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SADC trudges on with industrialisation
The Southern African Development Community has begun work to develop a roadmap and strategy on industrialisation, as the region moves to get one of the main recognised drivers of the regional integration agenda into motion. The...
Market Renewal: Botswana, Mauritius challenge Zimbabwe
Southern African Development Community member states have thrown the gauntlet at Zimbabwe to revive its manufacturing sector because they&nbs...
Zambia succession: The Pitfalls and Expectations
The nation of Zambia is in mourning the late president, Michael Sata, who died in Britain on October 29, 2014, exactly six years after the nation lost another sitting president, Levy Mwanawasa. A critical review of the deaths of the two presi...
BDP Maintains Grip… Khama promises a better Botswana
Gaborone - Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) has managed to hold onto its record as the longest governing party in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region, if not in Africa, after winning the October 24 general elections, ...
Africa counts the costs as Ebola takes toll
Africa is currently battling the biggest outbreak of the Ebola virus ever recorded in history, and if global disposition in addressing the problem up until now is anything to go by, then the virus will sadly continue spreading. The ...
SADC transforms integration agenda
Industrial development has been identified as one of the main drivers of the integration agenda in southern Africa as the region moves&nb...
Mozambique votes in peace test
Maputo – Mozambicans started voting this morning (October 15) in elections seen as a test for peace following a deal between the government and the armed opposition party Renamo to end a two-year insurgency. More tha...
Russia guns for Africa
Russia has been slow to partner with Africa in economic deals falling behind the perking order as China, other emerging economies and the West scrambled for African resources. But Moscow seems to have awakened from its slumber ...
Namibia’s Decentralisation: The impact on regional development
G20’s empty commitment to boost global growth
Vedanta Unveils New Plans … As Skorpion reaches end of life
Nam seal harvesting fizzles out
Bots out of the woods: President Khama
Namibia expects more drilling for oil
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Locomotive shortage handicaps TransNamib
Namibia pushes oil companies to drill more
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Zim promotes religious tourism
Wildlife Migration: Hoofing it the longest distance
Wild and expanse Hwange
CAF mourns Valery Mezague, Oumar Bangoura
11 Against Ebola: FIFA, CAF unite in Ebola fight
Southern African Sports Confederations: Bolstering junior competition and development
A Nations Cup monopolised?
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