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Gaborone - The Kazungula Bridge project, which is expected to facilitate trade with Botswana and within the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region, has run into problems.

Regional trade union not impressed by ILO SAD

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Namibia’s budget speech …A budget of hope

Windhoek - Namibians will soon comprehend the reality of how tough the economic conditions currently Read more...

SA explores financial assistance to Zimbabwe

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Bots forecasts drop in diamond revenue

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UAE, Sadc add to donations haul
Herald Reporters Zimbabwe yesterday received a 95-tonne consignment of aid from Abu Dhabi, United Arab EmiratesRead More...
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Work cut out for SADC council of ministers
Windhoek - The Southern African Development Community (SADC)’s Council of Ministers faces a daunting mission oRead More...
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SADC to set up regional disaster fund
Windhoek -The Southern African Development Community (SADC) Secretariat is in the process of establishing a regiRead More...
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Namibia moving toward embracing IPPs
Windhoek - The stumbling block, which has been preventing many Independent Power Producers (IPPs) from entering Read More...
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Zim marathon guru shrugs off injury, eyes Two Oceans glory
Harare - Zimbabwe's industrious ultra-marathon kingpin, Stephen Muzhingi, has tasked himself to immediately annoRead More...
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Zebras, Isihlangu look to avoid unwanted AFCON record
Gaborone - Botswana’s Zebras and Isihlangu from eSwatini, will look to avoid unwanted records as they are the Read More...
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Mannetti happy to fit Blackburn’s Nyambe into the national team
Windhoek - Brave Warriors coach Ricardo Mannetti is yet to decide where to Ryan Nyambe, who plays club football Read More...
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Zimbabwe’s Musona chases AFCON qualifiers golden boot
Johannesburg - Zimbabwean captain, Knowledge Musona, stands a chance of finishing as the top goal scorer when thRead More...
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Cyclone Idai defied predictions
Harare - Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Malawi have endured a few days of horror as Cyclone Idai has caused damage yetRead More...
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Botswana extends lifespan of richest diamond mine
Gaborone - Botswana through its 50/50 joint venture with De Beers, Debswana Diamond Company has extended the lifRead More...
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Idai adds to Eskom woes
Johannesburg - South Africa’s power utility Eskom says the recent tropical cyclone, Idai that hit Mozambique, Read More...
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Looming SA ‘expat tax’ is ultimately fair - Citadel
Johannesburg - Changes to South Africa’s Income Tax Act, which will from March 2020 see expatriates taxed locaRead 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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SADC countries top global preterm birth rates
Windhoek – Africa can make economic gains of US$17.95 billion in welfare, 3.15% average growth in GDP, export Read More...
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Bicycles the secret weapon in fight to cut malaria deaths in children
The number of children dying from malaria has been dramatically cut with the introduction of a new drug and bicyRead More...
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Understanding haemophilia, the royal disease
Windhoek - In some parts of Africa, haemophilia is portrayed as a result of sorcery or a curse.Read More...
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UNAIDS sounds alarm …As entire regions lag in achieving 2020 HIV targets
Windhoek - The Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) has expressed concern regarding the pace at wRead 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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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 big lie South Africa’s lion park scams exposed
Have you ever wondered why South Africa seems to have so many captive lion cubs, in what are known as ‘lion paRead More...
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Global outcry as Botswana considers lifting elephant hunting ban
The Government of Botswana is at a crossroads on whether to lift the ban placed on elephant hunting in 2014, or Read More...
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Distressing times …Namibia’s wild horses face extinction
The desert sun is setting on the wild horse population that has roamed Namibia’s Garub plains for over a hundrRead 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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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...
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Has South Africa’s lawlessness passed the point of no return?
In a radio discussion about the failure, inability, refusal or a combination of these factors, by some residentsRead More...
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A Rising Tide of Global Corruption
Transparency International is out with its annual global corruption index and the news is not good. Around the wRead More...
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Why true greatness is shared
For the past week or so, Rwandans have been basking in the glory of our nation’s heroes. With good reason.Read More...