Newsflashes

22 February, 2016
For more than two decades, the South African Depression and Anxiety Groups (SADAG) has saved hundreds of lives by providing a support network.
22 February, 2016
With the focus on sexually transmitted infections (STIs) this week, data shows an encouraging increase in the number of women taking charge of their sexual health.
22 February, 2016
Reverend Canon Mpho Tutu has been suspended as the executive director of her parents’ legacy foundation, only weeks after tying the knot. The board of the Desmond & Leah Tutu Legacy Foundation met and unanimously, and quietly, decided to suspend Tutu.
18 February, 2016
Malawi’s country’s government, which is heavily reliant on support from non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and Western aid money, had previously confirmed that it would no longer arrest people for same-sex sexual acts - an agreement first laid out in 2012 after a prolonged campaign.
18 February, 2016
Tanzanian non-governmental organisations (NGOs) in the country have been urged to cooperate fully with the government during the implementation of their various activities so that they can bring real development to the community.
18 February, 2016
  Two new grants signed between the Global Fund and Botswana mark a new phase of partnership, with a focus on preventing, treating and caring for people affected by HIV and tuberculosis.
18 February, 2016
Two new grants signed between the Global Fund and Botswana mark a new phase of partnership, with a focus on preventing, treating and caring for people affected by HIV and tuberculosis.
18 February, 2016
Zimbabwe’s opposition parties and political analysts have urged ZANU-PF to be consistent and desist from attacking non-governmental organisations (NGOs), saying this creates unnecessary hostility in the face of need.
18 February, 2016
According to Trevor Saruwaka Mutasa, if Zimbabwe goes hungry it has no capacity to feed its own people and therefore depends on non-governmental organisations and donor countries contrary to the mantra by President Robert Mugabe that they must leave us alone.
18 February, 2016
Lesotho Prime Minister, Pakalitha Mosisili, says 20 000 households most affected by drought in Lesotho will receive cash grants of US$65 per month for the next three months.
18 February, 2016
Ses'khona People's Rights Movement says people must recognise that Jacob Zuma is not only the African National Congress (ANC) leader but also the country's President and must be given due respect.
18 February, 2016
The latest tactic adopted by the South African Roads Agency (SANRAL) of appointing a debt collection firm to ‘hound’ people for payment of e-tolls could well backfire on it‚ Justice Project South Africa (JPSA) cautions.
18 February, 2016
The South African National Editors’ Forum (SANEF) will seek an urgent meeting with the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leadership to discuss the party’s threats to journalists working for the Gupta family’s media companies.
18 February, 2016
Civil Society will head to the Constitutional Court in Braamfontein to challenge the Restitution of Land Rights Amendment Act.
18 February, 2016
A Malawian court has ordered the country's director of prosecutions and the police to arrest those found engaging in homosexual activities.

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