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Grammy Award winning UK soul singer to share stage with Zim Divas

Staff Reporter - May 25, 2017

Sharon Kavhu United Kingdom Grammy Award Winning soul singer Joss Stone is expected to share the stage with three Zimbabwean female musicians: Ammara Brown, Tamy Moyo and…

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World’s oldest Galapagos tortoise eating vegetables

Staff Reporter - May 22, 2017

NamPower guarantees R2 billion ZPC loan
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NamPower guarantees R2 billion ZPC loan

Staff Reporter - May 22, 2017

By Tiri Masawi Windhoek – Namibia’s state owned power utility NamPower will be paying for their power purchased from Zimbabwe directly to Standard Bank as a guarantee for…

Bumpy road ahead of Lesotho poll
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Bumpy road ahead of Lesotho poll

Staff Reporter - May 22, 2017

By  Sechaba Mokhethi Maseru – While the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) has announced determination to deliver a credible election and that they remain on course and faithful to…

Mugabe hopes for peaceful poll in Lesotho
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Mugabe hopes for peaceful poll in Lesotho

Staff Reporter - May 22, 2017

By Lovemore Ranga Mataire President Robert Mugabe has expressed hope the coming parliamentary elections in Lesotho will be conducted in a peaceful environment which will usher in…

Main Zim highway dualisation commissioned
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Main Zim highway dualisation commissioned

Staff Reporter - May 22, 2017

By Lovemore Ranga Mataire Harare - President Mugabe on Thursday commissioned the dualisation of Zimbabwe’s main highway linking the country with South Africa and Zambia. Besides facilitating…

Malawi irked by Tanzania border dispute talks delay
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Malawi irked by Tanzania border dispute talks delay

Staff Reporter - May 22, 2017

By Penelope Paliani Kamanga The government of Malawi has reacted angrily towards Tanzania’s move to postpone mediation talks over a dispute on Lake Malawi boundary. The two…

Botswana wants electric fence along Zim border
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Botswana wants electric fence along Zim border

Staff Reporter - May 22, 2017

By Bakang Mhaladi Gaborone - A lawmaker from the governing Botswana Democratic Party, Samson Guma-Moyo, has called for the erection of an electric fence along the country's…

SADC staff tell Mswati they want salary hike
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SADC staff tell Mswati they want salary hike

Staff Reporter - May 22, 2017

By Bakang Mhaladi Gaborone - The Southern African Development Community (SADC) secretariat staff last week told the regional bloc's chairperson, King Mswati III that their salaries are…

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World’s oldest galapagos tortoise in Zim

Staff Reporter - May 22, 2017

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Grammy Award winning UK soul singer to share stage with Zim Divas

Staff Reporter - May 25, 2017

Sharon Kavhu United Kingdom Grammy Award Winning soul singer Joss Stone is expected to share the stage with three Zimbabwean female musicians: Ammara Brown, Tamy Moyo and…

NamPower guarantees R2 billion ZPC loan
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NamPower guarantees R2 billion ZPC loan

Staff Reporter - May 22, 2017

By Tiri Masawi Windhoek – Namibia’s state owned power utility NamPower will be paying for their power purchased from Zimbabwe directly to Standard Bank as a guarantee for…

Bumpy road ahead of Lesotho poll
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Bumpy road ahead of Lesotho poll

Staff Reporter - May 22, 2017

By  Sechaba Mokhethi Maseru – While the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) has announced determination to deliver a credible election and that they remain on course and faithful to…

Mugabe hopes for peaceful poll in Lesotho
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Mugabe hopes for peaceful poll in Lesotho

Staff Reporter - May 22, 2017

By Lovemore Ranga Mataire President Robert Mugabe has expressed hope the coming parliamentary elections in Lesotho will be conducted in a peaceful environment which will usher in…

Main Zim highway dualisation commissioned
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Main Zim highway dualisation commissioned

Staff Reporter - May 22, 2017

By Lovemore Ranga Mataire Harare - President Mugabe on Thursday commissioned the dualisation of Zimbabwe’s main highway linking the country with South Africa and Zambia. Besides facilitating…

Malawi irked by Tanzania border dispute talks delay
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Malawi irked by Tanzania border dispute talks delay

Staff Reporter - May 22, 2017

By Penelope Paliani Kamanga The government of Malawi has reacted angrily towards Tanzania’s move to postpone mediation talks over a dispute on Lake Malawi boundary. The two…

Botswana wants electric fence along Zim border
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Botswana wants electric fence along Zim border

Staff Reporter - May 22, 2017

By Bakang Mhaladi Gaborone - A lawmaker from the governing Botswana Democratic Party, Samson Guma-Moyo, has called for the erection of an electric fence along the country's…

