Newsflashes

22 January, 2014
The deaths of four people in Mothutlung is ‘a symptom’ of increasing police brutality and growing attacks on the right to protest, argues R2K
21 January, 2014
More Zimbabweans face serious hunger, following the WFP cutting the number of people it assists with aid
21 January, 2014
A rights group is seeking a review of the three gay men's jail sentences and plans to challenge laws that criminalise homosexuality in Malawi
21 January, 2014
South Africa has the third highest unemployment rate in the world for people between the ages of 15 to 24, according to the WEF report
21 January, 2014
SECTION27 impressed with the state of text book deliveries in Limpopo for the 2014 academic year
20 January, 2014
Women rights activist urges police to investigate unscrupulous and thieving NGO leaders and make them account for donor funds
20 January, 2014
Zambian vice president disappointed with NGOs that are causing commotion over the draft constitution
20 January, 2014
NGO urges the ANC members to lobby for the decriminalisation of prostitution because some of the party's officials used prostitutes' services
20 January, 2014
New HIV infections in South Africa have fallen by a third since 2004, says UNAIDS
20 January, 2014
The Justice Project South Africa calls SANRAL spokesperson to resign
20 January, 2014
A South African man kidnapped by al-Qaeda militants in Yemen is alive, says Sooliman
15 January, 2014
The Council for the Advancement of the South African Constitution says the killing of two protesters by police in Mothutlung in Brits, North West, is an outrage
15 January, 2014
The Tshwane Barekisi Forum urges the government to take a decisive action against the Metro police officer who allegedly shot and killed an informal trader
15 January, 2014
MSF initiates an open-access approach within the humanitarian sector in the hope that other medical aid organisations will follow suit
15 January, 2014
Botswana’s vice president calls on parents to help government in developing the youth