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SMALL-AND-medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are businesses whose personnel numbers fall below certain limits. SMEs play a major role in most economies, particularly in developing countries. 

The Southern Times - Feb 21, 2017

SMALL-AND-medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are businesses whose personnel numbers fall below certain limits. SMEs play a major role in most economies, particularly in developing countries.

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DR Congo’s path to peaceful democratic transition just got narrower

The Southern Times - Feb 21, 2017

ON THE evening of February 1, Etienne Tshisekedi died in hospital in Brussels, leaving behind a gaping hole in the façade of the Congolese opposition.

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South Africa’s sugar tax:

The Southern Times - Feb 21, 2017

SOUTH AFRICA’S planned sugar tax has come under severe scrutiny from its parliamentarians. The questions they are grappling with are whether the country needs a tax and how effective it will be.

Africa: The Case for  Decolonising Nationalism
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Africa: The Case for Decolonising Nationalism

The Southern Times - Feb 21, 2017

PATRIOTISM IS the maddening fire that drives men and women to war, to kill and be killed for their countries. It is an inexplicable and beyond sense love and commitment to nation, country and history.

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KUDU PRESS STATEMENT

The Southern Times - Feb 21, 2017

KUDU PRESS STATEMENT

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An Experience of Pain and Anguish

The Southern Times - Feb 21, 2017

Bahati was 10 years old when she was told she should “get prepared to become a real Maasai woman” She knew what this meant.

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Bird flu in Uganda exposes gaps in Africa’s plans to manage pandemics

The Southern Times - Feb 21, 2017

THE STRAIN of avian influenza detected in wild and domestic birds in Uganda recently is the same virus that has spread through Asia and Europe over the past four months. Revealed as the H5N8 avian influenza strain, it is thought to have spread across continents via wild migratory birds.

China’s Investment in Africa:  The New Colonialism?
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China’s Investment in Africa: The New Colonialism?

The Southern Times - Feb 21, 2017

AFRICA IS no stranger to exploitation. After decades of colonial rule under major Western powers, the continent was left with a legacy of harsh, imperialist rule that set it back years in modernization.

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To love freely or to love responsibly

The Southern Times - Feb 21, 2017

I BELIEVE in love. I have no doubt in my head that there is such a thing called love. I love being in love, that awesome feeling of having someone in your life who makes you smile, sing and giggle.

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Blocked by Trump, unwanted by Kenya, Somali refugees face new crisis as famine looms

The Southern Times - Feb 21, 2017

> FEATURE Blocked by Trump, unwanted by Kenya, Somali refugees face new crisis as famine looms > Obi Anyadike Somali refugees have no good options any more.…

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SMALL-AND-medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are businesses whose personnel numbers fall below certain limits. SMEs play a major role in most economies, particularly in developing countries. 

The Southern Times - Feb 21, 2017

SMALL-AND-medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are businesses whose personnel numbers fall below certain limits. SMEs play a major role in most economies, particularly in developing countries.

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DR Congo’s path to peaceful democratic transition just got narrower

The Southern Times - Feb 21, 2017

ON THE evening of February 1, Etienne Tshisekedi died in hospital in Brussels, leaving behind a gaping hole in the façade of the Congolese opposition.

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South Africa’s sugar tax:

The Southern Times - Feb 21, 2017

SOUTH AFRICA’S planned sugar tax has come under severe scrutiny from its parliamentarians. The questions they are grappling with are whether the country needs a tax and how effective it will be.

Africa: The Case for  Decolonising Nationalism
Foreign
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Foreign
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Africa: The Case for Decolonising Nationalism

The Southern Times - Feb 21, 2017

PATRIOTISM IS the maddening fire that drives men and women to war, to kill and be killed for their countries. It is an inexplicable and beyond sense love and commitment to nation, country and history.

News
0 shares179 views

KUDU PRESS STATEMENT

The Southern Times - Feb 21, 2017

KUDU PRESS STATEMENT

News
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An Experience of Pain and Anguish

The Southern Times - Feb 21, 2017

Bahati was 10 years old when she was told she should “get prepared to become a real Maasai woman” She knew what this meant.

Health Matters
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Bird flu in Uganda exposes gaps in Africa’s plans to manage pandemics

The Southern Times - Feb 21, 2017

THE STRAIN of avian influenza detected in wild and domestic birds in Uganda recently is the same virus that has spread through Asia and Europe over the past four months. Revealed as the H5N8 avian influenza strain, it is thought to have spread across continents via wild migratory birds.

