Newsflashes

10 March, 2014
The Zambian Ministry of Community Development Mother and Child Health waits for correspondence from the Ministry of Justice on the implementation of the Non-Governmental Organisation Act
10 March, 2014
CIP, an anti-corruption NGO, calls on Mozambique’s attorney-general to order a forensic audit into the publicly owned electricity company
10 March, 2014
Thyolo Active Youth Organisation donates a bore hole to Nachipere Primary School that has stayed over a year and half without portable water
10 March, 2014
Human Rights Watch urges Malawi to increase efforts to end widespread child and forced marriage
10 March, 2014
SADC states that it will continue to work towards ensuring that the region continues to enjoy peace and stability
10 March, 2014
South Africans consume a third higher of pure alcohol than the African regional average
10 March, 2014
Equal rights and opportunities for women are crucial to building healthy economies and societies, says Modise
10 March, 2014
The Brazilian Football Confederation donates £120 000 to the Nelson Mandela Foundation
10 March, 2014
The South African National Roads Agency plans to extend the urban e-tolling to KwaZulu-Natal and the rest of the country
10 March, 2014
The OUTA says that provincial legislatures must insist on debating e-tolling legislation as SANRAL implements future e-tolling projects
4 March, 2014
The Department of International Relations and Cooperation says government has noted the recent global issues on LGBTI
4 March, 2014
There is no certainty about the health or whereabouts of kidnapped South African Pierre Korkie in Yemen, says Gift of the Givers
4 March, 2014
A DRC family has been left cash-strapped for months after their children’s social grant card was rejected several times at SASSA
4 March, 2014
Malawi president faces calls to resign, after an audit revealed at least US$30 million dollars of state funds had been stolen by corrupt officials
4 March, 2014
Millions of people in Southern Africa still lack access to latrines and clean drinking water, argues WaterAid