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21 July, 2015
Over 80 stakeholders from judiciary, academia, media, human rights, ministries, security, civil society, parliament, lawyers and non-governmental organisations (NGOs), among others, attended a one-day national sensitisation seminar on the African Court on Human and Peoples' Rights.
21 July, 2015
Botswana’s Disability Office at Office of the President says people living with Disabilities (PLWDs) are more likely to live in poverty, if no attempts are made to empower them with appropriate skills at an early age.
21 July, 2015
The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria has announced that US$374 million will be disbursed to fight these diseases in Mozambique.
21 July, 2015
South African and globally renowned human rights lawyer, George Bizos, says although the Swazi nation has suffered similar atrocities that South Africans endured during the apartheid rule, there is no need to overthrow their monarch.
21 July, 2015
The Justice Project South Africa (JPSA) has ‘extended its sincere gratitude’ to the South African National Roads Agency Limited (SANRAL)‚ its spokesman Vusi Mona and its public relations company, Meropa Communications, for “discrediting themselves even further by reacting in such a childish‚ emot
21 July, 2015
The Right2Know Campaign has vowed to step up its campaign against the Film and Publication Board’s draft Online Regulation Policy, while the Democratic Alliance demanded that both Communications Minister, Faith Muthambi, and the board appear before Parliament to respond to the outcry over the doc
21 July, 2015
President Jacob Zuma has welcomed the report by the United Nations Programme on HIV and AIDS (UNAIDS) on the significant progress South Africa has made in the fight against HIV/AIDS.
21 July, 2015
Transport Minister, Dipuo Peters, has disclosed in Parliament that Gauteng municipalities owed the South African National Roads Agency a total of R2.4 million‚ triggering an outcry from politicians and glee from anti-tolling activists.
21 July, 2015
Deputy Agriculture Minister, Bheki Cele, says combating global warming should be the responsibility of all South Africans.
14 July, 2015
As the new e-tolls dispensation brokered by Deputy President, Cyril Ramaphosa, came into effect this month, members of the African National Congress (ANC) led alliance remain divided over the issue, with the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU) reiterating its call for the system to be
14 July, 2015
Aid agencies have warned that humanitarian response in Uganda could be severely compromised if parliament adopts a bill that regulates non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and criminalises non-compliance.
13 July, 2015
Botswana has made remarkable progress against the targets of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) Protocol on Gender and Development set for 2015.
13 July, 2015
Zambia’s Committee on Legal Affairs, Governance, Human Rights, Gender Matters and Child Affairs (CLAGHRGMCA) has asked non-governmental organisations (NGOs) to ensure members of Parliament (MPs) are engaged in all planning activities when drafting child marriage laws in that country.
13 July, 2015
East African Community (EAC) Partner States have been challenged to make declaration to allow non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and individuals file cases before the Arusha-based African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights (AfCHPR).
13 July, 2015
Zimbabwe’s small enterprises minister, Sithembiso Nyoni, has revealed that the state is suspicious of international organisations and donors who are coming to partner with government.

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