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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$...
Namibiaís 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...
Namibia: victory for democracy
Windhoek- The smooth and peaceful transfer of power from former President Hifikepunye Pohamba to his successor Dr Hage Geingob on March 21, 2015 represents victory for democracy in Namibia. The change of guard solidified the country...
Power changes hands as Namibia marks Silver Jubilee
Windhoek- On March 21 President Hifikepunye Pohamba humbly steps down from the Namibian presidency, giving way to Dr Hage Geingob after a decade in power. President Pohamba has been in the top echelons of Namibian politic...
Fresh hitch holds up Free Trade Area
Lusaka- The planned launch of the Grand Tripartite Free Trade Area (TFTA) by three African Regional Economic Communities earmarked for Egypt by the middle of this year may be delayed after it emerged that stakeholders involved...
Africa must act on illicit financial flows
Imagine what Africa would be like if all its proceeds from natural resources such as diamonds, gold and platinum remained in the continent to finance its development agenda. Africa would be one of the most developed and industrializ...
Infrastructure deficit hampers trade
Namibia, South Africa: Beware of false prophets
Bots mining industry in crisis
NamPower engages the region over power supply
A clarion call for industrialization
SADC private sector meets in Harare
Arts & Culture
Malope to grace the MTC Gospel Concert
Locomotive shortage handicaps TransNamib
Namibia pushes oil companies to drill more
Travel & Tourism
SADC markets up, East and West Africa down
Prices and good publicity drive Zimís comeback
Mixed views over Namibian tourist town name change
Is Botswana overpriced?
Africa Champions League: Elusive Dream for Southern Africa
AFCON hosting offers great potential
Adilson pulls clear in Harare
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Zim, Namibia sign four MOUs
Elephant poaching on the rise
Food safety: Africaís public health priority
Zambia says ready for digital migration
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