SADC’s hungry millions: what is in store at climate change meeting?
Gaborone - At least 27 million people in Southern Africa, who were hoping to benefit from the multi-billion-dollar appeal launched by SADC in 2016 to assist them in coping with the El Niño-induced drought, have been left in the lurch as they are still vulnerable. ...Read More
Raw materials dominate SADC trade
Windhoek – Trade in Southern Africa is dominated by raw materials of ores and metals making up the highest percentage in the export of goods basket, while the lowest percentage of exports is in finished (manufactured) goods. ...Read More
Lavishness dents Lourenço’s drive to rid Angola of luxury
Luanda - Ahead of his just-concluded trip to former colonial master, Portugal, Angolan President Joao Lourenço vehemently shot down assertions that he was wealthy. ...Read More
Man stabs ex-girlfriend to death following argument
A 33-year-old man has been arrested after he allegedly stabbed his ex-girlfriend to death and injured his four-year-old daughter in Reitz, Free State. ...Read More