China’s Investment in Africa:  The New Colonialism?
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China’s Investment in Africa: The New Colonialism?

The Southern Times - Feb 21, 2017

AFRICA IS no stranger to exploitation. After decades of colonial rule under major Western powers, the continent was left with a legacy of harsh, imperialist rule that set it back years in modernization.

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To love freely or to love responsibly

The Southern Times - Feb 21, 2017

I BELIEVE in love. I have no doubt in my head that there is such a thing called love. I love being in love, that awesome feeling of having someone in your life who makes you smile, sing and giggle.

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Blocked by Trump, unwanted by Kenya, Somali refugees face new crisis as famine looms

The Southern Times - Feb 21, 2017

> FEATURE Blocked by Trump, unwanted by Kenya, Somali refugees face new crisis as famine looms > Obi Anyadike Somali refugees have no good options any more.…

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TST women in leadership conference, 2016

Staff Reporter - Feb 14, 2017

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Watch fall armyworm ravaging maize crops in Zim

Staff Reporter - Feb 10, 2017

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Is Charma Gal being snubbed by Zim Divas? (listen to her side of the story)

Staff Reporter - Jan 31, 2017

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Charma Gal speaks on why she admires Zim talent

Staff Reporter - Jan 28, 2017

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A makeshift school made of pole and dagga (View)

Staff Reporter - Jan 28, 2017

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Watch Jah Cure’s live performance in Zim

Staff Reporter - Dec 17, 2016

Solo surf travel: How to plan a Solo Surf Trip
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Solo surf travel: How to plan a Solo Surf Trip

The Southern Times - Jul 03, 2016

Planet Earth is a big place, and as over 70% of it is ocean with around 620,000km of coastline, there are a lot of places to go surfing.…

SABMiller shareholders okay US$103bn takeover
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SABMiller shareholders okay US$103bn takeover

Staff Reporter - Sep 30, 2016

By Martinne Geller JOHANNESBURG-SABMiller shareholders approved the brewer’s takeover by rival Anheuser-Busch InBev on Wednesday, paving the way for one of the biggest proposed mergers in history. The…

The Southern African Development Community Parliamentary Forum
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The Southern African Development Community Parliamentary Forum

Staff Reporter - Dec 01, 2015

> The Southern African Development Community Parliamentary Forum held its 38th Plenary Session from 21-24 November 2015 in Swakopmund, Namibia, under the theme ‘ From MDGs to…

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Modelling agencies compete for supremacy

Southern African News - Dec 04, 2009

  • Southern Times Writer  Windhoek’s most active modelling agency – the Zambezi Modelling Academy (ZAM) and Basic Africa Modelling Academy (BAMA) on Friday clashed on the…

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WB Cautions Zambia over Debt Management

Southern African News - Dec 20, 2013

  Lusaka ‑The World Bank has said Zambia has enough room to borrow from external sources for the improvement of its economic infrastructure. However, there is need…

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Guebuza sworn in for second term

Southern African News - Jan 15, 2010

MAPUTO - Armando Emilio Guebuza (66) was sworn in for a second term as president of the republic of Mozambique on Thursday at a ceremony in the…

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Zim in China power deal

Southern African News - May 07, 2013

Harare - The Zimbabwe government expects to seal a deal with a Chinese bank to fund extension of Kariba South Power Station by June, Energy and Power…

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R750 mln flood relief for SA farmers

Southern African News - Mar 07, 2011

Johannesburg - South Africa’s Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) is giving R750 million to farmers affected by the recent flood and drought. The IDC’s head of agro industries, Rian…

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Bots gays go to court

Southern African News - Feb 28, 2011

Gaborone - Gays in Botswana have gone to court to challenge the legality of Section 164 of the Penal Code that criminalizes same sex relationships.   The Attorney…

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Liquidity crunch hits Zim milk production

Southern African News - Apr 25, 2014

  Bulawayo - Zimbabwe’s first quarter raw milk production has dropped two percent to 13.1 million litres compared to the same period last year owing to liquidity crunch…

Namvula content with Namibia bow
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Namvula content with Namibia bow

Staff Reporter - Nov 07, 2016

By Glen-Nora Tjipura WINDHOEK-ZAMBIAN folk songstress Namvula Rennie thrilled music fans during a performance at the Franco-Namibia Cultural Centre (FNCC) last Friday in the capital. Simply known…

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