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Region faces dark festive season
Gaborone - SADC member states could face a serious power crunch during the festive season after it emerged that South Africa’s power utility Eskom is currently struggling to meet that country’s rising needs and is ...
SWAPO gets bigger seal of approval
Windhoek – The Namibian electorate has responded positively to the ruling Swapo Party’s appeal to give it another mandate to lead the country and continue to build on the strong foundation that the former liberati...
Swapo, Geingob in landslide victory
WINDHOEK – Namibia’s ruling party, Swapo, and its presidential candidate Dr Hage Geingob have created new electoral records, after mercilessly whipping their opponents – albeit democratically – in the just-ended e...
Climate Change: Africa urged to ratchet up action
As negotiators look to next year’s UN climate conference in Paris, climate experts say there is need to consistently remind African leaders about the gravity of climate change to spur action to drive national mitigation and a...
SADC trudges on with industrialisation
The Southern African Development Community has begun work to develop a roadmap and strategy on industrialisation, as the region moves to get one of the main recognised drivers of the regional integration agenda into motion. The...
Market Renewal: Botswana, Mauritius challenge Zimbabwe
Southern African Development Community member states have thrown the gauntlet at Zimbabwe to revive its manufacturing sector because they&nbs...
Zambia succession: The Pitfalls and Expectations
The nation of Zambia is in mourning the late president, Michael Sata, who died in Britain on October 29, 2014, exactly six years after the nation lost another sitting president, Levy Mwanawasa. A critical review of the deaths of the two presi...
BDP Maintains Grip… Khama promises a better Botswana
Gaborone - Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) has managed to hold onto its record as the longest governing party in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region, if not in Africa, after winning the October 24 general elections, ...
Mandela’s legacy squandered
How the ANC and Swapo strategise to stay in power
Adding Value to Africa: The need to shift from raw material exports
Zambia reconsiders maize exports
Zim 2014/15 cropping season bright
How Africa can achieve ‘elusive’ integration
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Locomotive shortage handicaps TransNamib
Namibia pushes oil companies to drill more
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Zim promotes religious tourism
Wildlife Migration: Hoofing it the longest distance
Wild and expanse Hwange
Cosafa blasts rebellious Morocco
The Promise of 2015 and Beyond: Sport development in Southern Africa
Zambian boxing queen honoured
Zim fans savage boxer Chisora
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