Newsflashes

11 July, 2014
There could be as many as 400 000 valid land claims that can still be lodged by victims of apartheid-era forced removals, according to Communications Minister
11 July, 2014
Over 100 community healthcare members arrested by police in Bloemfontein
11 July, 2014
OUTA says the courts must still rule on the legality of e-tolling
7 July, 2014
Advocacy groups believe that greater regional cooperation will be needed to eliminate malaria
7 July, 2014
Traditional leaders call for collective efforts in the fight against corruption and GBV
7 July, 2014
Malawi government blames mechanisms utilised to dispatch messages of HIV/AIDS as a contribution to the virus transmission
4 July, 2014
The IIP to confer an Honorary Doctorate Degree in Human Letters to Zimbabwe's Mtukudzi
4 July, 2014
The UN calls on member states to abolish the death penalty, arguing that it has no place in the 21st Century
4 July, 2014
Museveni urge Africans to avoid what he calls ‘sinful Western aid’
4 July, 2014
The TAC calls for the suspension of the Free State's health MEC and for a full disclosure of the province's health finances
4 July, 2014
Telkom payphones review their public phones and introduce the Wi-Fi hot spots at a radius of 10 metres
4 July, 2014
The ISS says SANDU’s decision to take the SANDF to court is controversial but logical
4 July, 2014
Johannesburg is the worst in terms of the urban sprawl and the disjuncture between policy intentions and how RDP houses are constructed, says Stats SA
4 July, 2014
Mahumapelo’s pledge to allocate all state-owned farms in the province to community and youth cooperatives has been greeted favourably
4 July, 2014
Lesotho Chapter of Women and Law conducts study to determine whether HIV-positive women are being sterilised without their consent in public hospitals