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What’s happening in Zim?
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Editor Southern Times - Nov 17, 2017

By Innocent Gore Harare - Calm returned to Zimbabwe this week after the military appeared to have taken over the government earlier in the week in protest against…

War vets back army
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War vets back army

Editor Southern Times - Nov 17, 2017

By Lovemore Ranga Mataire HARARE - Veterans of Zimbabwe’s liberation struggle have backed the military’s intervention in the political affairs of the country saying the move was necessary…

DRC snubs SADC peace envoy
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DRC snubs SADC peace envoy

Editor Southern Times - Nov 17, 2017

By Timo Shihepo Windhoek – The government of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) under President Joseph Kabila has refused to host former Namibia’s president, Hifikepunye Pohamba, as…

Deadly plague in Madagascar similar to ebola
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Deadly plague in Madagascar similar to ebola

Editor Southern Times - Nov 17, 2017

The deadly plague epidemic in Madagascar which has killed 165 people appears to be similar to the ebola outbreak, a concerned scientist has warned. Dr Derek Gatherer,…

Namibia finally moves to pass the anti-human trafficking law
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Namibia finally moves to pass the anti-human trafficking law

Editor Southern Times - Nov 17, 2017

By Lahja Nashuuta Windhoek - After years of procrastination, Namibia has finally moved to enact a stand-alone legislation against human trafficking in the country. The new law that…

Geingob confident of victory at congress
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Geingob confident of victory at congress

Editor Southern Times - Nov 17, 2017

By Southern Times Writer WINDHOEK - Namibia’s President Hage Geingob has assured his supporters that his march to the ruling SWAPO Party presidency next weekend is a fait…

Moza forests under threat, warns Minister       
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Moza forests under threat, warns Minister       

Editor Southern Times - Nov 17, 2017

Maputo – Forests still cover 51 percent of Mozambique, but this percentage is declining thanks to slash and burn agriculture, the exploitation of wood fuel, notably charcoal,…

Malawi on high alert over plague
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Malawi on high alert over plague

Editor Southern Times - Nov 17, 2017

Malawi has been put on high alert over fears the plague, which has killed at least 140 people in Madagascar, could hit the Southern African country. It…

Malawi tests urine for TB, hopes for a faster diagnosis
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Malawi tests urine for TB, hopes for a faster diagnosis

Editor Southern Times - Nov 17, 2017

By Penelope Paliani-Kamanga Blantyre - Malawi has embarked on a cost-effective, quick urine test for tuberculosis (TB), which if successfully administered could save lives. A  study conducted last year…

Let’s develop agriculture and kick hunger out of Africa
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Let’s develop agriculture and kick hunger out of Africa

Editor Southern Times - Nov 17, 2017

The rainy season is once again upon us and with Southern Africa facing prospects of normal to below normal rainfall in November and December, and normal to…

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What’s happening in Zim?
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What’s happening in Zim?

Editor Southern Times - Nov 17, 2017

By Innocent Gore Harare - Calm returned to Zimbabwe this week after the military appeared to have taken over the government earlier in the week in protest against…

War vets back army
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War vets back army

Editor Southern Times - Nov 17, 2017

By Lovemore Ranga Mataire HARARE - Veterans of Zimbabwe’s liberation struggle have backed the military’s intervention in the political affairs of the country saying the move was necessary…

DRC snubs SADC peace envoy
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DRC snubs SADC peace envoy

Editor Southern Times - Nov 17, 2017

By Timo Shihepo Windhoek – The government of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) under President Joseph Kabila has refused to host former Namibia’s president, Hifikepunye Pohamba, as…

Deadly plague in Madagascar similar to ebola
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Deadly plague in Madagascar similar to ebola

Editor Southern Times - Nov 17, 2017

The deadly plague epidemic in Madagascar which has killed 165 people appears to be similar to the ebola outbreak, a concerned scientist has warned. Dr Derek Gatherer,…

Namibia finally moves to pass the anti-human trafficking law
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Namibia finally moves to pass the anti-human trafficking law

