Newsflashes

14 November, 2014
Former planning minister, Trevor Manuel, says public protector, Thuli Madonsela’s office is so busy because public representatives are not doing their jobs
14 November, 2014
A study has found that MSM have a high prevalence of HIV, with Durban having the most men testing positive for the virus
14 November, 2014
The ANC in the Western Cape gives a green light for high-level talks with the Ses’khona People’s Movement
14 November, 2014
The impacts of climate change will significantly affect food security, water availability, human health and ultimately economic growth in Africa, according to IPCC
14 November, 2014
The NPA states that human trafficking has become the second fastest growing criminal industry in the world, after illegal drugs
10 November, 2014
SA’s fiscal policies lift 3.6 million people out of poverty, says World Bank
10 November, 2014
Tanzania’s Kagera Regional Commissioner hails PCF of Switzerland and VSO for constructing and renovating several classrooms
10 November, 2014
OUTA welcomes SANRAL’s decision to make a submission to the Gauteng e-tolls review panel
10 November, 2014
OUTA is shocked at the gross exaggeration and disingenuous nature of transport minister’s statement on e-tolls
10 November, 2014
SANEF welcomes the decision by e.tv to review its editorial management practices
7 November, 2014
Youth unemployment in South Africa stands at a staggering 70 percent, according to the WEF’s Global Risk Report
7 November, 2014
Masebola, has pledged P5 000 towards the building of five classroom blocks at the Mochudi Resource Centre for the Blind in Botswana
7 November, 2014
Botswana’s Department of Mines under the Ministry of Minerals, Energy and Water Resources donates toiletries to a centre in Maun
7 November, 2014
Zimbabwe takes the EU to task over its piecemeal removal of illegal sanctions imposed on it
6 November, 2014
SANRAL argues that failure to repay the multi-billion-rand debt used for the e-tolling system will affect future investments