Gauteng’s vulnerable thrown to the wolves, say NGOs
/ 20 April 2023

Gauteng’s vulnerable thrown to the wolves, say NGOs

The Gauteng social development department has cut funding to NGOs, leaving many without support

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/ 24 March 2008

A forgotten war draining a forgotten people

The road from Harar runs for more than 960km east towards the border with Somalia, penetrating deep into the desiccated badlands of the Ogaden desert, the dusty heart of Ethiopia’s war-torn Somali regional state. This is the land that the self-styled separatists of the Ogaden National Liberation Front claim as their own.