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Harare - Southern African countries witnessed low inflation rates in February 2019 as demand for basic goods and services declined.

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Namibia to reopen three old mines

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This Week's Paper

Our Namibian edition

Apr 08, 2019

Our Zimbabwean edition

Apr 08, 2019

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Poachers have broken into Botswana’s p Read more...

10 Aug, 2018 at 01:58 PM

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02 Jul, 2018 at 09:26 AM

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DAR ES SALAAM - DIRECTIVES on online for Read more...

02 Jul, 2018 at 01:24 PM

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Gaborone - Poachers have broken into Bot Read more...

04 Feb, 2019 at 07:35 AM

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Gaborone – The Botswana government has Read more...

25 May, 2018 at 02:35 PM

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Windhoek - Africa is on the verge of acc Read more...

15 Apr, 2019 at 11:31 PM

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Johannesburg - With less than a month be Read more...

15 Apr, 2019 at 11:29 PM

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Gaborone - Effects of climate change, wh Read more...

15 Apr, 2019 at 11:18 PM

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Windhoek – Implications of rising tens Read more...

15 Apr, 2019 at 11:14 PM

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Swakopmund - President Hage Geingob has Read more...

15 Apr, 2019 at 11:12 PM

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Gaborone - Botswana sport, for the 13th Read more...

23 Nov, 2018 at 09:35 AM

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Heads of state and ministers who travell Read more...

30 Jul, 2018 at 02:01 PM

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Windhoek - The European Union National I Read more...

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26 Nov, 2018 at 08:51 AM

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African sovereign funds represent only 3 Read more...

24 Sep, 2018 at 09:52 AM

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The AfCFTA is nigh But can the protocol remove Africa’s bottlenecks?
Windhoek - Africa is on the verge of accomplishing the feat of having the largest free trade area in the world aRead More...
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Ramaphosa likely to win the electorates’ hearts- survey
Johannesburg - With less than a month before South Africans go to the polls, a survey carried out by the Centre Read More...
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Botswana hit hard by climate change effects
Gaborone - Effects of climate change, which have led to, among others, total crop failure, have hit Botswana harRead More...
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Brexit, US-China trade tensions risks for SADC
Windhoek – Implications of rising tensions and a possible collapse of China/US trade negotiations and a UK no-Read More...
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Determining the value of Nam sports industry vital - Namscore
Windhoek - To know the real value of your brand is to be mindful of the differences between its worth, vis-à-viRead More...
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Safa prohibits political regalia to local matches ahead of elections
Johannesburg - The South African Football Association (Safa) says political regalia is among the list of prohibiRead More...
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Obiri, Kipruto, Cheruiyot and Korir headline Kenyan challenge in Doha
Four Diamond League champions from Kenya including Hellen Obiri will compete in Doha – the first leg of the 20Read More...
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Botswana targets four medals at 2020 Olympic Games
Gaborone - Botswana is targeting four medals at next year's Tokyo Olympic Games, after winning their first and oRead More...
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Zambia awards 120MW tender for solar PV projects
Lusaka - Zambia is inching closer to reducing the over-dependence on hydropower amid persistent drought caused bRead More...
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Zambia, Namibia’s most important trade link
Windhoek – Zambia is Namibia’s most important trade link in the Southern African Development Community (SADCRead More...
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More power troubles for SA as Eskom closes ageing plants
Johannesburg – The power supply crisis in South Africa is set to worsen, as Eskom plans to close down ageing sRead More...
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SA bumper harvest allays regional maize shortfalls
Johannesburg – Despite the expected drop in regional maize production in 2019, worsened by the dreadful CyclonRead More...
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A RARE RHINO HORN HARVESTING EXPERIENCE
Most people might not know that rhino horn can be harvested and regrows at about 20 centimetres, annually. The rRead More...
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Listeriosis compounds hardships of struggling Namibians
The banning of South African cold meat products in the Namibian market following the outbreak of listeriosis in Read More...
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Iron deficiency and health hazards
Windhoek - Iron deficiency is one of the most prevalent nutrient deficiencies that globally affect an estimated Read More...
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TB still a headache for SADC countries
Harare - Cross border trading, a major economic activity in the SADC region, is still one of the major drivers oRead More...
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Antibiotic reduces harmful effects of HIV
A clinical trial involving HIV-positive children in sub-Saharan Africa has revealed that a common antibiotic sigRead More...
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When abusive relationship becomes toxic
Windhoek - If recent incidents of men abusing their sexual partners are anything to go by, then surely there is Read More...
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Rising demand for soya bean, an opportunity for Zim
There has been a global shift by farmers to focus more on the production of cash crops and soya beans has been oRead More...
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Seed Co pins hope on Command Agriculture ....projects growth in regional markets
PAN-African seed company, Seed Co, anticipates increased demand for seed products under the broadened Command AgRead More...
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Extension services bearing fruit
Government’s efforts continue to bear fruit in the provision of agricultural extension services. The followingRead More...
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Farmer speaks on Conservation Agriculture
When Helvi Chihinga (38) was introduced to conservation agriculture, she contemplated on switching from conventiRead More...
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SA, Zim tourists dominate Botswana visits
Gaborone - Botswana received the largest number of tourists from South Africa and Zimbabwe more than any other cRead More...
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Gondwana adds two Namibian properties to portfolio
Gondwana Collection will add two Namibian lodges to its product range from May 1: the well-known Palmwag Lodge, Read More...
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Zim to open tourism offices in China
The Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) will open tourism offices in Shanghai and Beijing before the end of the thiRead More...
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Zimbabwe’s fourth international airport to enhance tourism
CHIREDZI -THE US$3 million (about R42.42 million) refurbishment of the Buffalo Range Airport south-east of ZimbRead 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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ZEC commends high voter turnout
The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) has applauded Zimbabweans for peaceful conduct and for voting in huge nuRead More...
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Chamisa confirms Mugabe backing
Zimbabwe’s MDC Alliance candidate Nelson Chamisa has confirmed working with former President Robert Mugabe in Read More...
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Africa makes history, but…
It is now official: Africa’s free trade agreement has drawn enough signatures to go into operation. On TuesdaRead More...
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Challenges of leadership in Africa
The significance of campaigns and elections is to enable political parties and candidates to compete for politicRead More...
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Beira battled climate change, then came Idai
Beira Long before Cyclone Idai roared in and tore apart Mozambique's seaside city of Beira, the mayor dreamed Read More...
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Why does Africa hate the commoner and the poor?
This week, I saw a video clip of Dr Azza Mashumba, head of the paediatrics division at the Parirenyatwa hospitalRead More...