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There will never be another Mafela
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There will never be another Mafela

Staff Reporter - Mar 24, 2017

> Thandisizwe Mgudlwa and Sharon Kavhu SO Joe Mafela is no more. He was 75. ‘Bra Joe’ as he was fondly known passed on in the evening…

Silver screen stars get recognition in SA
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Silver screen stars get recognition in SA

Staff Reporter - Mar 24, 2017

By Sharon Kavhu HARARE - South African Film and Television stars were honoured with golden horns during the 11th annual South African Film and Television Awards (SAFTAS)…

Mother’s love inspires Monica Pinias to write
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Mother’s love inspires Monica Pinias to write

Staff Reporter - Mar 24, 2017

By Adolf Kaure WINDHOEK – Monica Pinias, who fascinated Namibians with her recently launched second novel ‘Love, Sex and Flight Tickets’, says she has her mother (who…

Mampi sensitive to cyber bullies
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Mampi sensitive to cyber bullies

Staff Reporter - Mar 24, 2017

By Sharon Kavhu HARARE - Renowned Zambian R & B musician, Mirriam ‘Mampi’ Mukape, has warned celebrities against bullying each other on social media saying it shows high…

Crocodile Cage Diving: Neutralising human-wildlife conflict
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Crocodile Cage Diving: Neutralising human-wildlife conflict

Staff Reporter - Mar 24, 2017

By Tichaona Owen Kurewa VICTORIA FALLS - The phrase “diving with crocodiles” can send chills down the spine of anyone who knows how ferocious and ruthless a…

ADHD not to be confused with personality
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ADHD not to be confused with personality

Staff Reporter - Mar 24, 2017

By Lahja Nashuuta ATTENTION-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a brain disorder marked by an ongoing pattern of inattention and hyperactivity-impulsivity that interferes with brain functioning or development,…

Back to the drawing board for Southern African football
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Back to the drawing board for Southern African football

Staff Reporter - Mar 24, 2017

By Andrew Bonani Kamanga THE mountain has fallen, literally! Issa Hayatou, the Cameroonian giant, is no longer at the helm of African football. The man who dominated…

SA in new crisis after match-fixing revelations
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SA in new crisis after match-fixing revelations

Staff Reporter - Mar 24, 2017

ANOTHER scandal hit South African soccer on Monday when world football governing body, FIFA, said the national team’s World Cup qualifying win over Senegal last year was…

IOC’s Fredericks to remain on IAAF council during probe: Coe
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IOC’s Fredericks to remain on IAAF council during probe: Coe

Staff Reporter - Mar 24, 2017

By Steve Keating NEW YORK – Frankie Fredericks will stay on the IAAF Council while an ethics board reviews allegations that he accepted payments before the awarding of…

TP Mazembe’s empire crumbling – Congolese giants lose their way in African football
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TP Mazembe’s empire crumbling – Congolese giants lose their way in African football

Staff Reporter - Mar 24, 2017

By Robson Sharuko HARARE – About a decade after billionaire businessman Moise Katumbi transformed TP Mazembe into one of the most powerful football clubs in Africa, winning the…

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There will never be another Mafela
Art
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There will never be another Mafela

Staff Reporter - Mar 24, 2017

> Thandisizwe Mgudlwa and Sharon Kavhu SO Joe Mafela is no more. He was 75. ‘Bra Joe’ as he was fondly known passed on in the evening…

Silver screen stars get recognition in SA
Art
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Silver screen stars get recognition in SA

Staff Reporter - Mar 24, 2017

By Sharon Kavhu HARARE - South African Film and Television stars were honoured with golden horns during the 11th annual South African Film and Television Awards (SAFTAS)…

Mother’s love inspires Monica Pinias to write
Art
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Art
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Mother’s love inspires Monica Pinias to write

Staff Reporter - Mar 24, 2017

By Adolf Kaure WINDHOEK – Monica Pinias, who fascinated Namibians with her recently launched second novel ‘Love, Sex and Flight Tickets’, says she has her mother (who…

Mampi sensitive to cyber bullies
Art
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Art
0 shares197 views

Mampi sensitive to cyber bullies

Staff Reporter - Mar 24, 2017

By Sharon Kavhu HARARE - Renowned Zambian R & B musician, Mirriam ‘Mampi’ Mukape, has warned celebrities against bullying each other on social media saying it shows high…

Crocodile Cage Diving: Neutralising human-wildlife conflict
Travel
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Travel
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Crocodile Cage Diving: Neutralising human-wildlife conflict

