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Angola ready for elections
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Angola ready for elections

Editor Southern Times - Aug 21, 2017

By Innocent Gore Angola is generally prepared to hold elections on 23 August, the head of the SADC Electoral Observation Mission (SEOM) to the country’s polls, Dr Susan…

A lack of political will remains SADC’s Achilles heel
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A lack of political will remains SADC’s Achilles heel

Editor Southern Times - Aug 21, 2017

SADC was established as an inter-governmental body to promote sustainable and equitable economic growth as well as socio-economic development through efficient productive systems, deeper co-operation and integration,…

Zuma won, but the ANC will never be a united party again
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Zuma won, but the ANC will never be a united party again

Editor Southern Times - Aug 21, 2017

By Prince Mashele To say there is victory in defeat sounds like a contradiction in terms. But, this is exactly what happened when South Africa’s opposition parties…

Paladin Energy crashes, files for insolvency
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Paladin Energy crashes, files for insolvency

Editor Southern Times - Aug 21, 2017

By Collins Mtika MUZUZ – Paladin Energy, operators of Kayelekela Uranaium Mine in Karonga Malawi and Langer Heinrich in Namibia has filed for insolvency at the Australian…

Malawi strategises to unlock unbanked $1bn
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Malawi strategises to unlock unbanked $1bn

Editor Southern Times - Aug 21, 2017

By Collins Mtika MUZUZ - Malawi has unveiled a three-year blueprint that seeks to incorporate about USD1.3 billion which it believes is circulating outside the formal financial…

ZB Bank resumes international transacting after sanctions lifting
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ZB Bank resumes international transacting after sanctions lifting

Editor Southern Times - Aug 21, 2017

HARARE –  ZB Financial Holdings (ZBFH) is slowly offering international business services after the bank was taken off United States sanctions last year, an official has said.…

Investors to set up cable car facility at Tokwe-Mukosi
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Investors to set up cable car facility at Tokwe-Mukosi

Editor Southern Times - Aug 21, 2017

By Walter Mswazie  CHIVI – The Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) is on the verge of luring a South African investors, Cable-Way to set up a cable car…

Mozambique to export power to Malawi
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Mozambique to export power to Malawi

Editor Southern Times - Aug 21, 2017

By Collins Mtika MUZUZU - Mozambique has indicated that power exports to Malawi could begin in 2022, almost two decades after the two countries signed a power…

Nam downgraded to ‘junk status’ . . . Government to limit its borrowing to the Rand
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Nam downgraded to ‘junk status’ . . . Government to limit its borrowing to the Rand

Editor Southern Times - Aug 21, 2017

By Magreth Nunuhe WINDHOEK – Namibia’s Minister of Finance, Calle Schlettwein, says that limiting government’s borrowing to the South African Rand will be a good approach if…

The danger of supplementing aid to Africa with weapons
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The danger of supplementing aid to Africa with weapons

Editor Southern Times - Aug 21, 2017

By Earl Conteh-Morgan During the recent G-20 meeting in Germany, Chancellor Angela Merkel floated the idea that African countries should be given weapons as part of development aid so…

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Angola ready for elections
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Angola ready for elections

Editor Southern Times - Aug 21, 2017

By Innocent Gore Angola is generally prepared to hold elections on 23 August, the head of the SADC Electoral Observation Mission (SEOM) to the country’s polls, Dr Susan…

A lack of political will remains SADC’s Achilles heel
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A lack of political will remains SADC’s Achilles heel

Editor Southern Times - Aug 21, 2017

SADC was established as an inter-governmental body to promote sustainable and equitable economic growth as well as socio-economic development through efficient productive systems, deeper co-operation and integration,…

Zuma won, but the ANC will never be a united party again
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Zuma won, but the ANC will never be a united party again

Editor Southern Times - Aug 21, 2017

By Prince Mashele To say there is victory in defeat sounds like a contradiction in terms. But, this is exactly what happened when South Africa’s opposition parties…

Paladin Energy crashes, files for insolvency
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Paladin Energy crashes, files for insolvency

Editor Southern Times - Aug 21, 2017

By Collins Mtika MUZUZ – Paladin Energy, operators of Kayelekela Uranaium Mine in Karonga Malawi and Langer Heinrich in Namibia has filed for insolvency at the Australian…

