Newsflashes

11 April, 2014
The TAC criticises the ANC for what it says is the party's non-commitment to making condoms available at schools
11 April, 2014
Government to hand over the names of bogus grant beneficiaries to SASSA’s fraud unit
11 April, 2014
Mobile services are meaningless if they are not affordable, argues USAASA
11 April, 2014
HEAIDS welcomes the idea of giving colourful and flavoured condoms to tertiary institutions
11 April, 2014
A drug hailed as a lifesaver for many people infected by HIV is at the heart of a rancorous debate among gay men
8 April, 2014
IMF states that Malawi has made progress after a massive government corruption scandal last year
8 April, 2014
A Malawian NGO condemns the current girls self-boarding system
8 April, 2014
President Banda says that poverty has no boundary between urban and rural areas
8 April, 2014
Mozambican government proposes a Bill that would criminalise SMSes, emails and other types of online posts that are considered ‘insulting’
8 April, 2014
A Swaziland editor and a rights lawyer who were arrested over an article said to be in contempt of court have been released
8 April, 2014
The world can learn from South Africa's ‘impressive’ rollout of antiretroviral treatment to more than two million people, says WHO
8 April, 2014
The African Peer Review Mechanism is in shambles
7 April, 2014
The proportion of South Africans infected with HIV has increased from 10.6 percent in 2008 to 12.2 percent in 2012, according to the HSRC
7 April, 2014
OUTA pleads with government to listen to ‘critics’ against e-tolling
7 April, 2014
The Department of Human Settlements is confident that South Africa will meet the MDGs on sustainable sanitation