Staff Reporter - Mar 24, 2017

By Tichaona Owen Kurewa VICTORIA FALLS - The phrase “diving with crocodiles” can send chills down the spine of anyone who knows how ferocious and ruthless a…

ADHD not to be confused with personality
Health Matters
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Health Matters
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ADHD not to be confused with personality

Staff Reporter - Mar 24, 2017

By Lahja Nashuuta ATTENTION-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a brain disorder marked by an ongoing pattern of inattention and hyperactivity-impulsivity that interferes with brain functioning or development,…

Back to the drawing board for Southern African football
Sports
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Back to the drawing board for Southern African football

Staff Reporter - Mar 24, 2017

By Andrew Bonani Kamanga THE mountain has fallen, literally! Issa Hayatou, the Cameroonian giant, is no longer at the helm of African football. The man who dominated…

SA in new crisis after match-fixing revelations
Sports
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Sports
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SA in new crisis after match-fixing revelations

Staff Reporter - Mar 24, 2017

ANOTHER scandal hit South African soccer on Monday when world football governing body, FIFA, said the national team’s World Cup qualifying win over Senegal last year was…

IOC’s Fredericks to remain on IAAF council during probe: Coe
Sports
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Sports
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IOC’s Fredericks to remain on IAAF council during probe: Coe

Staff Reporter - Mar 24, 2017

By Steve Keating NEW YORK – Frankie Fredericks will stay on the IAAF Council while an ethics board reviews allegations that he accepted payments before the awarding of…

TP Mazembe’s empire crumbling – Congolese giants lose their way in African football
Sports
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Sports
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TP Mazembe’s empire crumbling – Congolese giants lose their way in African football

Staff Reporter - Mar 24, 2017

By Robson Sharuko HARARE – About a decade after billionaire businessman Moise Katumbi transformed TP Mazembe into one of the most powerful football clubs in Africa, winning the…

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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)

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My art is a journey: Martine Joaris Masson

Staff Reporter - Apr 01, 2007

"My life as a painter has been a long journey; it has been a journey influenced by many people and by questions that have arisen as my…

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Basil Breakey’s images: An important recording of South African jazz

Staff Reporter - May 05, 2014

  A few weeks ago, the Central Library in the Cape Town made a book maze from books that were intended to be pulped. Inserted in between the…

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Cholera cases swell to 745 in Lusaka

Staff Reporter - Apr 19, 2016

THE number of cholera cases in Lusaka Province has risen to 745 since the waterborne disease broke out in the first week of February. Provincial medical officer…

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Beware of the predatory politician

Staff Reporter - Apr 10, 2012

A common argument in post-colonial discourse has been, as this paper has noted before, that of how Europe underdeveloped Africa. It is an argument that is as…

General
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‘Brace for price increases in 2011’  

Staff Reporter - Nov 22, 2010

Windhoek - Namibia’s inflation, which hit its lowest levels in October, could rise in the first quarter of 2011 propelled upwards by global prices of basic commodities,…

Sizo hakikubina feela – Geingob
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Sizo hakikubina feela – Geingob

Staff Reporter - Dec 12, 2016

Katima MuliloMueteleli wa naha, Hage Geingob u ize, sizo hakikuli kikubina feela kapa kuitenga mwalitaba zakubuisana kono kuiputezi lika zeshutana-shutana zabutokwa zeobasile bokukwaluna.Nafitisize manzwi ao nako ya…

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Of intellectual fundamentalism

Staff Reporter - Apr 08, 2007

I always find that I am not inclined to debate with him, and so escape his intellectual traps by employing all manner of tactics. It is not…

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Buried Treasure: Namdeb seeks technology breakthrough to tap mid-water gems

Staff Reporter - May 12, 2014

   Windhoek - Global diamond miner, De Beers, says an anticipated breakthrough in technology will enable it to tap into an estimated 80 million carats of marine diamonds…

Randgold in Congo gold venture with Israel’s Gertler, state miner
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Randgold in Congo gold venture with Israel’s Gertler, state miner

Staff Reporter - Apr 25, 2016

Kinshasa – Randgold Resources has entered a joint venture in Democratic Republic of Congo with a company controlled by Israeli billionaire Dan Gertler and a state miner,…

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Reaping the Peace Dividend

Staff Reporter - Apr 16, 2012

A decade after the end of a civil war that killed half-a-million people, wrecked cities and sowed its interior with mines, Angola’s oil-fuelled renaissance is visible in…

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