NamPower guarantees R2 billion ZPC loan
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NamPower guarantees R2 billion ZPC loan

Staff Reporter - May 22, 2017

By Tiri Masawi Windhoek – Namibia’s state owned power utility NamPower will be paying for their power purchased from Zimbabwe directly…

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Zim starts big push for industrialisation

Staff Reporter - May 15, 2017

Sifelani Tsiko Zimbabwe is now taking practical steps to create a momentum to push for industrialisation which primarily aims to…

Bots finally signs SADC Gender Protocol
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Bots finally signs SADC Gender Protocol

Staff Reporter - May 08, 2017

By Mpho Tebele Gaborone-The government of Botswana announced this week that it has taken a decision to sign the Revised…

Ladies freak out over sale
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Ladies freak out over sale

Staff Reporter - May 07, 2017

By Southern Times writer What would you do if you hear that an item which use to cost R1000 is…

Another South African triumph as the Zim open continues to be dominated by the men from Mzansi
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Another South African triumph as the Zim open continues to be dominated by the men from Mzansi

Staff Reporter - Apr 28, 2017

By Robson Sharuko HARARE – IT was the golden decade for Zimbabwe golf – with the country’s golfers winning the…

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Mugabe calls for concerted development efforts as Zim celebrates 37 years of independence

Staff Reporter - Apr 19, 2017

Harare – Zimbabwe on Tuesday celebrated 37 years of independence from British colonial rule with President Robert Mugabe saying the…

Ahmed Kathrada: Hamba Kahle Mkhonto – tributes for a life well lived
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Ahmed Kathrada: Hamba Kahle Mkhonto – tributes for a life well lived

Staff Reporter - Apr 03, 2017

By Jillian Green SOUTH African flags are to fly at half-mast as the country mourns the passing of struggle stalwart,…

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.…