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Speaker of Finnish parliament visits Namibia
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Speaker of Finnish parliament visits Namibia

Staff Reporter - Jan 23, 2018

Ellen Shihepo Windhoek - The Speaker of the Parliament of NN Maria Lohela is in Namibia on invitation from his Namibian counterpart Peter Katjavivi. Lohela is accompanied…

GMB in $208 million loss as Parly queries new boss appointment
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GMB in $208 million loss as Parly queries new boss appointment

Staff Reporter - Jan 23, 2018

Harare - The Grain Marketing Board (GMB) recorded a $208 million loss in 2017 owing to the Government pricing policy which makes it buy grain at $390…

Standard Bank to assist students in financial need
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Standard Bank to assist students in financial need

Staff Reporter - Jan 22, 2018

Ellen Shihepo Windhoek - Standard Bank says it will be issuing loans for students whose families can otherwise not carry the immediate financial responsibilities of tertiary education.…

AU declares 2018 anti-corruption year
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AU declares 2018 anti-corruption year

Staff Reporter - Jan 22, 2018

Harare  – The African Union (AU) said on  Monday it has declared 2018 the African anti-corruption year as the  continental body pushes to fight the vice that…

Hope for cervical patients in Zim
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Hope for cervical patients in Zim

Staff Reporter - Jan 22, 2018

Charity Ruzvidzo Zimbabwean women are expected to benefit immensely from the $500 000 cervical cancer screening machine donated by the Chinese ambassador today in Harare. Speaking at…

ED leaves for Davos
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ED leaves for Davos

Staff Reporter - Jan 22, 2018

Southern Times Reporter Harare- Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa left Harare Monday morning to attend the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, in what is a seen as…

SADC drought scare
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SADC drought scare

Staff Reporter - Jan 19, 2018

Mpho Tebele Gaborone - A devastating El Niño-induced drought, which affected an estimated 40 million people across the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region in 2016 is…

No textbook   formula on land reform – Mnangagwa
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No textbook formula on land reform – Mnangagwa

Staff Reporter - Jan 19, 2018

Timo Shihepo Windhoek - Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa has assured his Namibian counterpart Dr Hage Geingob that his administration would work towards creating its own currency as…

Mnangagwa lures Zim diasporans home
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Mnangagwa lures Zim diasporans home

Staff Reporter - Jan 19, 2018

Magreth Nunuhe Windhoek – The President of Zimbabwe, Emmerson Mnangagwa, has declared Zimbabwe open for business and called on his countrymen and women in the diaspora to…

Herero, Nama up ante on genocide reparations
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Herero, Nama up ante on genocide reparations

Staff Reporter - Jan 19, 2018

Magreth Nunuhe Okahandja – In a surprising turn of events, Germany, which has on three consecutive occasions declined to appear in a US Federal Court in 2017…

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Speaker of Finnish parliament visits Namibia
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Speaker of Finnish parliament visits Namibia

Staff Reporter - Jan 23, 2018

Ellen Shihepo Windhoek - The Speaker of the Parliament of NN Maria Lohela is in Namibia on invitation from his Namibian counterpart Peter Katjavivi. Lohela is accompanied…

GMB in $208 million loss as Parly queries new boss appointment
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GMB in $208 million loss as Parly queries new boss appointment

Staff Reporter - Jan 23, 2018

Harare - The Grain Marketing Board (GMB) recorded a $208 million loss in 2017 owing to the Government pricing policy which makes it buy grain at $390…

Standard Bank to assist students in financial need
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Standard Bank to assist students in financial need

Staff Reporter - Jan 22, 2018

Ellen Shihepo Windhoek - Standard Bank says it will be issuing loans for students whose families can otherwise not carry the immediate financial responsibilities of tertiary education.…

AU declares 2018 anti-corruption year
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AU declares 2018 anti-corruption year

Staff Reporter - Jan 22, 2018

Harare  – The African Union (AU) said on  Monday it has declared 2018 the African anti-corruption year as the  continental body pushes to fight the vice that…

Hope for cervical patients in Zim
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Hope for cervical patients in Zim

Staff Reporter - Jan 22, 2018

Charity Ruzvidzo Zimbabwean women are expected to benefit immensely from the $500 000 cervical cancer screening machine donated by the Chinese ambassador today in Harare. Speaking at…

ED leaves for Davos
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ED leaves for Davos

