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Windhoek- Namibia has formally taken over the Chair of SADC Council of Ministers on Monday. The country’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of International Relations and Cooperation Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah took over the rotational role her South African counterpart Lindilwe Sisulu. (pic: Sharon Kavhu)

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Cross border remittances decline by 7%
Windhoek- SADC's executive secretary Dr Stergomena Tax said the cost of cross boarder remittances has reduced byRead More...
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Namibia takes over the chair of SADC Council of Ministers
Windhoek- Namibia has formally taken over the Chair of SADC Council of Ministers on Monday. The country’s DepuRead More...
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Illegal fishing deprive SADC states of revenues
Windhoek- The SADC Secretariat has advised Namibia during its tenure as regional chair to engage other member stRead More...
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SADC Council of Ministers call for increased focus on industrialisation
Windhoek - The outgoing chairperson of the SADC Council of Ministers, Lindiwe Sisulu has urged member states to Read More...
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Bots teams battle in rewarding Charity Cup
Gaborone - Four Botswana top-flight sides will, on Saturday, engage in the first one-day BTC Charity Cup, where Read More...
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Kenya takes six more titles, as African Championships conclude
Kenya captured six more titles on Sunday to claim bragging rights, as the winningest squad in Africa as the 21stRead More...
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Namibia on verge of World Cup return
Harare - For the fourth straight game since he took over as Zimbabwe coach, amid high hopes in this country, he Read More...
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More Zim footballers turn to Botswana league
Gaborone - When Zimbabwe’s top-flight league was a constant conveyor belt, churning top-drawer talent more thaRead More...
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Industry revival requires more innovation, not money
DISTRESSED companies in Zimbabwe do not necessarily need money but to revisit their business models as some of tRead More...
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Global tax regime not favourable to Africa
AFRICA needs to move from being reactive to changes in the global tax agenda and be more proactive towards securRead More...
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Africa’s Challenger banks set to cause a revolution
Johannesburg - Challenger banks in Africa are projected to storm ahead of their larger rivals, producing betterRead More...
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EU, Germany commits €12m for SADC regional integration
Gaborone - The European Union (EU) and Germany have committed €12 million to support national structures amongRead 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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Zambia takes lead on e-health
Jeff Kapembwa Lusaka- Zambia becomes the first country in Africa to launch the Growing Expertise in E-health KnRead More...
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SA records drop in new HIV infections
Johannesburg - The Human Science Research Council of South Africa has revealed that the number of new HIV InfectRead More...
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Why HIV infection is more prevalent in women than men in SADC
Women in the Southern African region are more vulnerable to HIV transmission compared to men as revealed by the Read More...
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When fibroids are a woman’s nightmare
Cecilia Chitauro (not her real name), a 31-year-old woman from Mazowe, Zimbabwe, is one of the several African wRead 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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Climate adapted farming through Conservation Agriculture
The Namibian Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry (MAWF) is fostering the uptake of Conservation AgricultRead More...
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Poachers kill 40 elephants in Botswana
Poachers have broken into Botswana’s prime tourism concession, killing more than 40 elephants.Read More...
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Tourism growth should be anchored on adequate infrastructure development
WITH tourism seen as a critical anchor for economic growth and job creation in Africa, there is an urgent need fRead More...
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Botswana in tourism boom
Botswana tourism is flourishing as over two million tourists have visited the country in the past two years, saiRead More...
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Africa’s tourism exhibits resilience to economic shocks
THE tourism sector in Africa has proved to be more resilient despite prevailing economic shocks across the contiRead 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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What is really happening in SADC?
Windhoek - The once peaceful daring region of Africa is fast seeing its non-violent image fading due to various Read More...
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Who has the power in SADC? Giving member states specific roles could result in a more effective Southern African Development Community.
Leaders of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) will meet in Windhoek next week for their 38th annuRead More...
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Urban land reform missing in the current debate
The Namibia government has been holding public consultations to get input from the populace regarding the land iRead More...
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Zim polls don't warrant foreign intervention
It looks like the silly season has engulfed Zimbabwe as the Southern African country heads for presidential, parRead More...