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SOUTH AFRICA: An uneven playing field
25 July 2012 (IRIN ), In an ideal society, every child would have an equal shot at achieving their human potential, regardless of their race, gender, family background or where they were born. The reality in South Africa, one of the most unequal societies in the world, is that a white boy born to a two-parent household in suburban Johannesburg has a much greater chance of succeeding in life than a black girl born to a single mother in rural Kwa-Zulu Natal.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/95942/SOUTH-AFRICA-An-uneven-playing-field
SOUTH AFRICA: Court orders Cape Town to process asylum applications
25 July 2012 (IRIN ), Refugee rights organizations in Cape Town are breathing a sigh of relief following a high court judgement that will force the Department of Home Affairs to reverse a policy of not accepting new asylum-seeker applications at the region’s only Refugee Reception Office (RRO).
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/95951/SOUTH-AFRICA-Court-orders-Cape-Town-to-process-asylum-applications
SOUTH AFRICA: Mother-to-child HIV transmission still falling
23 July 2012 (IRIN ), South Africa has charted a significant decline in mother-to-child HIV transmission for the second consecutive year, with new data showing that just 2.7 percent of babies born to HIV-positive mums contracted the virus at six weeks of age, compared to 8 percent in 2008.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/95929/SOUTH-AFRICA-Mother-to-child-HIV-transmission-still-falling
AFRICA: Domestic investment in HIV up but uneven
19 July 2012 (IRIN ), Many sub-Saharan African nations - traditionally the beneficiaries of international HIV funding - are gradually increasing their financial contributions to the fight against the virus, boosting the number of people on treatment to record highs according to a new UNAIDS report, Together We Will End AIDS, released on 18 July.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/95904/AFRICA-Domestic-investment-in-HIV-up-but-uneven
LESOTHO: Illegal migrant miners risk lives for riches
16 July 2012 (IRIN ), Mohau Raphoka left his village, about 50km outside Lesotho’s capital, Maseru, with high hopes of striking it rich in South Africa. “I was so unlucky; I should be driving a flashy car by now,” he told IRIN, shortly after being deported from Welkom, a mining town in South Africa’s Free State Province.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/95875/LESOTHO-Illegal-migrant-miners-risk-lives-for-riches
SOUTH AFRICA: Activists protest as Novartis ruling approaches
12 July 2012 (IRIN ), At least a hundred protesters arrived at South Africa's parliament on 11 July to demonstrate their disapproval of the ongoing court case by Swiss pharmaceutical company Novartis against the Indian government over its patent laws. As the case draws to a close, health organizations say a win for the pharmaceutical company will be a loss to the developing world, which sources the bulk of its generic medicines from India.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/95854/SOUTH-AFRICA-Activists-protest-as-Novartis-ruling-approaches
MIGRATION: Human smugglers profit as tragedies multiply
11 July 2012 (IRIN ), When Abdo Giro*, a 55-year-old evangelist minister and political dissident from southern Ethiopia, paid smugglers 55,000 birr (US$3,095) to take him from the Kenyan border town of Moyale to Johannesburg in South Africa, he was completely unprepared for the ordeal that lay ahead.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/95845/MIGRATION-Human-smugglers-profit-as-tragedies-multiply
SOUTH AFRICA: National Health Insurance falls short on health workers
11 July 2012 (IRIN ), As South Africa moves towards universal healthcare, health policy experts warn that the country has grossly underestimated the number of health workers it will need to ensure access to health services for everyone.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/95840/SOUTH-AFRICA-National-Health-Insurance-falls-short-on-health-workers
AFRICA: “Sexual refugees” struggle to access asylum
9 July 2012 (IRIN ), As a gay man living in Tanzania, Cassim Mustapha could have faced imprisonment, but prosecutions under the country's Sexual Offences Act are rare, and the bigger threat came from his own community. After one of his neighbours attacked him with an axe leaving a deep wound in his head, Mustapha fled and applied for asylum in Malawi, the first country he reached.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/95829/AFRICA-Sexual-refugees-struggle-to-access-asylum
AFRICA: Donor fatigue forces WFP to cut refugee rations
19 June 2012 (IRIN ), The UN World Food Programme (WFP) has halved food rations to refugees living in camps in at least four African countries citing a funding shortfall.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/95597/AFRICA-Donor-fatigue-forces-WFP-to-cut-refugee-rations

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