Newsflashes

4 March, 2014
The Department of International Relations and Cooperation says government has noted the recent global issues on LGBTI
4 March, 2014
There is no certainty about the health or whereabouts of kidnapped South African Pierre Korkie in Yemen, says Gift of the Givers
4 March, 2014
A DRC family has been left cash-strapped for months after their children’s social grant card was rejected several times at SASSA
4 March, 2014
Malawi president faces calls to resign, after an audit revealed at least US$30 million dollars of state funds had been stolen by corrupt officials
4 March, 2014
Millions of people in Southern Africa still lack access to latrines and clean drinking water, argues WaterAid
4 March, 2014
Harare's public toilets are in such an appalling state that very few are still usable
4 March, 2014
Women activists believe the rights of women and girls continue to be violated in Zimbabwe
4 March, 2014
President Zuma says youth employment has grown and emphasises the importance of investing in the youth
4 March, 2014
The discovery of how a woman's body responded to her HIV infection by making antibodies may hold the clue to a cure for AIDS, study finds
4 March, 2014
South Africa calls for a peaceful resolution to the conflict in Ukraine
4 March, 2014
Some schools in Limpopo still have not received their textbooks for the 2014 school year - media reports
26 February, 2014
OUTA urges SANRAL to be transparent on e-tag sales in light of the impression it is creating that motorists are ‘clamouring’ to be tagged
24 February, 2014
Museveni is expected to sign a controversial anti-homosexuality bill on 24 February 2014, which Western countries have criticised and tried to stop from being signed into law
24 February, 2014
South Africans complain about high data costs and the price of mobile devices, but despite that, the Internet is set to grow exponentially, Cisco report finds
24 February, 2014
Ndileka Mandela launches a new foundation in honour of her father and Madiba's eldest son Thembekile