Newsflashes

11 December, 2013
Countries around the world marked International Human Rights Day on 10 December 2013
11 December, 2013
Research suggests some AIDS patients are developing drug intolerance and severe side effects
11 December, 2013
Mozambique peacebuilding process considered progressive but not entirely successful
11 December, 2013
NGO urges the world to pay attention to the potential threat that hydraulic fracturing for gas has for the indigenous Khoisan people of Botswana
11 December, 2013
A UN independent rights expert has called for policy changes that will allow developing countries the freedom to use their reserves to help secure the right to food without the threat of sanctions under WTO rules
11 December, 2013
The South African government or at least one part of it appears once again to be trying to get control of independent organisations in civil society
11 December, 2013
The alarming incidents of women's abuse remain a serious concern, especially as we commemorate the 16 Days of Activism for No Violence Against Women and Children
6 December, 2013
The United Nations secretary-general describes Mandela as ‘a giant for justice’
3 December, 2013
Zambia to review the controversial Non-Governmental Organisation Act of 2009 to enhance civil society organisations’ participation in public affairs
3 December, 2013
Civil society groups to push a human rights agenda at the international diamond trade watchdog, the Kimberley Process, are being undermined by some of the key beneficiaries of the sector, including ZANU PF, writes Bell
3 December, 2013
Petition has started to impeach President Jacob Zuma over Nkandla scandal
3 December, 2013
Nelly 'Makhulu' Johnson is honoured by peers for her outstanding service in her community
3 December, 2013
The recent development of new and stronger HIV/AIDS drugs ensures that HIV becomes easier to live with
3 December, 2013
Activists in Mpumalanga partake in a silent march with the aim of drawing attention to HIV/AIDS related issues
27 November, 2013
The SABC is to utilise all 18 radio stations and four television channels to highlight the serious issue of violence against women and children