Editor Southern Times - Nov 17, 2017

By Lahja Nashuuta Windhoek - After years of procrastination, Namibia has finally moved to enact a stand-alone legislation against human trafficking in the country. The new law that…

Geingob confident of victory at congress
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Geingob confident of victory at congress

Editor Southern Times - Nov 17, 2017

By Southern Times Writer WINDHOEK - Namibia’s President Hage Geingob has assured his supporters that his march to the ruling SWAPO Party presidency next weekend is a fait…

Moza forests under threat, warns Minister       
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Moza forests under threat, warns Minister       

Editor Southern Times - Nov 17, 2017

Maputo – Forests still cover 51 percent of Mozambique, but this percentage is declining thanks to slash and burn agriculture, the exploitation of wood fuel, notably charcoal,…

Malawi on high alert over plague
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Malawi on high alert over plague

Editor Southern Times - Nov 17, 2017

Malawi has been put on high alert over fears the plague, which has killed at least 140 people in Madagascar, could hit the Southern African country. It…

Malawi tests urine for TB, hopes for a faster diagnosis
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Malawi tests urine for TB, hopes for a faster diagnosis

Editor Southern Times - Nov 17, 2017

By Penelope Paliani-Kamanga Blantyre - Malawi has embarked on a cost-effective, quick urine test for tuberculosis (TB), which if successfully administered could save lives. A  study conducted last year…

Let’s develop agriculture and kick hunger out of Africa
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Let’s develop agriculture and kick hunger out of Africa

Editor Southern Times - Nov 17, 2017

The rainy season is once again upon us and with Southern Africa facing prospects of normal to below normal rainfall in November and December, and normal to…

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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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SA heads for space

Staff Reporter - Aug 06, 2006

The satellite, to be launched from Russia in December this year, will be used to download images of South Africa from space in an effort to help…

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The serial killing society

Staff Reporter - Apr 30, 2012

  The United States of America is an out of the ordinary country. a country that has serially killed non-white peoples for no other reason than that…

‘Stranded’ footballers appeal to corporate world
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‘Stranded’ footballers appeal to corporate world

Staff Reporter - Sep 16, 2016

Windhoek Representing hundreds of young jobless footballers that are roaming the streets without much hope for the future, the second vice-president of the Namibia Football Players’ Union…

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“Beauty is a therapy” … it also sells

Staff Reporter - Feb 19, 2010

Windhoek-The adage that 'dreams are drivers into the future' rings true of Olive Natasha Petersen, a young self-driven, self-motivated Windhoek beautician who, armed only with her ambition,…

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Modernisation of Dar Port begins

Staff Reporter - May 05, 2015

  When the Tanzanian government mooted the Big Results Now (BRN) initiative recently, some critics thought it was business as usual. However, the detractors have been proved…

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Dakar Biennale: Bringing modern African art to the world stage

Staff Reporter - Jun 02, 2014

  The march music stops and the camera screens come to life as 70 small black cannons fire a shower of golden confetti high above the crowds.…

Accelerate climate action and raise ambition, urges UN chief
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Accelerate climate action and raise ambition, urges UN chief

Staff Reporter - Nov 13, 2017

Bonn – As the impact of climate change worsens around the world, United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres has called on the global community to redouble efforts to…

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SA’s credit growth surges

Staff Reporter - Aug 06, 2006

Analysts said the effects of monetary policy tightening earlier that month had yet to filter through into the economy, and demand for credit was expected to slow…

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Bottlenecks

Staff Reporter - May 14, 2012

Delays at border posts stifle intra-African trade Windhoek - A combination of road checkpoints, customs procedures, delays at border posts and transport infrastructure bottlenecks are choking African…

Good rain forecast brings hope
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Good rain forecast brings hope

Staff Reporter - Sep 19, 2016

By Andreas Thomas WINDHOEK - SOUTHERN African meteorological services last week brought welcome news that the coming rainy season is expected to see above average rainfall figures. The…

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