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Namibia shuts down debate on land issue
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Namibia shuts down debate on land issue

Editor Southern Times - Sep 21, 2017

  Lahja Nashuuta WINDHOEK - The Minister of Land and Resettlement Utoni Nujoma has shut down all discussion related to land resettlement and distribution in the country…

Zim regains food security status
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Zim regains food security status

Editor Southern Times - Sep 21, 2017

Lovemore Ranga Mataire Dogged by persistent droughts and incapacitated by Western induced economic sanctions for decades, Zimbabwe has through its Command Agriculture initiative managed to regain food…

Development of an African mineral resource classification system now underway
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Development of an African mineral resource classification system now underway

Editor Southern Times - Sep 21, 2017

  Addis Ababa – A pioneering initiative to set up an African Mineral Resource Classification (AMREC) system based on the United Nations Frameworks Classification for Fossil Energy and…

Kenyatta supporters stage protests
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Kenyatta supporters stage protests

Staff Reporter - Sep 20, 2017

  NAIROBI. – Hundreds of Jubilee supporters held demonstrations outside the Supreme Court in the capital Nairobi, accusing the country’s top court of “stealing their victory”. The…

UN General Assembly debate kicks off
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UN General Assembly debate kicks off

Staff Reporter - Sep 20, 2017

    Munyaradzi Huni in New York, US The United Nations General Assembly’s annual debate started yesterday with the UN and the US preoccupied with developments in…

Elephant kills woman in Malawi
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Elephant kills woman in Malawi

Staff Reporter - Sep 20, 2017

  A Malawi woman, Aida Nkuzi was attacked by a wild elephant which left her for dead in Nkhotakota area where resides. According to Nkhotalota police deputy…

Fire destroys 83 military vehicles worth millions
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Fire destroys 83 military vehicles worth millions

Staff Reporter - Sep 18, 2017

PRETORIA/CAPE TOWN. — Millions of rands worth of military vehicles were destroyed in a fire at a vehicle depot at Wallmannstal north of Pretoria last week when…

Kenya poll rerun doubtful as acrimony deepens
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Kenya poll rerun doubtful as acrimony deepens

Staff Reporter - Sep 18, 2017

  NAIROBI. — Doubts are growing over Kenya’s ability to hold a rerun of its presidential election in just one month as key players remain unable to…

Biometric Voter Registration exercise begins
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Biometric Voter Registration exercise begins

Editor Southern Times - Sep 18, 2017

Harare, September 18, 2017 (New Ziana) – The national Biometric Voter Registration (BVR) exercise commenced on Monday on a low note as few people made their way to register under the…

COMMUNIQUÉ OF THE DOUBLE TROIKA SUMMIT OF SADC HEADS OF STATE AND GOVERNMENT
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COMMUNIQUÉ OF THE DOUBLE TROIKA SUMMIT OF SADC HEADS OF STATE AND GOVERNMENT

Editor Southern Times - Sep 18, 2017

1. The Double Troika Summit of the Heads of State and Government of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) was held at OR Tambo Building, Department of…

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Namibia shuts down debate on land issue
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Namibia shuts down debate on land issue

Editor Southern Times - Sep 21, 2017

  Lahja Nashuuta WINDHOEK - The Minister of Land and Resettlement Utoni Nujoma has shut down all discussion related to land resettlement and distribution in the country…

Zim regains food security status
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Zim regains food security status

Editor Southern Times - Sep 21, 2017

Lovemore Ranga Mataire Dogged by persistent droughts and incapacitated by Western induced economic sanctions for decades, Zimbabwe has through its Command Agriculture initiative managed to regain food…

Development of an African mineral resource classification system now underway
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Development of an African mineral resource classification system now underway

Editor Southern Times - Sep 21, 2017

  Addis Ababa – A pioneering initiative to set up an African Mineral Resource Classification (AMREC) system based on the United Nations Frameworks Classification for Fossil Energy and…

Kenyatta supporters stage protests
Politics
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Kenyatta supporters stage protests

Staff Reporter - Sep 20, 2017

  NAIROBI. – Hundreds of Jubilee supporters held demonstrations outside the Supreme Court in the capital Nairobi, accusing the country’s top court of “stealing their victory”. The…

UN General Assembly debate kicks off
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UN General Assembly debate kicks off

