The role of women during Namibia’s armed struggle
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The role of women during Namibia’s armed struggle

Staff Reporter - Mar 20, 2017

By Aaron Nambadi LIBERATING a country is not an easy task and the women of Kavango really contributed and participated…

Nam on economic recovery
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Nam on economic recovery

Staff Reporter - Feb 24, 2017

By Magreth Nunuhe Windhoek – The Namibian government says that it can now maintain its debt levels and does not anticipate…

Yet another mine in Botswana sinks
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Yet another mine in Botswana sinks

Staff Reporter - Feb 24, 2017

By Mpho Tebele GABORONE- THE mining sector in Botswana has suffered another setback, after Ghagoo Diamond Mine announced this week that…

Madness at IPL auction floor – as bowler Rabada makes his little fortune
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Madness at IPL auction floor – as bowler Rabada makes his little fortune

Staff Reporter - Feb 24, 2017

By Robson Sharuko HARARE - There will be US$7 million worth of South African cricket talent on show at the…

It’s okay to fall out of love
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It’s okay to fall out of love

Staff Reporter - Feb 03, 2017

By Thandekile Moyo I have never been dumped. Nobody has ever said to me, ‘I’m sorry I don’t want to…

Heavy rains relief for wildlife
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Heavy rains relief for wildlife

Staff Reporter - Jan 30, 2017

By Tichaona Kurewa HARARE- RECENT heavy rains received in most parts of Zimbabwe have come as a blessing to wildlife…

Fall armyworm threatens SADC yields
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Fall armyworm threatens SADC yields

Staff Reporter - Jan 23, 2017

> Sifelani Tsiko HARARE-HEAVY rains pounding the SADC region have brought cheer to a part of the world that endured…

TransNamib procures six new trains from Brazil
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TransNamib procures six new trains from Brazil

Staff Reporter - Jan 23, 2017

WALVIS BAY - STATE-OWNED railway enterprise, TransNamib, has procured six new trains from Brazil that were offloaded at the Port…

Debt consolidation compounds debt troubles – Bank Windhoek cautions
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Debt consolidation compounds debt troubles – Bank Windhoek cautions

Staff Reporter - Jan 17, 2017

> Staff Reporter Windhoek - There is a myth that debt consolidation saves interest and you have one smaller payment,…

Bringing SAfrica’s Small-Scale Miners Out of the Shadows
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Bringing SAfrica’s Small-Scale Miners Out of the Shadows

Staff Reporter - Jan 17, 2017

> Mark Olalde IN A COUNTRY with unemployment rising above 25 percent, South Africans are increasingly looking for job creation…

China’s ban on domestic ivory trade is huge, but the battle isn’t won
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China’s ban on domestic ivory trade is huge, but the battle isn’t won

Staff Reporter - Jan 17, 2017

Ross Harvey CHINA HAS published a notice that the processing and sale of ivory and ivory products “will be stopped by December…

Clive and the now generations
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Clive and the now generations

Staff Reporter - Dec 06, 2016

Africa is not conflicted about Fidel Castro’s legacy
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Africa is not conflicted about Fidel Castro’s legacy

Staff Reporter - Dec 05, 2016

By Lynsey Chutel With Fidel Castro gone, Africa’s liberation leaders lose a loyal friend and a hero of the people.…

New Vic Falls Airport a ‘game changer’
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New Vic Falls Airport a ‘game changer’

Staff Reporter - Nov 28, 2016

VICTORIA FALS-FRIDAY, November 18, was a historic day for the tourism industry in Zimbabwe as President Mugabe commissioned the new…

It’s not all Doom and gloom SA spray pastor digs in
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It’s not all Doom and gloom SA spray pastor digs in

Staff Reporter - Nov 28, 2016

JOHANNESBURG-FOLLOWERS of a self-styled prophet in South Africa defended him after pictures emerged showing him spraying congregants at his Mount…

Decolonisation: academics must change what they teach
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Decolonisation: academics must change what they teach

Staff Reporter - Nov 28, 2016

> Savo Heleta THE idea of decolonisation frightens many South African academics. Since students launched the movement to decolonise higher…

Monkey sparks riot, 40 dead
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Monkey sparks riot, 40 dead

Staff Reporter - Nov 28, 2016

TRIPOLI-A BIZARRE incident involving a pet monkey and a schoolgirl has been blamed for triggering a tribal war, which has…

Robber arrives too early at bank, held
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Robber arrives too early at bank, held

Staff Reporter - Nov 28, 2016

VIENNA — THIS robbery failed before it began. The bank was closed. Austrian police have arrested a man who they…

Below-cost tariffs suffocate ZESA
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Below-cost tariffs suffocate ZESA

Staff Reporter - Nov 25, 2016

HARARE-ZIMBABWE’S power utility ZESA Holdings has incurred a loss of US$140 million in the nine months to September, which is…

Pick n Pay boosts TM as OK rebounds
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Pick n Pay boosts TM as OK rebounds

Staff Reporter - Nov 25, 2016

> Simbarashe Zishiri HARARE-ZIMBABWE’S macroeconomic environment is worsening but for retail business, it continues to offer more business opportunities, higher…