Newsflashes

24 January, 2007
ijnet, 23 January 2006.
23 January, 2007
IOL, 23 January 2007. Finance Minister Trevor Manuel has launched a R600-million two-day community survey aimed at collecting demographic, geographic, social and economic data in February.
23 January, 2007
Business Day, 23 January 2007. The Open Democracy Advice Centre (Odac) has requested the Minister of Justice, Brigitte Mabandla, to release documents relating to allegations of fraud and corruption in the Cape Town master’s office.
23 January, 2007
SANGONeT, 23 January 2007.
23 January, 2007
SANGONeT, 23 January 2007. .ORG invites nominations or self-nominations of individuals who represent the broad and geographically diverse spectrum of the global non-commercial community, to serve in its Council.
23 January, 2007
Nyasa Times, 23 January 2007. Paladin Resources, an Australian uranium mining company, is at it again, despite the fact that it was bestowed with a Corpse Award last year. In Malawi the company is using the police to squash criticism. 
23 January, 2007
MSF, 23 January 2007. Doctors Without Borders has released an in-depth report that focuses on 10 most underreported humanitarian crises affecting more than 70 countries worldwide, where the organisation operates.
22 January, 2007
APC Forum, 22 January 2007.
22 January, 2007
Agenda, 22 January 2007. Agenda, a feminist media project in Africa, invites poetry contributions that explore topics of gender, feminism and/or the rights of women and girls for its next Journal.
22 January, 2007
The Weekender, 20 January 2007.
22 January, 2007
NETWORLD, 22 January 2007.
22 January, 2007
SANGONeT, 22 January 2007.  Earthlife Africa has blamed the recent power cuts affecting the country on the highly centralised electricity supply industry made up of large generation units and with long transmission routes from a few centers of supply.
19 January, 2007
IOL Technology, 18 January 2007. The founders of the revolutionary free voice over internet protocol (Voip) solution Skype, have unveiled a test version of an online television service that will be free to users.
19 January, 2007
AllAfrica.com, 19 January 2007. Kameelah Rasheed, a Johannesburg-based community activist, grapples with the overall impact that the World Social Forum has for civil society and the realisation of sustainable development.

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