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26 March, 2008
Trading Markets, 26 March 2008.   Japan will fund the NGO, Bangladesh Rural Integrated Development for Grub-Street Economy (BRIDGE) with US$85,000 for construction of BRIDGE Vocational Training Center for Empowerment of Women.
26 March, 2008
Mail & Guardian, 26 March 2008.   The National Constitutional Assembly (NCA) has urged Zimbabwe's security forces to defy commanders who have vowed they will support only President Robert Mugabe to rule the country after next week's poll.
26 March, 2008
IOL, 26 March 2008. The South African National Editors Forum (SANEF) says the decision by the Zimbabwean government to ban e.tv from covering Saturday’s polls detracts from the country's claim to hold free and fair elections.
26 March, 2008
AHN, 26 March 2008. The Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum has accused Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe of bribery and electoral fraud to ensure his victory in the upcoming polls.
26 March, 2008
IOL, 26 March 2008.  Reports say, Microsoft South Africa has announced plans to dramatically expand the largest annual technical education conference on the African continent, dubbed Tech-Ed.
26 March, 2008
Mail & Guardian, 26 March 2008. According to the United Nations (UN), about a million people have suffered the effects of floods, cyclones and heavy rains across Southern Africa in 2007.
25 March, 2008
IOL, 25 March 2008. The Institute for Democracy in South Africa (IDASA) has released a study that found HIV is threatening democracy and governance in some southern African countries.
25 March, 2008
Business Day, 25 March 2008. The government has said it will ensure that the any tariff increases proposed by Eskom will not adversely affect the poor, low-income households or small to medium-size enterprises.
23 March, 2008
Sunday Times, 23 March 2008.   Non-governmental organisations have established a base in Musina in regards to the elections taking place in Zimbabwe this Saturday.
21 March, 2008
THCRD, 21 March 2008.
19 March, 2008
All Africa, 19 March 2008. Computer Aid International (CAI), a United Kingdom-based charity organisation, has called upon more institutions in Uganda to apply for thousands of inexpensive computers in its possession.
19 March, 2008
SANGONeT, 19 March 2008. The Business and Human Rights Resource Centre has commended South African companies for their willingness to respond to allegations of human rights misconducts against them.
19 March, 2008
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18 March, 2008
IRIN, 17 March 2008.  

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