Staff Reporter - Jan 22, 2018

Southern Times Reporter Harare- Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa left Harare Monday morning to attend the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, in what is a seen as…

SADC drought scare
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SADC drought scare

Staff Reporter - Jan 19, 2018

Mpho Tebele Gaborone - A devastating El Niño-induced drought, which affected an estimated 40 million people across the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region in 2016 is…

No textbook   formula on land reform – Mnangagwa
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No textbook formula on land reform – Mnangagwa

Staff Reporter - Jan 19, 2018

Timo Shihepo Windhoek - Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa has assured his Namibian counterpart Dr Hage Geingob that his administration would work towards creating its own currency as…

Mnangagwa lures Zim diasporans home
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Mnangagwa lures Zim diasporans home

Staff Reporter - Jan 19, 2018

Magreth Nunuhe Windhoek – The President of Zimbabwe, Emmerson Mnangagwa, has declared Zimbabwe open for business and called on his countrymen and women in the diaspora to…

Herero, Nama up ante on genocide reparations
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Herero, Nama up ante on genocide reparations

Staff Reporter - Jan 19, 2018

Magreth Nunuhe Okahandja – In a surprising turn of events, Germany, which has on three consecutive occasions declined to appear in a US Federal Court in 2017…

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Watch: UZ students’ demonstrating against high fees
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Watch: UZ students’ demonstrating against high fees

Staff Reporter - Jun 28, 2017

Watch: Cow dung being used for green energy!
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Watch: Cow dung being used for green energy!

Staff Reporter - Jun 27, 2017

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

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Nam, SA signing an MoU on ICT cooperation and Cross border coordination

Staff Reporter - Sep 11, 2017

South Africa's Minister of Telecommunications and Postal Services Siyabonga Cwele signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to cooperate in the field of Information…

[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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Great Zimbabwe: A Forgotten History

Staff Reporter - Mar 06, 2012

The civilisation of Great Zimbabwe was one of the most significant civilisations in the world during the medieval period. European travellers from Germany, Portugal, and Britain were…

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Antelope Park: Where the jungle has been tamed

Staff Reporter - Mar 14, 2016

Freedom Mupanedemo It’s exhilaratingly thrilling in the African savannah when a tourist gets to experience a feel of conquering the wild after walking side-by-side with the most…

ED holds bilateral talks with Geingob
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ED holds bilateral talks with Geingob

Staff Reporter - Jan 16, 2018

Timo Shihepo Windhoek - Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa paid a courtesy visit to Namibia’s President Hage Geingob today and discussed various topics ranging from politics to trade. Briefing…

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Get involved, youths told

Staff Reporter - Jun 10, 2007

The challenge comes from the World Assembly of Youth (WAY) secretary general, Donald Charumbira, who told The Southern Times in Malaysia's tourist town of Malacca that youths…

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Four companies to explore for oil, gas

Staff Reporter - Mar 12, 2006

The Rovuma basin covers an area of 60,000 square kilometres in the provinces of Nampula and Cabo Delgado. Given its size it has been divided into seven…

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Researchers identify good bacteria that protects against HIV

Staff Reporter - Apr 04, 2014

  Scientists have, for the first time, grown vaginal skin cells outside the body to improve chances of identifying the good bacteria that protect women from HIV…

Where does the ICC go from here?
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Where does the ICC go from here?

Staff Reporter - Nov 28, 2016

> Simon Allison IT HAS been a long, hard couple of weeks for the International Criminal Court (ICC). The trouble began with the announcement that Burundi would…

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Hard times for Zambia’s MMD

Staff Reporter - Mar 16, 2012

Lusaka - Zambia’s former ruling party, the Movement for Multiparty Democracy (MMD), is reeling. After 20 straight years in power, the party has been de-registered for not…

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Construction of Tanzania-Uganda oil pipeline to start in August

Staff Reporter - Mar 17, 2016

ARUSHA, Tanzania - Construction of the long-awaited Tanzania-Uganda crude oil pipeline is expected to start in August this year, and will be completed in 2019, officials said.…

Ethiopian Airlines to help resuscitate Zambia Airways
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Ethiopian Airlines to help resuscitate Zambia Airways

Staff Reporter - Jan 19, 2018

Jeff Kapembwa Lusaka – The Zambian Government plans to revive the national carrier as part of its economic revitalisation initiative by maximising existing potential in various line…

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