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23 March, 2015
Civil society organisations have dismissed a claim by the departments of; - basic education and transport that 71 percent of pupils get state sponsored transport to school.  
23 March, 2015
The Treasure Karoo Action Group (TKAG) says reports that oil and gas multinational Shell is reviewing its plans for fracking outside the Americas could be a ‘Trojan horse’.  
23 March, 2015
The Right2Know Campaign (R2K) says that a control system in the boxes required for television watchers to switch from analogue to digital will force the poor to pay for access to information.  
17 March, 2015
The South African National Editors' Forum (SANEF) has condemned the reported manhandling of a journalist by police outside Parliament. News24 reporter Jan Gerber says he was forced to delete pictures.
17 March, 2015
The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) may launch its own investigation into allegations of workers being forced to apply for a green card to access certain parts of Worcester.
17 March, 2015
The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) says that over half of South Africa's credit-active consumers are over-indebted.
17 March, 2015
South Africa’s readiness for digital migration was put under intense scrutiny, as members of parliament questioned the delays in implementation, the costs involved and the availability of installers nationwide to ensure proper rollout, once the country starts the switch from analogue.
17 March, 2015
South African constitutional law expert, Professor Pierre de Vos, says opposition parties have the right by parliamentary law to ask the president to answer the ‘bring back the money’ question.
17 March, 2015
Hillary Rodham Clinton, a former United States first lady and secretary of state believes the full participation of women and girls is the great unfinished business of the 21st Century.
17 March, 2015
South Africa has slipped five positions to 10th on the latest Inter-Parliamentary Union’s list of Women in Parliament.
17 March, 2015
Zimbabwe expects to pay off decades-old arrears with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) within the next year, despite an IMF forecast that it sees the country's economy weakening further in the 2015.
17 March, 2015
Joel Quirk and André Broome say that the Global Slavery Index is profoundly flawed methodologically, yet it remains widely and often uncritically cited.
17 March, 2015
The African Union (AU) says the empowerment of women is a possible solution to problems women on the continent face, like poverty. AU chairperson, Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, says empowerment starts with involving women in academia to inspire young women.
17 March, 2015
A group of youth activists condemned the Namibian government's intention to approve the lease of 10 000 hectares of fertile land to a Chinese company wanting to grow tobacco for export.
10 March, 2015
South Africa’s Navi Pillay earned a reputation for naming and shaming nations when she was United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights and she chided South Africa for its stances on the Ukraine and Syrian crises.

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