Daily Archives: March 20, 2014

Malawi: Antenatal Access Key to Preventing Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV

Malawi is leading the developing world in the Option B+ approach to preventing transmission of HIV from mothers to their children. Option B+ provides lifelong HIV medication to all HIV-positive pregnant and breastfeeding women.


South Africa: The Public Protector – a Triumph for Constitutional Democracy

Yesterday, all Africans had a reason to be proud of the brave and principled leadership that exists on this continent in the form of South African Public Protector, Thuli Madonsela.

In a sober and considered

3rd Women Advancement Forum, Africa’s most attended gender conference – 25-29 May, 2014 – Banjul Gambia

WAF-2014 & Awards will host over 500 participants

BANJUL, Gambia, March 20, 2014 – Women Advancement Forum (WAF) (http://www.womenadvancementforum.com) is Africa’s most attended gender conference. WAF is a platform which recognizes the obvious fact that …

Southern Africa: Why Should the SADC EPA Allow Export Taxes?

Negotiations on the SADC EPA are close to completion, but to finalize the deal limitations on export taxes should be abandoned. An acrimonious battle on the issue will impose more costs than allowing export taxes.

Ajax Cape Town to Defend Their Metropolitan U19 Premier Cup This Easter

Last night, 18 March, saw the launch of the 26th edition of the Metropolitan U19 Premier Cup in Cape Town. Bayhill United founded the tournament and some 32 teams from around the country and the …