Namibia, SA mourns anti-apartheid icon
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Namibia, SA mourns anti-apartheid icon

Staff Reporter - Jun 19, 2017

Magreth Nunuhe Windhoek – The death of revered Namibian liberation icon, Andimba Toivo Ya Toivo, has drawn unparalleled attention and…

A private side of Andimba Toivo ya Toivo
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A private side of Andimba Toivo ya Toivo

Staff Reporter - Jun 19, 2017

Andimba Toivo ya Toivo is also a devoted family man with a unique sense of humour and a physical fitness…

‘If things go on like this, lives will be lost’
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‘If things go on like this, lives will be lost’

Staff Reporter - Jun 19, 2017

Veteran Namibian politician Andimba Toivo ya Toivo speaks to Insight’s Tangeni Amupadhi What have you been up to since leaving…

The world has finally noticed that the ocean is a finite resource
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The world has finally noticed that the ocean is a finite resource

Staff Reporter - Jun 19, 2017

David Obura The United Nations Ocean Conference marks the first time that oceans have been put at the forefront of…

Trump’s climate pullout could spell disaster for developing nations
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Trump’s climate pullout could spell disaster for developing nations

Staff Reporter - Jun 12, 2017

By Luo del Bello US President Donald Trump's decision to start the withdrawal process from the Paris Agreement could come…

Africa feeling the heat of climate change
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Africa feeling the heat of climate change

Staff Reporter - Jun 12, 2017

By Dan Shepard Researchers are still trying to learn why the population of African penguins has dropped precipitously over the…

Why Mugabe won in 2013: No scientific evidence of poll theft
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Why Mugabe won in 2013: No scientific evidence of poll theft

Staff Reporter - Jun 05, 2017

By  Southern Times Reporter A NEW book by two University of London researchers due for publication month-end says the pragmatism of…

Africa and the myth of the philosopher kings
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Africa and the myth of the philosopher kings

Staff Reporter - Jun 05, 2017

By Mkhosana Mathobela Bingweni In terms of traditions of thought and leadership paradigms, Africa has been led by warriors, philosophers…

Investment in STI growing in Africa
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Investment in STI growing in Africa

Staff Reporter - May 29, 2017

By Sifelani Tsiko African governments are steadily increasing their investment in science and technology-driven innovation as there is now growing…

Lights out: Poor governance and Africa’s energy crisis
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Lights out: Poor governance and Africa’s energy crisis

Staff Reporter - May 29, 2017

By Max Bankole Jarret Africa is rich in resources and opportunities. In so many fields, however, the continent is yet…

Using agriculture and agribusiness to bring about industrialisation in Africa
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Using agriculture and agribusiness to bring about industrialisation in Africa

Staff Reporter - May 22, 2017

By Akinwumi Adesina Abidjan - No region of the world has ever moved to industrialised economy status without a transformation…

The AfDB’s response to ‘African Women as an Untapped Market for Investments’
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The AfDB’s response to ‘African Women as an Untapped Market for Investments’

Staff Reporter - May 22, 2017

By Dubem Jideonwo & Anne Valko Celestino Too often the narrative on women in Africa is characterised by oppression and…

Ramaphosa ready to face ghosts of Marikana
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Ramaphosa ready to face ghosts of Marikana

Staff Reporter - May 22, 2017

> Tichaona Zindoga Johannesburg - A woman and ghosts of the past. These are the two things that are stànding…

Needed: New Uhuru in SA
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Needed: New Uhuru in SA

Staff Reporter - May 15, 2017

Tichaona Zindoga Johannesburg- PRESIDENT JACOB ZUMA used the occasion of the 23rd commemoration of Freedom Day on April 27 to…

African universities recruit too many students ……Over-recruitment is a continent-wide problem
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African universities recruit too many students ……Over-recruitment is a continent-wide problem

Staff Reporter - May 08, 2017

MAKERERE UNIVERSITY’S position, on a hilltop commanding a panoramic view of Kampala, is fitting for a place some call the…

Promoting gender, children’s rights through developmental projects
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Promoting gender, children’s rights through developmental projects

Staff Reporter - May 02, 2017

By Lazarus Sauti Life in Chikomba district in the Mashonaland East province is tough as gripping poverty is the order…

Zim hosts UN meeting on agric development
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Zim hosts UN meeting on agric development

Staff Reporter - May 02, 2017

By Sifelani Tsiko in Victoria Falls The United Nations Economic and Social Council is holding a meeting here this week in…

Why Africa should De-Westernise
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Why Africa should De-Westernise

Staff Reporter - Apr 24, 2017

By Mkhosana Bingweni The way Europe and America have from being one province of the world turned themselves into a…

When food security equals national security
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When food security equals national security

Staff Reporter - Apr 18, 2017

By Prosper Ndlovu CLIMATE change is increasingly becoming a ‘security threat’ the world over amid speculation that failure to manage it…

Rwanda & South Africa: a long road from truth to reconciliation
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Rwanda & South Africa: a long road from truth to reconciliation

Staff Reporter - Apr 18, 2017

By Cori Wielenga 1994 was a significant year for Africa. South Africa made a peaceful transition to democracy. But on…