Newsflashes

5 September, 2014
About 130 community health workers charged with participating in a prohibited gathering in July 2014, have rejected an arbitration offer from the state, which would have seen the charges dropped in the Bloemfontein magistrate’s court.  
5 September, 2014
The new ministry of small business development is aimed at achieving objectives of the National Development Plan (NDP), among others job creation, expanded black ownership and transformation.  
5 September, 2014
Approximately 4 000 cardboard baby-cots are being distributed in KwaZulu-Natal in an effort to curb neonatal mortality.  
5 September, 2014
The Justice Project South Africa (JPSA) supports the call for a fuel-levy to help pay for Gauteng’s controversial e-tolling system.  
5 September, 2014
The Road Safety Campaign states that Gauteng road users do not need discounts and tariff reductions on e-toll fees because they never asked for tolls.  
3 September, 2014
A government official has announced that Zimbabwe is crafting cyber laws to regulate activities on social media in order to protect its citizens and the state from cybercrimes.
3 September, 2014
Malawi President, Peter Mutharika, says his country was the first to adopt a policy of putting all HIV positive pregnant and breast feeding women on anti-retroviral (ARV) drugs regardless of their CD4 Count.
29 August, 2014
Zambia’s government states that it has lifted the 20-month ban on safari hunting because it has lost too much revenue, but lions and leopards will remain protected.
29 August, 2014
Botswana's High Court orders the government to provide treatment to HIV-positive foreign prisoners at the state's expense. Justice Bengbame Sechele, ruled that the denial of anti-retroviral (ARV) treatment to foreign inmates violated their rights.
29 August, 2014
Fernando Pontes Pereira, the State secretary for local Administration within Angola’s Ministry of Territorial Administration, states that the development works, in the framework of the integrated programme to fighting hunger and poverty are in a good path.
29 August, 2014
The Southern Africa Litigation Centre (SALC) expresses its deepest concern at reports from Swaziland that Vincent Ncongwane, secretary general of the Trade Union Congress of Swaziland (TUCOSWA), was prevented from speaking at a gathering.  
28 August, 2014
A director of a nonprofit chefs’ school in Cape Town has been declared ‘undesirable’ by the Department of Home Affairs after overstaying his visa by 25 days.
28 August, 2014
The National Lottery Board (NLB) has handed over cheques worth millions of rands to charity organisations across South Africa.   The donations were made at the NLB's women empowerment function as part of commemorating Women's Month in Pretoria on Tuesday.  
28 August, 2014
The Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU) has warned that the controversial Gauteng e-tolling system will perpetuate exclusion in society.  
28 August, 2014
The Western Cape provincial government intends to offer universal access to the internet to all its residents as it drives public access Wi-Fi.  

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