Newsflashes

22 September, 2014
Gift of the Givers aid workers chased away from the scene of a collapsed building in Nigeria
19 September, 2014
Activists concerned about climate change deliver a petition on ‘climate justice demands’ in Pretoria
19 September, 2014
Several NGOs have expressed their concern at the threats and personal attacks directed at Judge Thokozile Masipa
19 September, 2014
The world was ‘losing the battle’ to contain Ebola, says MSF
19 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, according to the UN
19 September, 2014
Google denies several requests from the South African government to obtain user data as well as requests to remove content
17 September, 2014
One thing Chivi villagers in Zimbabwe’s Masvingo province would want to quickly forget is the ravaging drought that ate away their livestock in 2012, writes Matenga
17 September, 2014
The Zimbabwean government commends NGOs and CBOs for becoming key partners in protecting and conserving the environment
17 September, 2014
The World Bank announces that it will allocate US$5 billion in aid to Africa to help the continent optimise its potential for electricity production
17 September, 2014
In cold statistics, the number of rhinos poached a day in South Africa has now reached three with 769 of these Big Five animals killed to date this year, explains Helfrich
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