Newsflashes

10 March, 2014
The Brazilian Football Confederation donates £120 000 to the Nelson Mandela Foundation
10 March, 2014
The South African National Roads Agency plans to extend the urban e-tolling to KwaZulu-Natal and the rest of the country
10 March, 2014
The OUTA says that provincial legislatures must insist on debating e-tolling legislation as SANRAL implements future e-tolling projects
4 March, 2014
The Department of International Relations and Cooperation says government has noted the recent global issues on LGBTI
4 March, 2014
There is no certainty about the health or whereabouts of kidnapped South African Pierre Korkie in Yemen, says Gift of the Givers
4 March, 2014
A DRC family has been left cash-strapped for months after their children’s social grant card was rejected several times at SASSA
4 March, 2014
Malawi president faces calls to resign, after an audit revealed at least US$30 million dollars of state funds had been stolen by corrupt officials
4 March, 2014
Millions of people in Southern Africa still lack access to latrines and clean drinking water, argues WaterAid
4 March, 2014
Harare's public toilets are in such an appalling state that very few are still usable
4 March, 2014
Women activists believe the rights of women and girls continue to be violated in Zimbabwe
4 March, 2014
President Zuma says youth employment has grown and emphasises the importance of investing in the youth
4 March, 2014
The discovery of how a woman's body responded to her HIV infection by making antibodies may hold the clue to a cure for AIDS, study finds
4 March, 2014
South Africa calls for a peaceful resolution to the conflict in Ukraine
4 March, 2014
Some schools in Limpopo still have not received their textbooks for the 2014 school year - media reports
26 February, 2014
OUTA urges SANRAL to be transparent on e-tag sales in light of the impression it is creating that motorists are ‘clamouring’ to be tagged