VENUS is currently scheduled for launch in 2011 (1st quarter).See here: http://smsc.cnes.fr/VENUS/ From this site you could get the impression, that VENUS was originally planned to launch piggy-back on a Ariane 5: http://www.ueaf.net/actualites/fis_288.htmlDon't know if that is still the plan (or ever was), but I have a hard time imagining what sense it would make to launch a polar satellite piggy-back on a GTO trajectory. If the launch is in 2011, they could surly use VEGA.
Just found this new sign of life from Tsyklon-4. Including User guide! So this project really seems to make some progress...http://www.alcantaracyclonespace.com
According to this http://www.thejakartaglobe.com/home/remote-indonesian-island-reaches-for-stars-by-playing-host-to-space-center/389916 orbital launches from Inonesia's Enggano Island will take place on 2014.
"This one, which will consist of four stages, will be part of an RPS-01 rocket to put a satellite in orbit," Soewarto said.He said LAPAN had earlier successfully tested the flights of RX-320 and RX-420 rockets whose components would be used to build a RPS-01 rocket to carry a satellite to an orbit around earth.The rockets, he said, would be the prototypes of satellite carrying rockets to be launched in 2014.