Staff Reporter - Sep 20, 2017

    Munyaradzi Huni in New York, US The United Nations General Assembly’s annual debate started yesterday with the UN and the US preoccupied with developments in…

Elephant kills woman in Malawi
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Elephant kills woman in Malawi

Staff Reporter - Sep 20, 2017

  A Malawi woman, Aida Nkuzi was attacked by a wild elephant which left her for dead in Nkhotakota area where resides. According to Nkhotalota police deputy…

Fire destroys 83 military vehicles worth millions
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Fire destroys 83 military vehicles worth millions

Staff Reporter - Sep 18, 2017

PRETORIA/CAPE TOWN. — Millions of rands worth of military vehicles were destroyed in a fire at a vehicle depot at Wallmannstal north of Pretoria last week when…

Kenya poll rerun doubtful as acrimony deepens
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Kenya poll rerun doubtful as acrimony deepens

Staff Reporter - Sep 18, 2017

  NAIROBI. — Doubts are growing over Kenya’s ability to hold a rerun of its presidential election in just one month as key players remain unable to…

Biometric Voter Registration exercise begins
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Biometric Voter Registration exercise begins

Editor Southern Times - Sep 18, 2017

Harare, September 18, 2017 (New Ziana) – The national Biometric Voter Registration (BVR) exercise commenced on Monday on a low note as few people made their way to register under the…

COMMUNIQUÉ OF THE DOUBLE TROIKA SUMMIT OF SADC HEADS OF STATE AND GOVERNMENT
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COMMUNIQUÉ OF THE DOUBLE TROIKA SUMMIT OF SADC HEADS OF STATE AND GOVERNMENT

Editor Southern Times - Sep 18, 2017

1. The Double Troika Summit of the Heads of State and Government of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) was held at OR Tambo Building, Department of…

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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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Peace and poetry of Troutbeck

Staff Reporter - Apr 16, 2006

It has been burning for 55 years, a celebration of one of the country's most exclusive retreats, crisp with mountain air in the beautiful setting of Zimbabwe's…

Troubled Botswana FA suspends CEO
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Troubled Botswana FA suspends CEO

Staff Reporter - Oct 21, 2016

By Bakang Mhladi GABORONE – BOTSWANA Football Association (BFA) chief executive officer, Kitso Kemoeng, was suspended this week sending local football into fresh turbulence. Straight from a referees…

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Bots gives farmers nod to export live cattle

Staff Reporter - Aug 27, 2013

Gaborone – The government of Botswana has granted farmers permission to export live cattle older than 30 months to countries within the region effective from August 5…

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Capacitate women farmers

Staff Reporter - Nov 16, 2015

> Lazarus Sauti Every day, rural women in Zimbabwe play a critical role in ensuring agricultural productivity and food security in the country. These women, notes a…

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Destiny’s Child star regrets cost of love

Staff Reporter - Aug 03, 2008

The singer picked up last-minute plane flights so she could be with her unnamed fiance during breaks in her Destiny's Child schedule and, at one point, racked…

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The stolen African song … composers died poor, heartbroken

Staff Reporter - May 09, 2011

Windhoek - One of the most painful truths is that African music gave birth to Western rhythm and beat. Another very painful truth is that African composers…

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Stop poaching medical staff: WHO

Staff Reporter - Apr 16, 2006

WHO says the African and Asian nations are suffering from brain drain instituted by richer western and first world nations and that the critical shortage of medical…

Second Bank Windhoek agency for Swakopmund
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Second Bank Windhoek agency for Swakopmund

Staff Reporter - Oct 21, 2016

WindhoekBank Windhoek confirmed the opening of its new agency in Swakopmund on Wednesday, October 19 at the recently opened Platz Am Meer shopping centre. The new agency…

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Handing it to handball

Staff Reporter - Sep 02, 2013

Harare - Handball is a dynamic, popular and exciting sport that requires athleticism, strength and stamina, great fitness and - most of all - teamwork. It is…

Dr Theo-Ben Gurirab  bids farewell to Parliament
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Dr Theo-Ben Gurirab bids farewell to Parliament

Staff Reporter - Nov 23, 2015

> The former Speaker of the Namibian National Assembly, Dr Theo-Ben Gurirab, bid farewell to Parliament at a reception in honour of him on 11 November 2015.…

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