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Nujoma: Reflections of an icon
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Nujoma: Reflections of an icon

Staff Reporter - Feb 24, 2017

By Dr Sam Nujoma My maternal grandfather, Kondombolo Ka Kambulua, grew up in Uukuambi during the reign of Chief Nujoma UaHeelu.  Kondombolo was trained as a warrior…

Governments should think twice before putting children in detention – UN expert Manfred Nowak
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Governments should think twice before putting children in detention – UN expert Manfred Nowak

Staff Reporter - Feb 24, 2017

Despite progress in the realisation of children’s rights, as set out in the Convention on the Rights of the Child, which entered into force on 2 September…

A continental beacon of hope and struggle against imperial domination
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A continental beacon of hope and struggle against imperial domination

Staff Reporter - Feb 24, 2017

By Lovemore Ranga Mataire PRESIDENT ROBERT Mugabe celebrated his 93nd birthday on 21 February, marking a major milestone in the life of a mortal blessed with the…

Zanu-PF Youth League reiterates call for national holiday for President Mugabe’s birthday
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Zanu-PF Youth League reiterates call for national holiday for President Mugabe’s birthday

Staff Reporter - Feb 24, 2017

By Lovemore Ranga Mataire THE ZANU-PF Youth League has reiterated its call for President Mugabe’s 21st February birthday to be declared a national holiday owing to his…

I am not against use of rand – Mugabe
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I am not against use of rand – Mugabe

Staff Reporter - Feb 24, 2017

By Lovemore Ranga Mataire PRESIDENT MUGABE has said the Ministry of Finance and the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe have been somewhat lethargic ensuring that the South African…

Mugabe worried about ‘backdoor’ takeover of land
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Mugabe worried about ‘backdoor’ takeover of land

Staff Reporter - Feb 24, 2017

By Lovemore Ranga Mataire PRESIDENT MUGABE has derided some resettled farmers, who had bequeathed their farms to former commercial farmers under the guise of partnership saying the…

Africa urged to radically improve environment, public care
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Africa urged to radically improve environment, public care

Staff Reporter - Feb 24, 2017

By Emmanuel Koro YOUNG AFRICAN leaders have called for a radical and wise approach towards using and managing all types of the continent’s resources, including money, in…

A rough guide to foreign military bases in Africa
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A rough guide to foreign military bases in Africa

Staff Reporter - Feb 24, 2017

By Obi Anyadike It’s a symptom of the fragility of African states, and the power of external interests. The long and inglorious history of intervention runs from…

Botswana mining industry adopts sustainability model
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Botswana mining industry adopts sustainability model

Staff Reporter - Feb 24, 2017

By Mpho Tebele GABORONE- MINES in Botswana would be the first in Africa to adopt a Canadian model of sustainability that requires members to continuously assess their…

Export incentive spur production
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Export incentive spur production

Staff Reporter - Feb 24, 2017

By Tichaona Kurewa HARARE-THE five percent export incentive the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) introduced in 2016 is spurring production in most sectors of the economy, the…

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Nujoma: Reflections of an icon
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Nujoma: Reflections of an icon

Staff Reporter - Feb 24, 2017

By Dr Sam Nujoma My maternal grandfather, Kondombolo Ka Kambulua, grew up in Uukuambi during the reign of Chief Nujoma UaHeelu.  Kondombolo was trained as a warrior…

Governments should think twice before putting children in detention – UN expert Manfred Nowak
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Governments should think twice before putting children in detention – UN expert Manfred Nowak

Staff Reporter - Feb 24, 2017

Despite progress in the realisation of children’s rights, as set out in the Convention on the Rights of the Child, which entered into force on 2 September…

A continental beacon of hope and struggle against imperial domination
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A continental beacon of hope and struggle against imperial domination

Staff Reporter - Feb 24, 2017

By Lovemore Ranga Mataire PRESIDENT ROBERT Mugabe celebrated his 93nd birthday on 21 February, marking a major milestone in the life of a mortal blessed with the…

Zanu-PF Youth League reiterates call for national holiday for President Mugabe’s birthday
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Zanu-PF Youth League reiterates call for national holiday for President Mugabe’s birthday

Staff Reporter - Feb 24, 2017

By Lovemore Ranga Mataire THE ZANU-PF Youth League has reiterated its call for President Mugabe’s 21st February birthday to be declared a national holiday owing to his…

