Newsflashes

18 September, 2013
“We are what we eat and on the whole South Africans are unhealthy” because the increasingly industrialised food chain they eat far too much refined, processed food, argues Ashton
17 September, 2013
Frans Cronje to succeed John Kane-Berman as SAIRR’s new chief executive officer
17 September, 2013
Mining magnate and philanthropist, Patrice Motsepe, tries to convince university students that being a billionaire is overrated
17 September, 2013
Corruption Watch demands answers on role of President Zuma’s lawyer in R10 billion tender
17 September, 2013
R2K and SAHA serve court papers to police minister and defence minister to make national key points public
17 September, 2013
Microsoft provides free copies of its Office 365 software to nonprofit organisations
17 September, 2013
Helen Suzman Foundation and Hugh Glenister challenge the constitutional validity of the SAPS Amendment Act
17 September, 2013
Hawks demand the bank statements of those linked to Nelson Mandela's charities after initial plan to raid their offices thwarted
9 September, 2013
SALC welcomes a ground-breaking ruling which upheld the right of four sisters to inherit their family homestead
9 September, 2013
South Africa must find alternatives to its social grant system, urges SAIRR
9 September, 2013
SASSA scrambles to live up to its promises due to an administrative error
9 September, 2013
Supreme Court of Appeal criticises the Land Claims Court ruling that restoring tribal land in the North West to the Baphiring community ‘is not feasible’, without any evidence
9 September, 2013
WWF partners with Tanzania’s local non-governmental organisations in a campaign against illegal wildlife trade
9 September, 2013
boNGO embarks on a new effort that is helping primary school enjoy their learning environment
9 September, 2013
Africa has 60 percent of the world's arable land and most of its countries depend on farming as the mainstay of their economies, report finds