Archive for December, 2010
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by Mike Sparham, ACTSA Standing Orders Committee I was shocked and greatly saddened by the sudden death of Ian Stuart on 15 December 2010.
Tighter competition lets minister deliver on promise of lower prices Tamar Kahn, Business Day Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi yesterday delivered on his promise to slash the cost of AIDS drugs, announcing that the government would pay half the price it did for the same medicines just two years ago.
Mail & Guardian online, 14 Dec 2010 Angolan President Jose Eduardo dos Santos on Tuesday started an historic first state visit to South Africa, a trip aimed at ending decades-long enmities between two of the region’s major economies.
Congress of South African Trade Unions, 4 December 2010 The General Secretary’s welcoming address to the celebrations of the 25th Anniversary of COSATU We are workers of South Africa, united under the banner of COSATU. We are creators of the wealth that is enjoyed by a small minority, which has hijacked the wealth we create for [...]
By Victoria Dove Dimandja and Jose Musau Kalanda, It must stop campaign The Congolese people have endured Africa’s longest and deadliest war. The scramble for Congo’s enormous mineral wealth has fuelled a conflict which has claimed the lives of more than 6 million people since 1996, and ongoing mass rapes. This is the worst humanitarian [...]
Progress, 30 November 2010 by Michael Cashman MEP As the US evangelical right takes its anti-gay battles to Africa, the need is urgent to uphold human rights there, on the ground and at the UN and, not to fear the ‘sovereignty’ argument – the same as was used about apartheid.
Mark Beacon, December 1, 2010 Today millions of people across South Africa will mark World AIDS Day with the message ‘We are responsible’. The campaign, which is focused on the role that all South Africans can play in addressing the pandemic, will run until June next year; the ambitious deadline the government has set itself for [...]