I am not against use of rand – Mugabe
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I am not against use of rand – Mugabe

Staff Reporter - Feb 24, 2017

By Lovemore Ranga Mataire PRESIDENT MUGABE has said the Ministry of Finance and the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe have been somewhat lethargic ensuring that the South African…

Mugabe worried about ‘backdoor’ takeover of land
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Mugabe worried about ‘backdoor’ takeover of land

Staff Reporter - Feb 24, 2017

By Lovemore Ranga Mataire PRESIDENT MUGABE has derided some resettled farmers, who had bequeathed their farms to former commercial farmers under the guise of partnership saying the…

Africa urged to radically improve environment, public care
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Africa urged to radically improve environment, public care

Staff Reporter - Feb 24, 2017

By Emmanuel Koro YOUNG AFRICAN leaders have called for a radical and wise approach towards using and managing all types of the continent’s resources, including money, in…

A rough guide to foreign military bases in Africa
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A rough guide to foreign military bases in Africa

Staff Reporter - Feb 24, 2017

By Obi Anyadike It’s a symptom of the fragility of African states, and the power of external interests. The long and inglorious history of intervention runs from…

Botswana mining industry adopts sustainability model
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Botswana mining industry adopts sustainability model

Staff Reporter - Feb 24, 2017

By Mpho Tebele GABORONE- MINES in Botswana would be the first in Africa to adopt a Canadian model of sustainability that requires members to continuously assess their…

Export incentive spur production
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Export incentive spur production

Staff Reporter - Feb 24, 2017

By Tichaona Kurewa HARARE-THE five percent export incentive the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) introduced in 2016 is spurring production in most sectors of the economy, the…

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Refugees protest living conditions at Bots refugee camp

Southern African News - Mar 16, 2014

  Gaborone - Three refugees from Dukwi Refugee camp, Timothy Yamin, Musa Mohammed and Peter Muganga are protesting what they term “callous” conditions at the camp. The three…

Vendor arrested over unlicensed cucashop
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Vendor arrested over unlicensed cucashop

Staff Reporter - Sep 23, 2016

Omuthiya The police on Wednesday arrested and allegedly manhandled a street vendor for trading without valid documents. The alleged victim claims the town council is to blame…

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SA sets ambitious goal to create 5 mln jobs by 2020

Southern African News - Oct 29, 2010

Johannesburg - South Africa has set a new growth path that will focus on private-sector investment and job creation in a mixed economy, with President Jacob Zuma’s cabinet…

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SWAPO gets bigger seal of approval

Southern African News - Dec 08, 2014

  Windhoek –  The Namibian electorate has responded positively to the ruling Swapo Party’s appeal to give it another mandate to lead the country and continue to…

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Need to initiate early ARV therapy in all infants

Southern African News - Nov 26, 2012

Although ART therapy is expanding impressively in many countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, several countries still need urgent action towards the elimination of HIV infection among children. Without…

It’s an all women festival at FNCC
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It’s an all women festival at FNCC

Staff Reporter - Nov 25, 2016

WindhoekThe Franco Namibian Cultural Centre (FNCC) and Prolific Media Events present a ‘Women’s Festival’ to celebrate women tomorrow at the FNCC.The festival is for everyone with an…

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Botswana strikes gas

Southern African News - Sep 17, 2006

It is sitting on massive, potentially lucrative gas resources on the eastern side of the Kalahari Karoo basin. Both a Namibian private radio station and the SABC…

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WBCG aggressive marketing pays off

Southern African News - Oct 13, 2014

  Windhoek - Namibia’s Walvis Bay Corridor Group (WBCG) says mineral exports volumes from the Democratic Republic of Congo and Zambia through the deep water port of Walvis…

More than 50 elephant tusks confiscated
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More than 50 elephant tusks confiscated

Staff Reporter - Sep 16, 2016

Windhoek Since March the Namibian police have confiscated a total of 57 elephant tusks, 60 unlicensed firearms and 151 rounds of ammunition, in the course of which…

Fidel Castro was one of a kind
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Fidel Castro was one of a kind

Staff Reporter - Dec 02, 2016

Today, Namibia starts three days of mourning in memory of the late Cuban revolutionary leader, Fidel Castro, who died a week ago in his native Cuba, oceans…

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