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Three pillars to drive SADC economy
SADC’s quest to be an industrialised region will be anchored on the three pillars of economic and technological transformation, competiveness and regional integration if the bloc’s leaders approve the proposed strategy at an extra...
Southern Times launches business magazine
NamZim Newspapers launched its new monthly business magazine, Inside Southern Africa, at a business breakfast at the Kalahari Sands Hotel in Windhoek on April 29. The magazine which aims to b...
All set for the SADC Extraordinary Summit
The SADC Extraordinary Summit of Heads of State and Government to be held in Harare, Zimbabwe on 29 April will deliberate on a wide range of issues, particularly on how southern Africa could fully benefit from its vast n...
Xenophobia victims recount the hell in SA
Durban- At least 4 000 foreign nationals from the South African Development Community have been displaced in Durban as they fled the xenophobic attacks targeted at them and other foreigners by South Africans. Malawi called on the for...
Zim @ 35: The struggle continues
Zimbabwe’s fallen liberation struggle heroes and heroines have for over the years become the compass of Zimbabwe’s political morality. Zimbabwe is celebrating its 35th independence anniversary this weeken...
Inclusive industrialization: The tonic for Africa
Africa is endowed with a hodgepodge of natural resources from an immeasurable assortment of minerals that have the potential of positively transforming the continent if correct approaches are championed. Because of natural reso...
Funding boost for SADC
In a major step towards developing infrastructure in Southern Africa, the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD) has signed an agreement with SADC to pave way for the region to access funding from the US$...
Namibia’s Budget 2015
Windhoek – Parents will no longer have to pay school fees for their children attending Namibian public schools as from next year, the new Minister of Finance, Calle Schlettwein revealed in Parliament yesterday to a resounding...
Hashim Mbita hero of liberation in Africa
SA turns 21 but does it really hold the ‘key to freedom’?
Funding boost for Erongo region
Unemployment, skills shortage remain challenges
Infrastructure gaps limiting African progress
Mauritius exports to South Korea up
Arts & Culture
Malope to grace the MTC Gospel Concert
Locomotive shortage handicaps TransNamib
Namibia pushes oil companies to drill more
Travel & Tourism
Work on tourism park starts
Egypt offers best lesson to Tanzania on tourism
Prices and good publicity drive Zim’s comeback
Poverty levels in Namibia dropping
PE and Sport Research- The Challenge for Southern Africa
Taylor: Why I quit Zim for Notts
‘A special, multi-faceted player’
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Zim, Namibia sign four MOUs
Elephant poaching on the rise
History of labour movement- a yardstick for contemporary unionists
Modernisation of Dar Port begins
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