Malawi strategises to unlock unbanked $1bn
Business
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Malawi strategises to unlock unbanked $1bn

Editor Southern Times - Aug 21, 2017

By Collins Mtika MUZUZ - Malawi has unveiled a three-year blueprint that seeks to incorporate about USD1.3 billion which it believes is circulating outside the formal financial…

ZB Bank resumes international transacting after sanctions lifting
Business
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Business
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ZB Bank resumes international transacting after sanctions lifting

Editor Southern Times - Aug 21, 2017

HARARE –  ZB Financial Holdings (ZBFH) is slowly offering international business services after the bank was taken off United States sanctions last year, an official has said.…

Investors to set up cable car facility at Tokwe-Mukosi
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Investors to set up cable car facility at Tokwe-Mukosi

Editor Southern Times - Aug 21, 2017

By Walter Mswazie  CHIVI – The Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) is on the verge of luring a South African investors, Cable-Way to set up a cable car…

Mozambique to export power to Malawi
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Mozambique to export power to Malawi

Editor Southern Times - Aug 21, 2017

By Collins Mtika MUZUZU - Mozambique has indicated that power exports to Malawi could begin in 2022, almost two decades after the two countries signed a power…

Nam downgraded to ‘junk status’ . . . Government to limit its borrowing to the Rand
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Nam downgraded to ‘junk status’ . . . Government to limit its borrowing to the Rand

Editor Southern Times - Aug 21, 2017

By Magreth Nunuhe WINDHOEK – Namibia’s Minister of Finance, Calle Schlettwein, says that limiting government’s borrowing to the South African Rand will be a good approach if…

The danger of supplementing aid to Africa with weapons
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The danger of supplementing aid to Africa with weapons

Editor Southern Times - Aug 21, 2017

By Earl Conteh-Morgan During the recent G-20 meeting in Germany, Chancellor Angela Merkel floated the idea that African countries should be given weapons as part of development aid so…

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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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[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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Liberation fighters rise from the dead

Staff Reporter - Aug 01, 2011

Chimoio - At least 5 000 freedom fighters who were killed during Zimbabwe’s liberation struggle are buried here and villagers say the site of the 20 mass…

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Another Swapo test

Staff Reporter - Jan 22, 2010

The ruling Swapo party's strength will be put to the test again next month when opposition parties gang up against it in a by-election. Four opposition parties…

Mahangu farmers worried about no rains in October
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Mahangu farmers worried about no rains in October

Staff Reporter - Nov 02, 2016

Windhoek – The most critical month for crop farmers in the rain-fed northern communal areas, October, which normally determines good or poor future rains, has come and gone,…

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Uproar over initiation deaths

Staff Reporter - Jul 16, 2006

Media reports from most of the country's provinces have indicated that a growing number of initiates was either being admitted to hospitals or dying as a result…

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Diamonds and Dust

Staff Reporter - Oct 24, 2013

  As the countdown to Gaborone Dam drying up nears its ominous end, the dire water situation is not limited to the capital city alone. The rest of…

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Tackling the energy challenge in Africa

Staff Reporter - Dec 17, 2015

Esther Dzviti The energy crisis in Africa has been going from bad to worse, Zimbabwe is not the only country facing massive power cuts and shortages in…

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Bruised de Villiers opts for experience

Staff Reporter - Aug 15, 2011

The recent string of poor string of results by the South African Rugby team, the Springboks, has finally seen coach Peter de Villiers reverting to his trusted…

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Bots wants more African trade

Staff Reporter - Feb 03, 2010

Windhoek - Botswana's High Commissioner to Namibia, Gobopang Lefhoko, says there is a need to enhance intra-African trade and do away with the obsession of importing commodities…

Expert zooms in on African withdrawal from ICC
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Expert zooms in on African withdrawal from ICC

Staff Reporter - Nov 04, 2016

The debate around African nations withdrawing from the International Criminal Court (ICC) has sparked a massive divide across the continent. This has created four schools of thought,…

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Does nutrition have a role in HIV/AIDS?

Staff Reporter - Jul 23, 2006

These linkages suggest that nutrition may have an important role to play in slowing progression to AIDS and in contributing to successful antiretroviral (ARV) therapy. HIV and…

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