Africa: The Case for  Decolonising Nationalism
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Africa: The Case for Decolonising Nationalism

The Southern Times - Feb 21, 2017

PATRIOTISM IS the maddening fire that drives men and women to war, to kill and be killed for their countries. It is an inexplicable and beyond sense love and commitment to nation, country and history.

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KUDU PRESS STATEMENT

The Southern Times - Feb 21, 2017

KUDU PRESS STATEMENT

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An Experience of Pain and Anguish

The Southern Times - Feb 21, 2017

Bahati was 10 years old when she was told she should “get prepared to become a real Maasai woman” She knew what this meant.

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Bird flu in Uganda exposes gaps in Africa’s plans to manage pandemics

The Southern Times - Feb 21, 2017

THE STRAIN of avian influenza detected in wild and domestic birds in Uganda recently is the same virus that has spread through Asia and Europe over the past four months. Revealed as the H5N8 avian influenza strain, it is thought to have spread across continents via wild migratory birds.

China’s Investment in Africa:  The New Colonialism?
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China’s Investment in Africa: The New Colonialism?

The Southern Times - Feb 21, 2017

AFRICA IS no stranger to exploitation. After decades of colonial rule under major Western powers, the continent was left with a legacy of harsh, imperialist rule that set it back years in modernization.

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To love freely or to love responsibly

The Southern Times - Feb 21, 2017

I BELIEVE in love. I have no doubt in my head that there is such a thing called love. I love being in love, that awesome feeling of having someone in your life who makes you smile, sing and giggle.

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Blocked by Trump, unwanted by Kenya, Somali refugees face new crisis as famine looms

The Southern Times - Feb 21, 2017

> FEATURE Blocked by Trump, unwanted by Kenya, Somali refugees face new crisis as famine looms > Obi Anyadike Somali…

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New, aggressive rust threatens wheat crops in Europe, Africa, Asia

The Southern Times - Feb 21, 2017

ROME- WHEAT rust, a family of fungal diseases that can cause crop losses of up to 100 per cent in untreated susceptible wheat, is making further advances in Europe, Africa and Asia, according to two new studies produced by scientists in collaboration with the United Nations.

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Rain of despair and hunger

The Southern Times - Feb 21, 2017

ZIMBABWE-TRADITIONALLY, rains in Africa signify blessings of a good harvest for a specific period. They are a symbol of life whose scarcity sometimes forces communities to seek divine intervention through rainmaking ceremonies.

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Time to make amends: world has let down the girls

The Southern Times - Feb 21, 2017

>  LEADER THE GLOBAL community has made commendable progress in arresting the spread of the HIV/AIDS pandemic in the past…

Namibia’s ancestral land issue: the headache that refuses to go away
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Namibia’s ancestral land issue: the headache that refuses to go away

The Southern Times - Feb 21, 2017

WINDHOEK – THE Namibian government is facing enormous pressure to postpone the tabling of a new Land Bill for debate in Parliament.

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Botswana tightens screw on refugees

The Southern Times - Feb 21, 2017

GABORONE-BOTSWANA’S Ministry of Defence, Justice and Security this week said it is in the process of replacing all current identity cards issued to refugees and asylum seekers with biometric identity car

HIV prevalence among adolescent girls and young women a global concern
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HIV prevalence among adolescent girls and young women a global concern

The Southern Times - Feb 21, 2017

WINDHOEK- THE Ministry of Health and Social Services, in partnership with the World Health Organization, UNAIDS, PEPFAR and USAID, last week hosted a meeting on HIV prevention and sexual and reproductive health and rights for adolescent girls and young women.

Who is Moussa Faki Mahamat?
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Who is Moussa Faki Mahamat?

Staff Reporter - Feb 06, 2017

By Lovemore Ranga Mataire Chadian Foreign Minister Moussa Faki Mahamat’s dramatic victory as the new African Union chairperson surprised many neutrals…

SADC shortchanges Venson-Moitoi
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SADC shortchanges Venson-Moitoi

Staff Reporter - Feb 06, 2017

By Bakang Mhaladi Gaborone - After emerging with firm assurances from SADC, Botswana's foreign affairs minister, Dr Pelonomi Venson-Moitoi was…

How Morocco won its way back to AU
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How Morocco won its way back to AU

Staff Reporter - Feb 06, 2017

By Lovemore Ranga Mataire Harare- After 33 years of self-imposed isolation, Morocco was readmitted into the African Union at the…

Bots allays fears of refugee camp closure
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Bots allays fears of refugee camp closure

Staff Reporter - Feb 06, 2017

By Mpho Tebele Gaborone-Botswana’s Ministry of Defence, Justice and Security this week allayed fears that the Dukwi Refugee Camp faces closure.…

Zimbabwe, SA intensify road safety campaign
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Zimbabwe, SA intensify road safety campaign

Staff Reporter - Feb 06, 2017

By Lazarus Sauti Harare - Road safety remains a major concern for most countries in the Southern African Development Community…

Rhodes to witness Pres Mugabe’s celebrations
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Rhodes to witness Pres Mugabe’s celebrations

Staff Reporter - Feb 06, 2017

By Lovemore Ranga Mataire A place that bears the name of the infamous British imperial chief, Cecil John Rhodes has…

Sadc – from El Nino to La Nina?
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Sadc – from El Nino to La Nina?

Staff Reporter - Feb 06, 2017

By Freedom Mupanedemo Harare - While SADC last year raised an SOS for billions of dollars to help citizens affected…