Zim, SA take giant leap into cricket’s history books
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Zim, SA take giant leap into cricket’s history books

Editor Southern Times - Oct 20, 2017

By Robson Sharuko Harare - Africa’s only two Test cricket playing nations – Zimbabwe and South Africa – will make…

SWAPO cadres challenge Geingob …as party prepares for congress
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SWAPO cadres challenge Geingob …as party prepares for congress

Editor Southern Times - Oct 13, 2017

By Tileni Mongudhi WINDHOEK - Senior SWAPO leaders with ambitions to challenge President Hage Geingob for the party presidency at…

Can the Africa Union save Africa’s mineral resources?
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Can the Africa Union save Africa’s mineral resources?

Editor Southern Times - Oct 13, 2017

By Timo Shihepo Windhoek – As a way of trying to minimise the exploitation of Africa’s mineral resources the African…

Naija’s hottest acts descend on Bots
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Naija’s hottest acts descend on Bots

Editor Southern Times - Oct 13, 2017

By Bakang Mhaladi Gaborone – Nigeria’s three hottest musical acts, Davido, Tekno and Wizkid will stage separate performances in Gaborone…

DRC conflict rises . . . As refugees flock to Zambia
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DRC conflict rises . . . As refugees flock to Zambia

Editor Southern Times - Oct 06, 2017

By Jeff Kapembwa LUSAKA -- Zambia’s President Edgar Lungu has called for a meeting with his Democratic Republic of Congo…

NBC to acquire DTT decoders from South Africa
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NBC to acquire DTT decoders from South Africa

Editor Southern Times - Oct 06, 2017

Lahja Nashuuta Windhoek- The Namibia Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) is now looking towards South Africa for the supply of Digital Terrestrial…

Vic Falls Carnival bigger and better
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Vic Falls Carnival bigger and better

Editor Southern Times - Oct 06, 2017

Andrew Moyo Victoria Falls is arguably one of the best tourist destinations in the world, which also makes it a…

FIFA fines Zambia
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FIFA fines Zambia

Editor Southern Times - Oct 06, 2017

Jeff Kapembwa Lusaka – Despite humiliating the much daunted Algeria “Desert Foxes” 3-1 in the World Cup qualifying grudge match…

US soldiers in Botswana … amid fears of hosting Africom
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US soldiers in Botswana … amid fears of hosting Africom

Editor Southern Times - Oct 02, 2017

By Mpho Tebele Gaborone - Female service members from the US Africa Command (Africom) will visit Sir Seretse Khama Barracks…

Zimbabwe central bank introduces savings bond
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Zimbabwe central bank introduces savings bond

Editor Southern Times - Oct 02, 2017

Harare  – The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) on Tuesday went to the market with a new “savings bond” which…

I was once a loafer: Tuku
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I was once a loafer: Tuku

Editor Southern Times - Sep 29, 2017

Jonathan Mbiriyamveka Harare – Zimbabwe’s internationally acclaimed music superstar Oliver Mtukudzi reminisces the days he was a lone male loafer…

Scramble for the CHAN pie
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Scramble for the CHAN pie

Editor Southern Times - Sep 29, 2017

By Robson Sharuko Harare - Countries scrambling to replace Kenya as hosts of the 2018 African Nations Championships finals have…

UN reforms African leaders reiterate call
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UN reforms African leaders reiterate call

Editor Southern Times - Sep 25, 2017

By Timo Shihepo Windhoek – African presidents who spoke at the United Nations General Assembly this week have reiterated calls…

Punish the perpetrators, not victims
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Punish the perpetrators, not victims

Editor Southern Times - Sep 25, 2017

While Tanzanian President John Magufuli has been praised for coming down hard on corruption and the abuse of public office,…

Windfall for Southern Africa as China Golden Week nears
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Windfall for Southern Africa as China Golden Week nears

Editor Southern Times - Sep 25, 2017

Business Reporter Southern Africa’s tourism players are primed to strike gold during the Chinese Golden Week holiday that runs from…

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…

What’s really behind Zim-SA ‘war of words’?
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What’s really behind Zim-SA ‘war of words’?

Editor Southern Times - Sep 18, 2017

Lovemore Ranga Mataire Harare - Zimbabwe and South Africa last week managed to douse a potential diplomatic tiff following remarks…

How Walvis Bay is positioning itself to become the trade hub for Southern Africa
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How Walvis Bay is positioning itself to become the trade hub for Southern Africa

Editor Southern Times - Sep 18, 2017

Confidence Musariri It was in the late-nineties when former Namibian President, Sam Nujoma, began discussions around the initial plans for…

SADC Mining activity improves
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SADC Mining activity improves

Editor Southern Times - Sep 18, 2017

Timo Shihepo Windhoek – Mining activity in southern Africa is gradually improving according to the latest data from various chambers…

Southern African stars lead crusade to end Pakistan’s cricket isolation
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Southern African stars lead crusade to end Pakistan’s cricket isolation

Editor Southern Times - Sep 15, 2017

Robson Sharuko Harare – 35 years after apartheid’s leaders tried, and failed to use cricket as a weapon to smash…