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Namibia suspends imports and movement of live poultry
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Namibia suspends imports and movement of live poultry

Staff Reporter - Jun 26, 2017

Melania Simeon WINDHOEK - The Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry has suspended the import and in-transit movement of live poultry, birds, poultry products, ostriches and ostrich…

Eight killed in Harare-Mutare road accident near Dema Marondera, Zim
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Eight killed in Harare-Mutare road accident near Dema Marondera, Zim

Staff Reporter - Jun 26, 2017

  Zimbabwe Eight people were killed when a commuter omnibus they were travelling in from Hwedza to Harare rammed into a stationary haulage truck in Dema today.…

A Zim couple killed in SA, their one year old spared
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A Zim couple killed in SA, their one year old spared

Staff Reporter - Jun 26, 2017

  Nqobile Tshili, Chronicle Correspondent A ZIMBABWEAN couple from Bulawayo’s Nkulumane suburb was gunned down at their home in South Africa’s Johannesburg but the killers spared their…

Zimbabwe to host 2019 Cricket World Cup?
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Zimbabwe to host 2019 Cricket World Cup?

Staff Reporter - Jun 26, 2017

  ZIMBABWE stand a great chance of hosting next year’s International Cricket Council 2019 Cricket World Cup qualifiers with a decision imminent. spent the whole of last…

Jamaican singer, Antony B performing in Zim
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Jamaican singer, Antony B performing in Zim

Staff Reporter - Jun 26, 2017

Antony B performing at Glamis Arena, Zimbabwe (pic: Innocent Makava) The Jamaican star chanting on stage (pics: Innocent Makava)…

Is Swapo facing survival challenge?
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Is Swapo facing survival challenge?

Staff Reporter - Jun 26, 2017

By Tileni Mongudhi Namibia’s President Hage Geingob is perhaps facing the sternest leadership test of his life as he tries to keep his ruling Swapo Party intact…

Scramble for youth voters in Zimbabwe
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Scramble for youth voters in Zimbabwe

Staff Reporter - Jun 26, 2017

By Lovemore Ranga Mataire Harare - Beyond the rhetoric, varying political manifestos, philosophies and ideologies, Zimbabwean political parties have found common ground in accepting the truism of…

Tempers fly at African ministers of trade meeting
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Tempers fly at African ministers of trade meeting

Staff Reporter - Jun 26, 2017

By Timo Shihepo Niamey – Several African ministers of trade were engaged in a heated verbal bust-up at the sixth African ministerial meeting of Continental Free Trade…

Mosisili claims elections rigged  ……..appeals for SADC sponsored forensic audit
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Mosisili claims elections rigged ……..appeals for SADC sponsored forensic audit

Staff Reporter - Jun 26, 2017

By Sechaba Mokhethi Maseru - While conceding defeat in the June 3 Lesotho elections, leaders of the outgoing seven-party coalition claim the entire electoral process was rigged,…

Botswana forges ahead with arms race despite outcry
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Botswana forges ahead with arms race despite outcry

Staff Reporter - Jun 26, 2017

By Mpho Tebele Gaborone - President Ian Khama this week said that Botswana is going ahead with procurement of Gripen fighter jets dismissing calls to halt multi…

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Namibia suspends imports and movement of live poultry
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Namibia suspends imports and movement of live poultry

Staff Reporter - Jun 26, 2017

Melania Simeon WINDHOEK - The Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry has suspended the import and in-transit movement of live poultry, birds, poultry products, ostriches and ostrich…

Eight killed in Harare-Mutare road accident near Dema Marondera, Zim
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Eight killed in Harare-Mutare road accident near Dema Marondera, Zim

Staff Reporter - Jun 26, 2017

  Zimbabwe Eight people were killed when a commuter omnibus they were travelling in from Hwedza to Harare rammed into a stationary haulage truck in Dema today.…

A Zim couple killed in SA, their one year old spared
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A Zim couple killed in SA, their one year old spared

Staff Reporter - Jun 26, 2017

  Nqobile Tshili, Chronicle Correspondent A ZIMBABWEAN couple from Bulawayo’s Nkulumane suburb was gunned down at their home in South Africa’s Johannesburg but the killers spared their…

Zimbabwe to host 2019 Cricket World Cup?
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Zimbabwe to host 2019 Cricket World Cup?

Staff Reporter - Jun 26, 2017

  ZIMBABWE stand a great chance of hosting next year’s International Cricket Council 2019 Cricket World Cup qualifiers with a decision imminent. spent the whole of last…

Jamaican singer, Antony B performing in Zim
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Jamaican singer, Antony B performing in Zim

Staff Reporter - Jun 26, 2017

Antony B performing at Glamis Arena, Zimbabwe (pic: Innocent Makava) The Jamaican star chanting on stage (pics: Innocent Makava)…

Is Swapo facing survival challenge?
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Is Swapo facing survival challenge?

