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Newsflashes

28 August, 2014
COSATU warns that the controversial Gauteng e-tolling system will perpetuate exclusion in society
28 August, 2014
The Western Cape provincial government intends to offer universal access to the internet to all its residents as it drives public access Wi-Fi
28 August, 2014
Pupils at a rural school in Limpopo still do not have textbooks
28 August, 2014
South Africa mulls ways to improve access to food and ensure good nutrition
27 August, 2014
It seems incongruous that South Africans celebrate Women's Month, yet stories of conflict and GBV flood today's headlines, writes Chipatiso
27 August, 2014
The UN condemns the abuse of young albinos in government care centres in Tanzania
25 August, 2014
The number of rapes this month reached a staggering 45 402 by 20 August 2014, according to Blow the Whistle
25 August, 2014
HSF tells the Constitutional Court that the police minister's powers to suspend the head of the Hawks are too broad and open to abuse
25 August, 2014
WHO sets up a task force with the global airline and tourism industry in an effort to contain the spread of Ebola
25 August, 2014
“Crime can only be successfully fought through an integrated approach between society and government,” says police minister
25 August, 2014
A new SAHRC reports shows a decline in the number of South Africa schools
25 August, 2014
President Jacob Zuma's failure to account properly on the Public Protector's report on his Nkandla homestead shows contempt for Parliament and for the Constitution, argues CASAC
25 August, 2014
ASA dismisses a complaint against a Teazers advertisement allegedly mocking people with bipolar disorder
25 August, 2014
Mugabe urges SADC states to reduce its dependence on foreign aid and to make better use of its natural resources such as minerals and land
25 August, 2014
Zimbabwe is setting-up health ports to strictly monitor visitors coming in via air or land routes and will quarantine them if necessary in a bid to curb a possible Ebola outbreak