Newsflashes

4 July, 2014
Telkom payphones review their public phones and introduce the Wi-Fi hot spots at a radius of 10 metres
4 July, 2014
The ISS says SANDU’s decision to take the SANDF to court is controversial but logical
4 July, 2014
Johannesburg is the worst in terms of the urban sprawl and the disjuncture between policy intentions and how RDP houses are constructed, says Stats SA
4 July, 2014
Mahumapelo’s pledge to allocate all state-owned farms in the province to community and youth cooperatives has been greeted favourably
4 July, 2014
Lesotho Chapter of Women and Law conducts study to determine whether HIV-positive women are being sterilised without their consent in public hospitals
4 July, 2014
DENOSA claims that the North West police fired rubber bullets and live ammunition on protesting students
4 July, 2014
NGO advises caregivers to disclose HIV status to infected children
2 July, 2014
Mozambican NGOs have urged political parties to select equal numbers of men and women on their lists of parliamentary candidates for the upcoming general elections
30 June, 2014
Greenpeace head faces a series of damaging scandals at the global environmental watchdog, according to a newspaper report
30 June, 2014
There is no such thing as a happy chicken, argues an animal rights NGO
30 June, 2014
The Department of Social Development to provide full capacity building support to NGOs in Marikana
30 June, 2014
The government intends to accelerate the implementation of the NDP, says Muthambi
27 June, 2014
Elephants Without Borders knows that elephants are in trouble in Africa
27 June, 2014
Google announces that it is working on a low-cost smartphone aimed at emerging markets
27 June, 2014
Environmental crime is helping to finance criminal, militia and terrorist groups, according to a report