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29 September, 2014
President of South Africa, Jacob Zuma, tells the United Nations (UN) general assembly in New York that Africa continues to lag behind in the implementation of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).
29 September, 2014
Public Protector, Thuli Madonsela states that South Africa's greatest heritage is its Constitution.
29 September, 2014
Premier David Makhura states that resources need to be deployed in order to fight crime in Gauteng. Speaking during a two-day safety indaba the provincial government was hosting, Makhura asserts that, "The police require lots of training."
29 September, 2014
Big Walk Trust chairman, Gerald Ponte, confirms that, the Cape Times Big Walk has been cancelled for the first time in more than 60 years as not enough sponsorship could be raised.
29 September, 2014
Minister of higher education and training, Blade Nzimande, believes the North West University’s Potchefstroom campus is an apartheid enclave - a hostile and foreign environment for people who are not white Afrikaners.
29 September, 2014
Water and sanitation minister, Nomvula Mokonyane's office urges Rand Water to work closer and to communicate better with communities regarding water supply interruptions and other challenges.
29 September, 2014
Health organisations have launched a new drive to address what some have called a ‘mental health pandemic’ fuelled by drug abuse in South Africa.
22 September, 2014
Nobel peace laureate and anti-apartheid icon, Desmond Tutu, is impressed with the remarkable coalition among stakeholders in fighting child marriages in Zambia.
22 September, 2014
A South African official states that, Lesotho's leaders are planning to head to the polls early in a bid to restore political order following an attempted coup and stalled peace talks between deadlocked political parties.
22 September, 2014
Zimbabwean lawyers condemn reported assaults, deaths of suspects in police custody, as well as conditions in holding cells they dub unfit for human habitation.
22 September, 2014
Director of the University of Pretoria's Centre for Human Rights, Frans Viljoen, believes South Africa should have played the leading role in the fight against the spread of the Ebola virus in Africa.
22 September, 2014
Report shows that protestors have been unjustly targeted in troubled settlements such as Thembelihle in the Northern Cape.
22 September, 2014
Humanitarian organisation, Gift of the Givers, says its aid workers were chased away from the scene of a collapsed building in Lagos, Nigeria, and threatened with arrest if they come near the site where a church building collapsed, killing dozens of people including South Africans.
19 September, 2014
Activists concerned about climate change have delivered a petition on ‘climate justice demands’ to government officials at the Union Buildings in Pretoria.
19 September, 2014
Humanitarian organisation, the Gift of the Givers, says its search and rescue teams are on standby, should they be called upon to help in Nigeria.

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