperson, Justice Timothy Kabalata, has disclosed that the Board of Commissioners has concluded that there are no valid reasons for Commission director general, Rosewin Wandi, to step down.
20 May, 2015
A women’s co-operative in Malawi shows that people can learn to help themselves with great results.
19 May, 2015
Human rights activists, Lawyers for Human Rights (LHR), has secured a court order in the Johannesburg High Court halting the deportation of those held at Lindela repatriation centre for two weeks.
19 May, 2015
South African humanitarian mission, Gift of the Givers, will continue to supply aid to earthquake victims in Nepal after a second earthquake rocked the country.
19 May, 2015
The African Farmers Association of South Africa (AFASA) says the proposal by Rural Development and Land Reform Minister, Gugile Nkwinti, to limit land ownership by large scale farmers has caught them by surprise.
19 May, 2015
Advocacy group, Freedom Under Law, is preparing to launch a court challenge to the suspensions‚ inquiries and financial settlements of a line of officials at top government departments.
19 May, 2015
The axed president of the student representative council at University of the Witwatersrand, Mcebo Dlamini, is being investigated by the South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) after several complaints were laid with the watchdog.
19 May, 2015
Human Settlements Minister, Lindiwe Sisulu, has reiterated that government is building RDP houses for South African citizens and not just for foreign nationals.
19 May, 2015
Africa, widely believed to rely on aid and donations from the developed world, is leading the fight against hunger and poverty on the continent.

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