Newsflashes

6 November, 2014
Tutu says the HIV/AIDS epidemic in South Africa is not over and people need to recommit themselves to eradicating the virus.
6 November, 2014
The Department of Communications says through the use of social media government is able to interact with citizens even in the deep rural areas.
6 November, 2014
Ses'khona People's Rights Movement chairperson, Andile Lili, is reportedly in a critical condition after being shot four times on 5 November 2014 in Khayelitsha.
4 November, 2014
The African Wildlife Foundation (AWF), calls on the world to totally ban sport hunting of Africa’s lions until the decline in lion populations is reversed.
4 November, 2014
Media Institute of South Africa (MISA) has partnered with the Swaziland Youth Empowerment Organisation (LUVATSI) to launch its study on youth usage of social media, which focuses on the benefits and disadvantages of the use of social media by young people.
4 November, 2014
Several non-governmental organisations (NGOs) in Malawi and consumer watchdogs demand a total ban on the sale of liquor spirit sachets, which they blame for fuelling alcohol abuse among the youth.
4 November, 2014
Lambda, the sole Mozambican association defending the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transsexual (LGBT) people, has protested publicly against the illegal refusal by the Justice Ministry to register it as a bona fide association.
4 November, 2014
Namibia’s Supreme Court has ruled that government violated the rights of three HIV-positive women when it had them sterilised without their consent.
4 November, 2014
According to John Vidal, African non-governmental organisations received just four percent of Bill Gates’ money for agriculture work, with 75 percent for United States organisations.
4 November, 2014
Churches and non-governmental organisations have expressed sadness over the passing of Zambia’s President, Michael Sata. The organisations have also appealed to Zambia to give Sata a befitting send off.
4 November, 2014
Non-governmental organisations (NGOs) have urged the Zimbabwe African National Union - Patriotic Front (ZANU-PF) and Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-T) to desist from political violence ahead of their respective congresses.
4 November, 2014
The Institute for Security Studies (ISS) says that reports that the late Bafana Bafana captain Senzo Meyiwa's family appointed private investigators to help solve his murder put pressure on police to do their best.
4 November, 2014
Given the core role of the judiciary, the Helen Suzman Foundation wants to know exactly how appointments to the Bench are decided.
4 November, 2014
Small Business Development Minister, Lindiwe Zulu, says black people’s businesses are the ones that are falling apart.
4 November, 2014
Independent researcher and analyst, Nomboniso Gasa, says although South Africa has made progress in the advancement of women, more still needs to be done.

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