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Newsflashes

1 August, 2014
A new study shows that grade R classes have almost zero effect on the future performance of pupils in South Africa’s poorest schools
28 July, 2014
NGOs urge the Education Department to absorb disabled pupils into its various schools
28 July, 2014
The UN calls for urgent funding to step up deliveries of desperately-needed aid in South Sudan
28 July, 2014
Lancet medical journal, argues that achieving an AIDS-free generation will not be possible unless the human rights of sex workers is recognised
28 July, 2014
Merged NGOs say they need to pool resources if they are to make a significant difference
28 July, 2014
AIDS-related deaths and further infections are on the decline worldwide, says the UN
28 July, 2014
Campaigners take aim at countries with anti-gay laws, accusing them of creating conditions that let HIV spread like poison
28 July, 2014
The Centre for Human Rights releases a gender audit tool for use by universities and other tertiary institutions across Africa in a bid to break down gender equality barriers at these institutions
28 July, 2014
The Treasure the Karoo Action Group will not be partnering with the Economic Freedom Fighters to advance any social cause any time in the near future
28 July, 2014
Earthlife Africa asks the Gauteng High Court to halt smelting operations at the NECSA Pelindaba plant on the grounds that they were illegal
25 July, 2014
Ses'Khona People's Rights Movement is not cashing in on the Lwandle land evictions in any way
25 July, 2014
NGO says a young man committed suicide and a woman miscarried following the eviction of illegal shack dwellers in Lwandle
25 July, 2014
South African government ignored recommendations after the TRC and damaged South Africans’ chances of reconciliation
25 July, 2014
New study finds that the life-time GHG emissions of shale gas are half that of coal