Angolans vote in general elections
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Angolans vote in general elections

Staff Reporter - Aug 23, 2017

Andreas Thomas Luanda- Registered voters in the oil-rich southern African nation of Angola cast their ballots on Wednesday, to elect a new…

President Lungu, his fierce political rival Hichilema agree to resolve difference
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President Lungu, his fierce political rival Hichilema agree to resolve difference

Staff Reporter - Aug 09, 2017

Jeff Kapembwa Lusaka - Zambia’s President Edgar Lungu and opposition leader, Hakainde  Hichilema, detained on treason charges,  have resolved to put…

BREAKING: Jacob Zuma survives bid to oust him
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BREAKING: Jacob Zuma survives bid to oust him

Staff Reporter - Aug 09, 2017

SOUTH AFRICA’S third post-apartheid President, Jacob Zuma has survived a Democratic Alliance-led bid to remove him from office through a…

Other times Zuma survived no confidence votes
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Other times Zuma survived no confidence votes

Staff Reporter - Aug 08, 2017

JOHANNESBURG. – Today’s vote by secret ballot in the Motion of No Confidence debate against President Zuma is the latest…

Kenyan authorities beef up security ahead of elections
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Kenyan authorities beef up security ahead of elections

Staff Reporter - Aug 08, 2017

GARISSA. – Kenyan authorities said yesterday that they have deployed adequate security forces along the border with Somalia to ward off…

Geingob to lead high powered delegation to AU Assembly
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Geingob to lead high powered delegation to AU Assembly

Staff Reporter - Jun 28, 2017

  Lahja Nashuuta Windhoek- President Hage Geingob will lead a high level Namibian delegation to the 29th Ordinary Session of the…

Founding Father of Namibia is Nujoma, not the late Toivo, says First Lady
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Founding Father of Namibia is Nujoma, not the late Toivo, says First Lady

Staff Reporter - Jun 28, 2017

Lahja Nashuuta WINDHOEK - The Founding Father of the Namibian nation is Dr Sam Nujoma, and not the late Andimba…

Zim President to unveil over 200 000 free residential stands for youth in Masvingo
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Zim President to unveil over 200 000 free residential stands for youth in Masvingo

Staff Reporter - Jun 28, 2017

President Robert Mugabe is set to unveil nearly 20 000 free residential stands for youths in Masvingo when he undertakes…

Listen to the challenges & achievement of sadc energy
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Listen to the challenges & achievement of sadc energy

Staff Reporter - Jun 21, 2017

Mbeki, Mutharika speak out
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Mbeki, Mutharika speak out

Staff Reporter - Jun 20, 2017

Felex Share Senior Reporter— Political analysts yesterday lauded former South African President Thabo Mbeki for respecting the African Union (AU)…

Command Agric charms Sadc
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Command Agric charms Sadc

Staff Reporter - Jun 20, 2017

Walter Nyamukondiwa Chinhoyi Bureau— Zimbabwe’s successful Command Agriculture Programme is panacea to hunger and poverty in Africa if replicated by countries…

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Lesotho media throttled ahead of poll

Staff Reporter - Jun 03, 2017

[caption id="attachment_29746" align="alignnone" width="400"] Lesotho Prime Minister, Pakalitha Mosisili (source: google)[/caption] By Sechaba Mokhethi Hours to a perilous elections day,…

Lesotho king Letsie III in Zim
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Lesotho king Letsie III in Zim

Staff Reporter - May 16, 2017

President Mugabe with Lesotho's Kong Letsie 111 after his arrival at Harare International Airport yesterday. Picture by John Manzongo President…

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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…

Nam Windhoek Mayor, Cde Kazapua honours President Mugabe
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Nam Windhoek Mayor, Cde Kazapua honours President Mugabe

Staff Reporter - Feb 27, 2017

President Mugabe @93rd birthday celebrations
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President Mugabe @93rd birthday celebrations

Staff Reporter - Feb 26, 2017

President of the Republic of Zimbabwe Cde Robert Gabriel Mugabe and the First Lady Dr Amai Grace Mugabe arriving at…

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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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…

We did not sabotage Venson-Moitoi – Namibia
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We did not sabotage Venson-Moitoi – Namibia

The Southern Times - Feb 21, 2017

WINDHOEK – The Namibian government denies allegations that it did not support Botswana’s Dr Pelonomi Venson-Moitoi for the African Union Commission chairperson post, stating that it, in fact, supported the SADC candidate.

Simmering gender revolution
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Simmering gender revolution

The Southern Times - Feb 21, 2017

Namibia is ranked among the top 10 countries seen as advancing women in political decision-making structures. This milestone was achieved mainly due to the introduction of a 50/50 gender representation quota by the country’s ruling Swapo Party. Swapo decided to change its constitution to ensure that all party leadership structures have a zebra style representation system. This was the case for the party’s 2014 National Assembly elections’ party list. As a result, Namibia’s women representation in the National Assembly almost doubled from 24.4 percent to 41.3 percent, which paved the way for more women to serve in the Namibian Parliament.