ZUMA VOTE what next for the ANC?
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ZUMA VOTE what next for the ANC?

Staff Reporter - Aug 14, 2017

Cape Town – The defeat of the no confidence motion against South Africa President Jacob Zuma in the country’s parliament on Tuesday might not have been a…

‘Property right clause should not have been fundamental right’
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‘Property right clause should not have been fundamental right’

Staff Reporter - Aug 14, 2017

By Magreth Nunuhe Windhoek – The universal right to property clause should not have been made a fundamental right in the Namibian Constitution that was adopted at…

Remembering Zimbabwe’s gallant liberation fighters on Heroes Day
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Remembering Zimbabwe’s gallant liberation fighters on Heroes Day

Staff Reporter - Aug 14, 2017

By Lovemore Ranga Mataire Harare - 0n 29 July 2017, President Mugabe told multitudes of youths gathered at Chinhoyi University of Technology grounds that he would soon…

Global community failing on breastfeeding effort
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Global community failing on breastfeeding effort

Staff Reporter - Aug 14, 2017

By Lahja Nashuuta Windhoek- The global community has failed to meet recommended standards for breastfeeding, a new report by the by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF)…

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Obasanjo urges Hichilema to concede elections defeat

Staff Reporter - Aug 14, 2017

By Jeff Kapembwa Lusaka - Hakainde Hichilema, Zambia’s opposition leader detained on treason charges, needs to accept the results of the presidential elections held last year and respect…

SADC election observers in Luanda for August 23 polls
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SADC election observers in Luanda for August 23 polls

Staff Reporter - Aug 14, 2017

By Santos Vilola Luanda - The SADC Electoral Observer Mission has arrived in Angola to monitor the country's forthcoming general elections on 23 August. The 20-member mission…

Nyusi meets Dhlakama in Gorongosa
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Nyusi meets Dhlakama in Gorongosa

Staff Reporter - Aug 14, 2017

Maputo – Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi on Saturday met Afonso Dhlakama, leader of Renamo, the main opposition party in the country. Dhlakama has not been seen in…

Malawi’s pressure group invites Malema and Zambia’s Chishimba
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Malawi’s pressure group invites Malema and Zambia’s Chishimba

Staff Reporter - Aug 14, 2017

By Penelope Paliani Kamanga BLANTYRE - Transformation Alliance (TA), a political pressure group, has announced that it has invited South African and Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius…

RFLAUN grow in leaps and bounds
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RFLAUN grow in leaps and bounds

Staff Reporter - Aug 14, 2017

The Retirement Fund for Local Authorities and Utility Services in Namibia (RFLAUN) is an umbrella fund established for the Employees of Local Authorities and Utility Services distributors…

Let Angolans chart their own course
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Let Angolans chart their own course

Staff Reporter - Aug 14, 2017

Angolans go to the polls towards the end of this month to choose a new leader to replace President Eduardo dos Santos, who is stepping down after…

SADC hosts Industrialisation Week
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SADC hosts Industrialisation Week

Staff Reporter - Aug 14, 2017

By Sifelani Tsiko The second SADC industrialisation week was held recently in South Africa amid calls to further promote regional integration and economic growth to help improve…

Climate-friendly agric transforming lives in Bulilima
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Climate-friendly agric transforming lives in Bulilima

Staff Reporter - Aug 14, 2017

By Lazarus Sauti Bulilima – The climate in Bulilima, a semi-arid district in Matabeleland South Province of Zimbabwe, is more like that of Kalahari Desert, a desolate…

Chinese ‘Blue helmets’ called ‘brothers’ in Congo
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Chinese ‘Blue helmets’ called ‘brothers’ in Congo

Staff Reporter - Aug 14, 2017

Brazzaville - Located along Lake Kivu in Bukavu city in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is the campsite of the engineering unit of Chinese peacekeeping forces…

Reminded to remember: Africa is in danger
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Reminded to remember: Africa is in danger

Staff Reporter - Aug 14, 2017

• This is the first of a series of articles by Lukas I Nantanga in which he writes about ‘Fallacies of logic’ deliberately designed by rich countries…

Secret ballot outcome – does Zuma dream of electoral sheep?
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Secret ballot outcome – does Zuma dream of electoral sheep?

Staff Reporter - Aug 14, 2017

This was the eighth no confidence motion tabled against President Jacob Zuma, and the only one by secret ballot. There was talk of something called a “conscience”.…

Namibia’s housing prices normalise
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Namibia’s housing prices normalise

Staff Reporter - Aug 14, 2017

By Magreth Nunuhe WINDHOEK – For the first time in five years, Namibia’s housing prices seem to be persistently gravitating towards normal prices as indicated in the…

Birds banned from Harare Agric Show
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Birds banned from Harare Agric Show

Staff Reporter - Aug 14, 2017

By Wallace Mawire HARARE – The Harare Agricultural Show’s (HAS) 107th edition has banned the display of live birds at this year’s show because of fears the…

Zim market not yet affected by bird flu, says association
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Zim market not yet affected by bird flu, says association

Staff Reporter - Aug 14, 2017

HARARE – The local poultry market is yet to feel the impact of the contagious bird flu disease which has killed thousands of chickens, an official has…

Zambia seek Chinese expertise in nuclear energy
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Zambia seek Chinese expertise in nuclear energy

Staff Reporter - Aug 14, 2017

By Jeff Kapembwa LUSAKA – Zambia has now turned to China in seeking to increase its power generation capacity including nuclear energy as demand by local and…

Botswana, DeBeers sign MoU to diversify economy
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Botswana, DeBeers sign MoU to diversify economy

Staff Reporter - Aug 14, 2017

By Mpho Tebele GABORONE – Botswana’s Ministry of Investment, Trade and Industry this week signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the DeBeers Group of Companies to expand the…