Staff Reporter - Jun 26, 2017

By Tileni Mongudhi Namibia’s President Hage Geingob is perhaps facing the sternest leadership test of his life as he tries to keep his ruling Swapo Party intact…

Scramble for youth voters in Zimbabwe
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Scramble for youth voters in Zimbabwe

Staff Reporter - Jun 26, 2017

By Lovemore Ranga Mataire Harare - Beyond the rhetoric, varying political manifestos, philosophies and ideologies, Zimbabwean political parties have found common ground in accepting the truism of…

Tempers fly at African ministers of trade meeting
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Tempers fly at African ministers of trade meeting

Staff Reporter - Jun 26, 2017

By Timo Shihepo Niamey – Several African ministers of trade were engaged in a heated verbal bust-up at the sixth African ministerial meeting of Continental Free Trade…

Mosisili claims elections rigged  ……..appeals for SADC sponsored forensic audit
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Mosisili claims elections rigged ……..appeals for SADC sponsored forensic audit

Staff Reporter - Jun 26, 2017

By Sechaba Mokhethi Maseru - While conceding defeat in the June 3 Lesotho elections, leaders of the outgoing seven-party coalition claim the entire electoral process was rigged,…

Botswana forges ahead with arms race despite outcry
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Botswana forges ahead with arms race despite outcry

Staff Reporter - Jun 26, 2017

By Mpho Tebele Gaborone - President Ian Khama this week said that Botswana is going ahead with procurement of Gripen fighter jets dismissing calls to halt multi…

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Watch: Women and law in sadc on child marriages
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Watch: Women and law in sadc on child marriages

Staff Reporter - Jun 21, 2017

Watch: A mobile clinic for pests in Zimbabwe
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Watch: A mobile clinic for pests in Zimbabwe

Staff Reporter - Jun 21, 2017

Listen to the challenges & achievement of sadc energy
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Listen to the challenges & achievement of sadc energy

Staff Reporter - Jun 21, 2017

Watch: Joss Storm performing in Zim
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Watch: Joss Storm performing in Zim

Staff Reporter - Jun 04, 2017

World’s oldest Galapagos tortoise eating vegetables
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World’s oldest Galapagos tortoise eating vegetables

Staff Reporter - May 22, 2017

World’s oldest galapagos tortoise in Zim
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World’s oldest galapagos tortoise in Zim

Staff Reporter - May 22, 2017

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[PHOTOS] The Southern Times Worship Festival
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[PHOTOS] The Southern Times Worship Festival

The Southern Times - Dec 13, 2016

Shakinah glory-Erongo region performs at the Benjamin Dube show (Picture by Sharon Kavhu)

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SA Zulus to revive circumcision to fight Aids

Staff Reporter - Dec 11, 2009

    The king of South Africa’s Zulus has proposed reintroducing circumcision - formerly practised as a ritual by Zulus - to help fight the spread of…

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Africa: United in error, divided by truth

Staff Reporter - Dec 04, 2011

Giving alms to Africa remains one of the biggest crusades of our time; millions march for it, governments are judged by it, celebrities say much for the…

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Behold the new Maradona

Staff Reporter - Jun 25, 2006

The image of Maradona slaloming past the entire England defence to score his team's second goal in that quarter-final showdown in Mexico has remained one of the…

FAO unveils N$1.6 billion drought plan for ten southern Africa states
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FAO unveils N$1.6 billion drought plan for ten southern Africa states

Staff Reporter - Nov 15, 2016

Windhoek – In response to soaring needs, the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the UN (FAO) last Friday launched its Southern Africa El Niño Response Plan, which appeals…

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Minister Moyo commends The Southern Times

Staff Reporter - Dec 13, 2013

  Zimbabwe’s Information, Media and Broadcasting Services Minister, Professor Jonathan Moyo, has commended The Southern Times

Swimmers only have two chances to qualify for Rio
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Swimmers only have two chances to qualify for Rio

Staff Reporter - Feb 18, 2016

Windhoek - With the deadline for qualification for the 2016 Rio Olympic Games looming, Namibian swimmers are left with two more chances to qualify for the global…

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Bots To Sell Uncut Diamonds To India

Staff Reporter - Jan 08, 2010

India is reported to be mulling plans to sign an agreement with Botswana to directly buy uncut diamonds for its diamond cutting and finishing industry. "This is…

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CAF backs Blatter on racism

Staff Reporter - Dec 04, 2011

The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has written a letter expressing its support for FIFA President Joseph S Blatter following criticism of comments he made related to…

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Africa yet to meet destiny

Staff Reporter - Jul 02, 2006

Next year it will be 30 years since Pele made those remarks but Africa's flame is fading with each passing World Cup finals. On Tuesday night, Africa's…

Bank warns against advance  fee fraud
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Bank warns against advance fee fraud

Staff Reporter - Nov 17, 2016

WindhoekBank Windhoek has warned the public and its customers to be vigilant against advance fee fraud. Advance fee fraud gets its name from the fact that a…

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