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Central Bank raises interest rates to curb borrowing
Windhoek- The Bank of Namibia plans to continuously raise the cost of borrowing through additional interest rate hikes to curb consumers’ rising indebtedness, if two increases this year of its benchmark interest rate thi...
All Work, No Play …As leaders chart roadmap for SADC
The leaders came in their numbers. Security details were everywhere. Officials were on their toes sorting out the logistics for the event. There was an unusually heavy movement of these big vehicles in the sweltering heat of Victor...
Packed agenda for SADC Summit
SADC leaders are in the resort town of Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe for their annual gathering, which should give impetus to the region’s vision of an emerging economy. A look at the agenda of the summit shows the dedicat...
Educating America: Economic opportunities abound in Africa
Windhoek - The United States needs “a massive re-education about Africa” and should work towards having a “mature conversation” with the continent’s leaders, without which current efforts to shift...
AfDB prioritises Kariba and Kazungula
Lusaka - Construction of the US$270 million Kazungula Bridge and rehabilitation of the Kariba Dam wall will be treated with utmost urgency by the African Development Bank, which has called on all stakeholders to play their par...
Donor Aid Sparks Outcry
Lusaka ‑ Zambia, Namibia and Lesotho are among Southern African Development Community countries discontented with the manner in which donor assistance is being disbursed among member states to fund developmental projects...
Where to SADC integration
Windhoek ‑ The Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) should consider rethinking its economic regional integration agenda, an overly ambitious programme, which is facing implementation challenges. The regional ...
Southern Times, SADC Secretariat join hands
The Southern Times newspaper has reached an agreement with the SADC Secretariat to be the regional bloc’s media partner for the forthcoming 34th Summit of Heads of State and Government to be held next month in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe. ...
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Effective Economic Policies: Africa’s Challenge
Regional integration in SADC, COMESA and EAC hampered by lack of political will
Research on small scale mining on the cards
RIDMP: Funding sets SADC integration on course
SADC improves investment climate
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The rise and demise of the Bhundu Boys
Creating beautiful SKIN
Travel & Tourism
Zim promotes religious tourism
Wildlife Migration: Hoofing it the longest distance
Wild and expanse Hwange
Cricket festival in Zim
‘Beast’, Kirsty to be Econet brand ambassadors
Physical Education and Sport in Schools: Need for Re-prioritization
The coaching genius from Zimbabwe
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Zim, Namibia sign four MOUs
Elephant poaching on the rise
Step closer to Kazungula Bridge
Science and technology key to leveraging region’s resources
Industrialisation in SADC: Can the region make it?
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