Newsflashes

3 September, 2013
According to the 2012 General Household Survey, the adult literacy rate is qualified as the self-reported ability to read and write short sentences
3 September, 2013
The enforcement of e-tolling in Gauteng is doomed to fail because the eNATIS is a mess, argues the Justice Project South Africa
3 September, 2013
The Nelson Mandela Centre for Memory calls for the Protection of State Information Bill to be withdrawn and redrafted
3 September, 2013
SAOPF lays a formal complaint against ANN7, saying a billboard along the N1 near Sandton discriminated against the elderly
3 September, 2013
The call by the South African Broadcasting Corporation for 70 percent of SABC news stories to be positive, raises issues of editorial independence, warns MMA
28 August, 2013
The South African National Roads Agency criticises the Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance for ‘aligning’ itself to the Democratic Alliance
28 August, 2013
The reporting of suspected child abuse by medical aids is either non-existent or needs to increase significantly, argue welfare organisations
28 August, 2013
Corporal punishment of school pupils is on the rise in the Eastern Cape and Mpumalanga, according to the Statistics South Africa
28 August, 2013
The World Bank says when it first teamed up with ESA to demonstrate how Earth Observation World can work, a small climate change adaptation project on the coast of North Africa produced the first big results
28 August, 2013
The United Nations World Tourism Organisation predicts that tourists visiting Africa will triple by 2030
23 August, 2013
The Helen Suzman Foundation to turn to the Western Cape High Court to challenge the constitutional validity of the SAPS Amendment Act
23 August, 2013
The FPB says that people who ought to be protectors are allegedly perpetrating crimes against children
23 August, 2013
The credibility of the Marikana Commission of Inquiry will be tainted if all parties are not represented or given adequate chance to present their case, warns CASAC
23 August, 2013
SASSA to do a thorough check on the beneficiaries who did not register for social grants, to find out whether they were fraudulently registered previously
23 August, 2013
With over 500 rhino killed in South Africa this year, the point is nearing where the population will begin to decline, warns WWF-SA