SADC staff tell Mswati they want salary hike
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SADC staff tell Mswati they want salary hike

Staff Reporter - May 22, 2017

By Bakang Mhaladi Gaborone - The Southern African Development Community (SADC) secretariat staff last week told the regional bloc's chairperson, King Mswati III that their salaries are…

Botswana hit by worldwide cyber attack
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Botswana hit by worldwide cyber attack

Staff Reporter - May 22, 2017

By  Mpho Tebele Gaborone - A computer virus by the name WannaCry that has hit over 150 countries since last Friday has invaded Botswana, leading to a shutdown…

Mtambanengwe left inspiring legacy – LSN
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Mtambanengwe left inspiring legacy – LSN

Staff Reporter - May 22, 2017

Windhoek - Justice Simpson Mtambanengwe left an inspiring legacy, the president of the Law Society of Namibia, Ramon Maasdorp said on Monday during the memorial service to…

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World’s oldest Galapagos tortoise eating vegetables

Staff Reporter - May 22, 2017

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World’s oldest galapagos tortoise in Zim

Staff Reporter - May 22, 2017

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Zim, Him choir performing during ‘Hallelujah night’ show

Staff Reporter - May 05, 2017

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Joyous Celebration performing ‘Only you are Holy’ in Zim

Staff Reporter - May 04, 2017

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Watch Joyous Celebration performing in Zim

Staff Reporter - May 04, 2017

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Joyous celebration founder Lindelani Mkhize dancing in Zim

Staff Reporter - May 04, 2017

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Caps united President reacts to CAF champions league draw

Staff Reporter - May 02, 2017

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Zim Tanga wekwa Sando performs at Chez Zandi

Staff Reporter - May 02, 2017

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Prophet Magaya wants to be a technical adviser of Zim national team

Staff Reporter - May 02, 2017

Former US President Bush, in Namibia
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Former US President Bush, in Namibia

Staff Reporter - Apr 07, 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)

Sally’s the best female muso in Southern Africa
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Sally’s the best female muso in Southern Africa

Staff Reporter - Nov 18, 2016

By Glen-Nora Tjipura WINDHOEK-“This is huge for me because you know that the AFRIMA are like the new Grammy Awards for Africa,” says the beaming Namibian songstress,…

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STYLE SELF EXPRESSION

Staff Reporter - Jan 17, 2014

  Own your own style, do your own thing and embrace your own unique beauty style.   Change your mind-set when you look at something in a…

Transforming villages through podcasting
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Transforming villages through podcasting

Staff Reporter - Feb 25, 2016

> Lazarus Sauti The use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) communication devices such as the radio, television, landline and cellular phones, computer hardware and software, satellite…

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Malawi increases fertiliser subsidy

Staff Reporter - May 28, 2007

The Deputy Minister Agriculture and Food Security Minister, Binton Kutsaira, said during the 2005/06 growing season, government subsidised the price of 147,000 metric tonnes of fertiliser. He…

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The night Chisora was robbed

Staff Reporter - Dec 12, 2011

The scores of patrons at Club Paramount, and upmarket nightclub in the heart of the dormitory town of Chitungwiza in Zimbabwe, on the night of December 3…

Bermuda steps up to revolutionise music scene
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Bermuda steps up to revolutionise music scene

Staff Reporter - Nov 18, 2016

WindhoekIn 2009, Maximillion Kadeen Kaoseb, better known KK’s ambition rose and saw him establishing his own record label, Bermuda Music Entertainment.The same year the multi-talented artist released the hit single, We…

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Latent HIV reservoir bigger than thought

Staff Reporter - Jan 24, 2014

  Over the past years, scientists and researchers have made incredible progress in the field of HIV research, resulting in the development of numerous medications that have…

‘Africa rising’ not over despite doom and gloom narrative
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‘Africa rising’ not over despite doom and gloom narrative

Staff Reporter - Mar 01, 2016

> Desie Heita Windhoek - The “Africa rising” story is not over despite the narrative gloom and doom on Africa, even when the continent is projected to…

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Models show off fashion as band launches album

Staff Reporter - Jun 03, 2007

The five firms were Josephine's Leather Works, Kaitoo Leather Products, Ndawapeka Jersey Supply, Rachel's Creations and Rachel's Designs. The hand-made quality Namibian products on display included leather…

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How a Somali rapper became the ‘Face of Africa’

Staff Reporter - Jan 13, 2012

Most people with any interest in soccer know that the FIFA World Cup was held for the first time in Africa in 2010 in South Africa. While…

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