Newsflashes

9 September, 2013
Human Rights Watch expresses its concerns about the human rights situation in Zimbabwe
9 September, 2013
Lobby group proceeds with its application for the review and setting aside of the decisions to withdraw criminal and disciplinary charges Mdluli
9 September, 2013
Nkwinti opens up about the controversial Masibambisane development project run by President Jacob Zuma and his cousin
4 September, 2013
Approximately nine women die every day as a result of cervical cancer in South Africa, according to experts
4 September, 2013
Reports say that one Gauteng public hospital denied HIV treatment to patients after newly circulated provincial policy
4 September, 2013
BLA welcomes the appointment of Mxolisi Nxasana as the new national director of public prosecutions
3 September, 2013
Transgender people will now be locked up in their own cells when arrested, says Sotyu
3 September, 2013
NGOs urge the UK government to provide leadership in helping to build the international political will required to accelerate progress towards meeting the current MDGs
3 September, 2013
SADC says that the fairness of Zimbabwe's election is questionable because the voters' roll was distributed by the national electoral commission too late for it to be verified
3 September, 2013
The AfDB says the IMF’s supervised economic reform is indicative of the significant improvement in Zimbabwe's cooperation on economic policies and its commitment to address its arrear problems
3 September, 2013
Zambian CSOs have opposed attempts by the ruling Patriotic Front to reform the Public Service Pension scheme
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The Nelson Mandela Centre for Memory calls for the Protection of State Information Bill to be withdrawn and redrafted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