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Trade impetus in SADC
The past week has seen a flurry of activity in various Southern African Development Community countries as member states moved to improve trade and investment among themselves and ultimately in the entire region. Bilateral agreements on i...
Hage: the nation waits
Windhoek - The public euphoria that erupted after the Electoral Commission of Namibia (ECN) confirmed the ruling Swapo Party’s vice-president, Dr Hage Geingob, as President-elect late last year continues to sweep the nation ahead o...
AU: What the West feared
Surely the United States and its European Union allies know how to hold a grudge, even when Africa decides who should steer&nb...
Grand FTA canít be delayed any longer
Lusaka- Trade proponents are arguing that the enhancement of regional integration and creation of a grand Tripartite Free Trade Area (TFTA) among the three Southern and East African economic trading blocs cannot be delayed any...
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...
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