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SADC Hits the Ground Running … targets US$4b high-priority energy projects
Southern Africa has identified at least nine high-priority energy transmission projects valued at more than US$4 billion for promotion and marketing to investors. According to information released at the 34th Summit of SADC Hea...
Coups: Lesotho’s Achilles heel
The current political challenges in the Kingdom of Lesotho can be better understood in the context of the country’s history of internal squabbles. The mountainous kingdom, surrounded by South Africa, has a long history of political ...
Mixed bag of fortunes for SADC
Gaborone - The Southern Africa region has continued on a positive economic growth path with significant differences in growth rates among countries in the region. Mozambique, Zambia and Angola registered the fastest ...
The Southern Times Narrative: Rendering the African story from an African perspective
The Southern Times is an instrument for mental decolonisation of the Southern African region and that vision must continue to drive the newspaper, Zimbabwean Deputy Information, Media and Broadcasting Services, Supa Mandiwanzira, has sai...
Central Bank raises interest rates to curb borrowing
Windhoek- The Bank of Namibia plans to continuously raise the cost of borrowing through additional interest rate hikes to curb consumers’ rising indebtedness, if two increases this year of its benchmark interest rate thi...
All Work, No Play …As leaders chart roadmap for SADC
The leaders came in their numbers. Security details were everywhere. Officials were on their toes sorting out the logistics for the event. There was an unusually heavy movement of these big vehicles in the sweltering heat of Victor...
Packed agenda for SADC Summit
SADC leaders are in the resort town of Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe for their annual gathering, which should give impetus to the region’s vision of an emerging economy. A look at the agenda of the summit shows the dedicat...
Educating America: Economic opportunities abound in Africa
Windhoek - The United States needs “a massive re-education about Africa” and should work towards having a “mature conversation” with the continent’s leaders, without which current efforts to shift...
The rising continent: Africa ought to take care of its own citizens
Leaders committed to infrastructure development
SADC Gateway: Namibia to fast-track port project
Comesa, EU team up against piracy
Zim raw milk output marginally up
Nam Enegry Crunch to Ease
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The rise and demise of the Bhundu Boys
Creating beautiful SKIN
Travel & Tourism
Zim promotes religious tourism
Wildlife Migration: Hoofing it the longest distance
Wild and expanse Hwange
Is the media hounding coaches out?
Is it time for East Africa?
Moving with the times: Medical professionals in sport
Botswana gambles with FIFA threats
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The Southern Times catalyst for SADC integration
Zim, Namibia sign four MOUs
Elephant poaching on the rise
Can science help improve food security?
Preparations for 2014/15 farming season begin
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