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Catholic NGO boss accused of racism and abuse in Sudan

The aid worker allegedly called his security guard a ‘slave’

​Count US In: helping young South African women reach their Dreams

The US Mission in South Africa is developing determined, resilient, empowered, Aids-free, mentored and safe young women through its Dreams programme

US gag rule ties SA’s hands

Put a stop to the policy that blocks aid to organisations offering abortion services

US threatens to cut funding to South Africa

The US said it would be 'taking names' of countries who did not vote for its resolutions at the UN

How ordinary South Africans felt the effect of an active public protector

​Thuli Madonsela’s​ tenure at the helm of the office of the public protector of South Africa has significantly ​raised the profile​ of the institution

US funding to SA includes rape and HIV projects, but regime change? No!

The treasury didn’t divert US money to persecute the president, which is just as well, because $3-billion in funding is plugging important holes

Thuli Madonsela: It’s a blatant lie that we used foreign funding

The former public protector says the funding was received by government and allocated to Chapter 9 institutions including the public protector office.

A R60m ‘African solution for an African problem’

A R60-million "African solution for an African problem" is set to benefit two-million pupils across South Africa over the next three years.

$500m of US food aid ‘lost to waste and profit’

More than 17-million more hungry people could have been reached by US-funded programmes in 2010 if "tied aid" restrictions were lifted.

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