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Masisi revokes ‘shoot-to-kill’ policy
Gaborone – The Botswana government has decided to withdraw military grade arms from its anti-poaching units onRead More...
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Namibia farm produce battling to penetrate local market
Windhoek - Namibia’s Minister of Agriculture, Water and Forestry, Alpheus !Naruseb, has expressed displeasure Read More...
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Zambia mulls over legalising marijuana
Lusaka - Africa seems to be catching up with the global pattern of legalising of marijuana for health purposes aRead More...
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‘Africa must keep struggle for unity alive’
On 25 May this year, Africa marks 55 years since the then Organisation of African Unity declared the day as AfriRead More...
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Racism in Football: Need for exemplary leadership at FIFA
Racism is rife in modern sport. It is a scourge not only of global sport and world peace similar to other threatRead More...
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Bondo omitted as COSAFA Cup officials named
Gaborone – Top Botswana referee, Joshua Bondo, who was sent home for questionable officiating during last yearRead More...
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Platinum revolution shakes Zim football
Harare – A Platinum revolution is casting a huge spell over Zimbabwean football and relegating the traditionalRead More...
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Moroccans take World Cup charm offensive to COSAFA
Harare – The Morocco 2026 World Cup bid bandwagon rolled into Southern Africa last weekend with the visiting dRead More...
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ROSE MOYO . . . . A giant figure in international ICT industry
“I was born to stand out,” Rose Moyo, the Zimbabwean-born female technology executive, aptly said of herselfRead More...
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Rains bring power to Nam
Windhoek – Namibia has been able to save at least 3% in energy imports, thanks to good rains received this yeaRead More...
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BoN monitoring high bank charges
Namibia’s central bank, Bank of Namibia (BoN), has said it is monitoring high bank charges after it emerged thRead More...
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Korea’s rapid development inspires Africa
The rapid economic development in Korea is an inspiration and a model to African economies, said African DevelopRead More...