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11 May, 2015
The South African Congress of Nonprofit Organisations (SACONO) has convened an anti-xenophobia imbizo in Orlando, Johannesburg, to assess modalities of re-integrating foreigners who were recently attacked by locals for allegedly grabbing most jobs and venturing into lucrative businesses targeted
11 May, 2015
Gauteng premier, David Makhura, says the money collected from e-tolls is essential in upgrading Johannesburg’s transport infrastructure.
11 May, 2015
A delegation of the South African National Editors’ Forum (SANEF) leaders is set to meet with the National Commissioner of Police‚ General Riah Phiyega.
11 May, 2015
The South African Prisoners Organisation of Human Rights (SAPOHR) says giving inmates conjugal rights can help reduce the risks of physical and psychological violence among them.
11 May, 2015
The South African National Editors' Forum (SANEF) has advised journalists to institute legal action against police officers who continue to harass them.
7 May, 2015
During the Ministry of Health’s Sexual Reproductive Health training in collaboration with Super Buddies, health workers agreed to give condoms, contraceptives and other services to young people without any intimidation.
7 May, 2015
Swaziland's minister of health and social welfare, Sibongile Ndlela-Simelane, has called for lessons learned from the HIV response in Southern Africa to be applied to the response to malaria.
7 May, 2015
According to Autogas, a company that converts vehicles to run on gas rather than liquid fuels, more than 2 000 vehicles powered by natural gas are now on the roads in Maputo city and province.
7 May, 2015
Speaking at a World Press Freedom Day commemoration, newspaper publisher, Ibbo Mandaza told journalists that Zimbabwe's media is under siege and has been dragged back to the colonial era under the Rhodesia government.
7 May, 2015
Foreigners living in a temporary shelter at Isipingo Beach, south of Durban, following April 2015 xenophobic attacks have put up their own shacks after the eThekwini municipality removed the tents they were living in.  
7 May, 2015
The Western Cape provincial transport department has launched a new campaign aimed at reducing child accidents and fatalities on the road.
7 May, 2015
The South African Institute of Race Relations (SAIRR), a liberal think-tank, states that, the labour law amendments to regulate labour broking and plans to extend minimum wages will keep unskilled youngsters out of the economy.
7 May, 2015
The specialised South African search and rescue team that scrambled to aid earthquake-struck Nepal, leaves the capital of Kathmandu.   The team, made up of paramedics, firefighters and urban search and rescue technicians has been in the country for a week.
28 April, 2015
Zambian President, Edgar Lungu, has urged lawyers to guide citizens on the constitution making process and ensure that the process of enacting a new constitution does not become an elite project by a privileged few but a national project.
28 April, 2015
The Gift of the Givers Foundation says Nepalese authorities have granted it permission to travel to the country to assist with rescue operations following an earthquake that hit the Himalayan nation on 25 April 2015.

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