Zim hip hop has a lot to learn from Mzansi’s best
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Zim hip hop has a lot to learn from Mzansi’s best

Editor Southern Times - Sep 22, 2017

Sharon Kavhu Harare – South African rapper Cassper Nyovest’s outstanding performance and audience response at Glamis Arena proved that Zimbabwe’s hip hop has a lot to learn…

Elemotho shares experience on getting into music festivals
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Elemotho shares experience on getting into music festivals

Editor Southern Times - Sep 22, 2017

Andreas Thomas Windhoek – Namibia’s most travelled musician – Elemotho – has offered valuable insights and encouragement to other local artistes who want to follow in his…

Three cultures, three nations, three artists conversations
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Three cultures, three nations, three artists conversations

Editor Southern Times - Sep 22, 2017

Tinashe Muchuri Art is defined as life and a reflection of the society’s conversations through creatively expressed objects. Art is also deemed to be a connection of…

Sports development in Southern Africa – the financial challenge
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Sports development in Southern Africa – the financial challenge

Editor Southern Times - Sep 22, 2017

The process of transforming and developing the sporting landscape in Southern Africa is both simple and complex. It is a paradox in the sense that finances are…

Khama gets R1m payout but there are many beggars on S  A’s PSL beach of gold
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Khama gets R1m payout but there are many beggars on S A’s PSL beach of gold

Editor Southern Times - Sep 22, 2017

Robson Sharuko Harare – It’s been dubbed the El Dorado of African football – a top-flight league backed by some of the richest companies on the continent,…

Sundowns on course to banish back door African champs noise
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Sundowns on course to banish back door African champs noise

Editor Southern Times - Sep 22, 2017

Robson Sharuko Harare – LAST year, they were mocked as back door champions, who have been wearing borrowed robes since their coronation as kings in Egypt, but…

Fox Entertainment, Sony Max, La Liga and English premiership now on GOtv
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Fox Entertainment, Sony Max, La Liga and English premiership now on GOtv

Editor Southern Times - Sep 22, 2017

Lahja Nashuuta Windhoek - GOtv subscribers will soon have access to Hollywood entertainment when Multichoice Namibia introduces a new package to be known as GOtv Max. GOtv Max…

Zimbabwe athletes denied cash after using wrong route
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Zimbabwe athletes denied cash after using wrong route

Editor Southern Times - Sep 22, 2017

Bakang Mhaladi Gaborone - Zimbabwe’s leading long distance runners, Tabitha Tsatsa and Samukeliso Moyo were left disappointed after the organisers of a 42km marathon disqualified them for…

Bots Premiership roars into life after delays
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Bots Premiership roars into life after delays

Editor Southern Times - Sep 22, 2017

Bakang Mhaladi Gaborone - After a lengthy off season, Botswana’s football fans will take their seats at various stadiums over the weekend as the BTC Premiership finally…

Track and field events need more money: Naimhwaka
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Track and field events need more money: Naimhwaka

Editor Southern Times - Sep 22, 2017

Hesron Kapanga Windhoek - Athletics Namibia President Erwin Naimhwaka has called on the corporate world to increase sponsorships of track and field events to bring it to…

Blow peace trumpet, Mugabe tells Trump
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Blow peace trumpet, Mugabe tells Trump

Editor Southern Times - Sep 22, 2017

From Munyaradzi Huni in New York, US Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has said the world is “embarrassed, if not frightened” by what appears to be a return…

Geingob reiterates calls for UN reforms
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Geingob reiterates calls for UN reforms

Editor Southern Times - Sep 22, 2017

Namibian President Hage Geingob has called for reforms of the UN Security Council, which he said must have an African representation. This tallies in with the African…

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…