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9 June, 2016
Lilongwe-based non-governmental organisations (NGOs) have teamed up to challenge the policy formulation process which NGO Board of Malawi is undertaking.
9 June, 2016
The National Cancer Survivors Day Foundation has noted that currently there are more than 32 million cancer survivors worldwide and there are nearly 14.5 million people living with cancer in the United States.
9 June, 2016
A leading United Nations (UN) official has urged the international community to work together to tackle the alarming growth of environmental crime.
9 June, 2016
The African Union Commission (AUC) says the natural resources must contribute to shared prosperity of Africans.
9 June, 2016
Worldwide spending on cancer medicines will exceed US$150 billion by 2020, driven by the emergence of expensive new therapies that help the immune system to attack tumours, according to a global oncology report released by IMS Health Holdings.
9 June, 2016
    Doctors' organisations and non-governmental organisations (NGOs) have warned that South Africa could face a mass exodus of doctors if the National Health Insurance (NHI) policy is implemented in its present format.
9 June, 2016
  The African National Congress’ (ANC) hate speech complaint against KwaZulu-Natal estate agent, Penny Sparrow, will be heard in the Equality Court this week, while its cases against a Democratic Alliance (DA) Member of Parliament and councillor are pending.
9 June, 2016
Police seized 36 pension cards and an undisclosed sum of money from a 25-year-old man during a sting operation in Durban.
9 June, 2016
The Western Cape and Gauteng are the only two provinces in South Africa where more than two-thirds of households earn salaries as their main sources of income. In the rest of the country, according to the 2015 General Household Survey, households rely significantly on grants to get by.
9 June, 2016
A Filthy worn-out mattress on beer crates is the only item resembling a bed inside a dilapidated two-room structure shared by 15 members of a family living in Limpopo.
2 June, 2016
When Transport Minister, Dipuo Peters, recently told parliament that the South African National Roads Agency Limited’s (SANRAL) discount offer on old e-toll debt had brought in only R145 million of the R5.9 billion it was owed, the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse was quick to ask: “What clearer me
1 June, 2016
The Department of Social Development says it is working on making child protection a year-long commitment. The department’s director-general, Connie Nxumalo, points out that children need to be protected as they are the future of any country.
1 June, 2016
Mona is a homeless sex worker who has been beaten and gang raped by a gang of six armed police officers. Her story and those of many other vulnerable sex workers have been published in research reports by Amnesty International.
1 June, 2016
Eight children who were on the waiting list to be evacuated abroad for cardiac surgery recently met their fortune from philanthropic cardiac surgeons who visited University Teaching Hospital (UTH) from Italy.
1 June, 2016
According to an article by Qeko Jele titled ‘Workable solution to end albino killings in Malawi’, the news that about 17 people of albinism have so far been abducted, killed and/or some mutilated in Malawi is heartbreaking.

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