Newsflashes

3 June, 2014
The 67th WHA hears that Mexico and South Africa want to start producing their own vaccines to boost their immunisation programmes
3 June, 2014
Itireleng Clinic in Soweto dubbed a ‘death trap’, after allegedly causing the death of three babies among others
3 June, 2014
The Gauteng Department of Social Development vows to intensify the fight against the abuse of children
3 June, 2014
Food Bank Angola holds a foodstuffs raising campaign to contribute to the fight against hunger
3 June, 2014
UNAIDS calls on pregnant women to adhere to voluntary testing of HIV/AIDS in order to reduce the epidemic by 90 percent
29 May, 2014
There are still schools that administer corporal punishment despite it being illegal, says SAHRC chair
29 May, 2014
The Nelson Mandela Foundation pays tribute to Maya Angelou
29 May, 2014
The Gross Domestic Product in South Africa risks declining below two percent this year, warns SAIRR
29 May, 2014
The disintegration of family values in South Africa is one of the main factors contributing to the high rate of child sexual abuse, says Childline
29 May, 2014
Government increases consultation fees for general practitioners by 100 percent, but massively slashed maternity fees for private hospitals
28 May, 2014
INLS director states that at least 200 000 people live with the HIV virus in Angola
28 May, 2014
Ambitious UN targets for addressing the socio-economic challenges are being drafted and are expected to be called the SDGs when they are signed by world leaders in New York in September 2015
28 May, 2014
World Hunger Day aims to find sustainable solutions to ending extreme hunger and poverty
23 May, 2014
The University of Botswana awards the honorary Doctor of Humane Letters to Professor Sheila Tlou, director of UNAIDS regional support team for eastern and Southern Africa
23 May, 2014
A World Bank report describes SA's child support grant system as the most generous on the African continent