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6 November, 2015
The Department of Social Development’s Gender-Based Violence Command Centre seeks to provide support and counselling to victims of gender based violence wherever they are in the country.
6 November, 2015
The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) has condemned the lethal shooting by police of a robbery suspect in Krugersdorp‚ saying the “unnecessary death opened again the raw debate on policing and crime”.
6 November, 2015
According to Joleen Steyn Kotze, if one tracks South African student activities in 2015, it becomes apparent that a new politics is bubbling below the surface of academic life.
6 November, 2015
The Standing and Select Committees on Appropriations as well as the Portfolio Committee on Higher Education and Training have unanimously agreed that funding for the post-school education sector has to be increased.
4 November, 2015
The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) says MTN's US$5.2-billion fine shows the importance of complying with regulation.  
4 November, 2015
Team leader for male circumcision mobilisers in the Harry Gwala District, Thandeka Zondo, has a mammoth task of convincing men in the Harry Gwala District to undergo medical circumcision, a topic that is still taboo in most areas under the district as it is dominated by rural areas.  
4 November, 2015
The National Development Plan's (NDP) trajectory of a 5.4 percent average economic growth rate per year is realistically impossible.  
2 November, 2015
The President of the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights (AfCHPR), Justice Augustino Ramadhani, has advised South Africa to make the Declaration required under Article 34 (6), to allow non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and individuals to access the court directly.
2 November, 2015
The United Nations’ flagship Green Climate Fund will announce its first projects at a board meeting, which runs from 2-5 November 2015 in Zambia.
2 November, 2015
On the occasion of World Cities Day, top United Nations (UN) officials are highlighting the key role of urban design in building sustainable, socially integrated and prosperous cities and human settlements.
2 November, 2015
The backlash over President Robert Mugabe's near-fall in India in October has claimed its first scalp after former Chinhoyi MDC-T councillor, Tendai Musonza, was arraigned in court on charges of undermining the office of the president by uttering derogatory words.
2 November, 2015
Mozambique has requested financial assistance from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for the first time in a decade.
2 November, 2015
Gauteng Finance MEC, Barbara Creecy, says they are moving towards providing services online which will improve citizen’s access to services, so in future they won’t need to travel to a government office for the service.
2 November, 2015
Anti e-toll group, Opposition for Urban Tolling Alliance (OUTA) has launched a new ‘e-toll defensive umbrella campaign’ to provide legal support to members summonsed for non-payment of e-toll fees.
2 November, 2015
The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) walked away with three major awards at the inaugural Public ICT Awards held on 25 October 2015 at the GovTech conference, Durban International Conference Centre.

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