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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…

Botswana softball player moves to Japanese side
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Botswana softball player moves to Japanese side

Staff Reporter - Mar 24, 2017

By Bakang Mhaladi GABORONE - Ghetto Yankees highly rated pitcher, Samuel Kunyalala has moved to Japanese side, Daiwa in a historic switch. However, the player will only…

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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
Art
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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
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
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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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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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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…

Botswana softball player moves to Japanese side
Sports
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Botswana softball player moves to Japanese side

Staff Reporter - Mar 24, 2017

By Bakang Mhaladi GABORONE - Ghetto Yankees highly rated pitcher, Samuel Kunyalala has moved to Japanese side, Daiwa in a historic switch. However, the player will only…

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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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Hope and blues from Bots gems

Staff Reporter - Aug 10, 2013

The village of Maboane pumps 22.3 million litres of water daily - enough to fill nine Olympic-sized swimming pools - but its 2 000 inhabitants rarely taste…

Namibia and Cuba strengthen economic ties
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Namibia and Cuba strengthen economic ties

Staff Reporter - Nov 02, 2015

> Magreth Nunuhe Windhoek – Namibia cemented its economic relations with Cuba last week when the two countries established a joint working group to promote and strengthen…

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Anti-Zim campaign now absurd

Staff Reporter - Oct 07, 2007

Discerning viewers would ask: "But why are the authorities at the hospital advertising their utter incompetence not only to the world, but to a television reporter who…

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Africa’s case for reparations

Staff Reporter - Apr 29, 2011

Why Africa needs reparations Windhoek - Decades after the end of colonialism, mass graves and further evidence of the atrocities perpetrated by Europe in Southern Africa continue…

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Wailing band blazes on

Staff Reporter - Apr 09, 2006

The matter lies in the significance of this album to Zimbabwean music when seen in the context of a number of circumstances. Being the band's very first…

50-km fence angers villagers
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50-km fence angers villagers

Staff Reporter - Oct 19, 2016

OmuthiyaVillagers at Elavi No. 2 in Oshikoto Region are up in arms over what they allege is the illegal fencing of communal land stretching some 50 kilometres, which covers most of…

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Making Film Make Sense

Staff Reporter - Aug 13, 2013

The demand for African film in foreign circles is no doubt growing at a significant rate. Both consumers and foreign filmmakers are eying the continent as an…

Africa the ‘new China’  when it comes to appetite for retail
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Africa the ‘new China’ when it comes to appetite for retail

Staff Reporter - Nov 09, 2015

> Staff Writer Windhoek - The African continent is experiencing rapid retail expansion, and is being compared to China in 1987 when it was predicated to be…

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Zim’s exports to S. Africa grew

Staff Reporter - Aug 03, 2008

Exports of manufactured goods to South Africa accounted for 19.6 percent of Zimbabwe's external trade in 2006, but this grew to 26.8 percent last year, according to…

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Dealing with ARV drugs side-effects

Staff Reporter - May 03, 2011

Windhoek - Like just about every other medicine, antiretroviral drugs can have negative and very uncomfortable side-effects. These unwanted effects are often mild, but sometimes they can…

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