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18 June, 2007
The Sunday Independent, 18 June 2007. Rural NGOs and unions have walked out of land-reform negotiations set up in the wake of the 2005 National Land Summit, accusing the government of marginalising them.
18 June, 2007
AllAfrica.com, 18 June 2007. Zimbabwe’s civic society organisations have set up a committee of seven organizations to engage SA President Thabo Mbeki over the Zimbabwean crisis.
18 June, 2007
News.com.au, 18 June 2007. According to recent research findings, people get pleasure from knowing that their money is going towards a good cause, even when the contribution is in the form of taxes.
15 June, 2007
IOL HIV/AIDS, 15 June 2007. The ONE Campaign has launched a $30-million initiative aimed at encouraging presidential candidates to support efforts to fight global poverty, HIV and Aids.
15 June, 2007
Business Day, 15 June 2007.
15 June, 2007
Business Day, 15 June 2007. A former United Nations (UN) Middle East envoy Alvaro de Soto has quit his job after bitter allegations that the UN policy in the region has failed because it is subservient to the United States and Israel interests.
15 June, 2007
Business Day, 15 June 2007. The relationship between the state-owned Telkom and cellphone giant Vodacom, may come to an end following reports that the former is likely to sell its 50% stake to Vodafone.
14 June, 2007
Business Standard, 14 June 2007.
14 June, 2007
Press Room, 14 June 2007. US funded NGOs around the world are working to eradicate human trafficking, provide resources to victims and arrest and prosecute child-sex offenders.
12 June, 2007
TAC Newsletter, 12 June 2007.  The Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) says it is appalled by the dismissal of public sector workers,  especially nurses  and appeals to authorities to reverse the decision.
12 June, 2007
AllAfrica.com, 12 June 2007. Robert Zoellick, World Bank president nominee reassures African countries that the World Bank will continue to fund development projects  on the continent and help alleviate poverty.
12 June, 2007
Business Day, 12 June 2007.
12 June, 2007
Business Day, 12 June 2007. According to senior ABSA economist Ian Marsberg, South Africa is likely to come closer to attaining the United Nations’ Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) of halving poverty in the next eight years.

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