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Namibia explains IMF loan rationale
Windhoek – Namibia’s government says the decision to borrow N$4,5 billion (about US$300 million) from the IMRead More...
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Trouble in Paradise
The continent’s bastion of political stability and security – the Southern African Development Community –Read More...
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SADC weighs options on Moza terror
The SADC Organ on Politics, Defence and Security Co-operation will elevate the Mozambique insurgency to Heads ofRead More...
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Maize harvest rises - but so does hunger
Windhoek – Southern Africa’s overall staple maize harvest is up around eight percent from the 2018-2019 summRead More...
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Controversy blights the beautiful game
Gaborone - The Botswana Football Association (BFA) electoral board this week controversially barred two hopefulsRead More...
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Micho inks mega Chipolopolo contract
Lusaka – Chipolopolo’s Serbian-born coach, Milutin “Micho” Sredojevic, has signed a two year-performanceRead More...
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Namibia jinx still haunts Zim rugby legend
Harare - The destiny of the Zimbabwe 15s side, the Sables, is firmly in their hands. They have one foot in the Read More...
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New Zealand holds the key, says Boks legend
Springboks great Carel du Plessis says South Africa must continue their strong relationship with New Zealand to Read More...
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Power Dynamics: Electricity after COVID-19
The COVID-19 epidemic has delayed power projects and thrown future spending plans into doubt across Africa. ButRead More...
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Sweet deal for sugar sector
Cape Town - South Africa’s Minister of Trade and Industry Ebrahim Patel has said stakeholders have agreed to sRead More...
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New rules for customs clearance
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Mozambique re-energises Southern Africa
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Listeriosis compounds hardships of struggling Namibians
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Over 180 fertility specialists trained in Africa through Merck Foundation
Windhoek Over 180 doctors across Africa and Asia have received clinical and practical training for fertility speRead More...
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Demystifying Infertility
Windhoek Infertility is one of the most common issues that rob married couples of their joy in sub Saharan AfricRead More...
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Malaria deaths, cases surge in SADC …as coronavirus disrupts prevention programmes
Windhoek - Malaria deaths and cases in the Southern African region have increased this year compared to the sameRead More...
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International Aids conference to go virtual
Windhoek - While many global conferences have been cancelled and postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the 23rRead More...
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All smiles for farmers in Malawi, Mozambique and Zambia as APPSA concludes project
Windhoek Patricia Dzimbiri (37) is one of the successful female lead farmers who participated in the AgriculturaRead More...
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Rising demand for soya bean, an opportunity for Zim
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Seed Co pins hope on Command Agriculture ....projects growth in regional markets
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Extension services bearing fruit
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Lusaka – Not even COVID-19 can hold the Victoria Falls back.
Last weekend, more than 5,000 people – a mix of local and foreign tourists – visited the Unesco World HeritaRead More...
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Victoria Falls in lonely majestic splendour
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Zambia asked to refund US$5m to tourists due to Covid-19
Lusaka - Zambia has been asked to refund a staggering US$5 million to German tourists for a botched expedition iRead More...
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Greater Mapungubwe Transfrontier Conservation project back on track
Gaborone - The Transfrontier Conservative Area (TFCA) project which involves Botswana, South Africa and ZimbabweRead More...
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Burundi 'not fit' to join SADC
Windhoek - The SADC assessment mission has concluded that Burundi is not fit enough to join the regional bloc beRead More...
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Khama splits ruling BDP ahead of October polls
Gaborone - The ruling Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) has split ahead of general elections slated for October wiRead More...
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The making of Zim's Second Republic
Presidential frontrunner, Emmerson Mnangagwa of Zanu-PF is on record saying the 2018 harmonised elections will gRead More...
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CALM AFTER THE STORM...Peace prevails as army restores order in Harare
CALM returned on the streets of Harare on Thursday, a day after MDC Alliance protesters clashed with security agRead More...
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If the people of Malawi did it…?
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Reassessing business models amidst COVID-19
Many post COVID-19 chats have been facilitated via social media platforms from entrepreneurs. Indeed, the impactRead More...
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Let’s not forget children living with HIV/AIDS during COVID-19 pandemic
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