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South Africa: We Need Hired Ferries to Cope With Tourist Demand – Robben Island Museum

The Robben Island Museum has said it needs to make use of chartered vessels as it alone cannot cater to the number of tourists...

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South Africa: New Homes for Ekurhuleni Residents

Melta Maluleke, a mother of four, has recently become a beneficiary of government's housing programme in Germiston,...

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Africa: ‘UN Must Play Central Role for Africa to Benefit in Global Economy’

With Africa beset by the double scourge of illicit financial outflows and the disparity of the global economy, President Jacob Zuma says the United...

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South Africa: Black Middle Class Must Play a Role in Advancing Education

How must government go about resourcing schools without sacrificing democratic school governance and facilitating further inequality and further alienation of mainly poor communities...

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Africa: Voice Still Outstrips Data in Business

Johannesburg -BUSINESSES have to invest in state-of-the-art voice services that will further their commercial objectives. The counsel by a local technology executive comes...

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South Africa: Dutch E-Learning Specialist Launches

Johannesburg -DUTCH-based learning technology company, aNewSpring, has expanded to South Africa. It has opened a new office in Johannesburg with exclusive distributor, New...

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Malawi: Rapper Jay Bee Chasing the Malawian Dream in U.S.

Lilongwe -Renown Malawian hip hop artist Jay Bee left the country six years ago for the United States, since then very little...

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Kenya: All Is Set for Eighth Annual Maktaba Awards

The eighth annual Maktaba Awards gala night will be happening on Friday night, September 22, at Nairobi National...

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Namibia: Paralympic Gold Medalist Shikongo to Host Athletics Event

Windhoek -Namibia's three-time Paralympic gold medalist Ananias Shikongo is set to host a first-of-its-kind athletics event at the DTS Sports Field in Windhoek...

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Kenya: Building Collapses in Kapsabet Town, Scores Feared Trapped

A three-storey building under construction has collapsed in Kapsabet town, Nandi...

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Namibia: Standard Bank Takes First Auto Show to the Coast

Windhoek -For the first time since its inception, Standard Bank is taking its coveted Auto Show to the coastal town of Swakopmund this...

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Namibia: Businesswomen Shortlisted for Awards

The organisers of the 2017 Namibian Businesswoman of the Year Award on Tuesday evening announced all the finalists for this year's...

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Sierra Leone FA boss Johansen charged with corruption

Isha Johansen, president of Sierra Leone's FA, is indicted by the country's Anti-Corruption Commission on abuse of office and public...

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Namibia: Scouts Get Recognition At World Conference

Windhoek -The Scouts of Namibia organisation has been recognised for achieving 100 years of scouting in the country, from 1917 to 2017. The...

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Namibia: All Ready for 2017 Oktoberfest

The organisers of the annual Oktober festival, well-known as the Oktoberfest, said the event continues to grow from strength to...

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Namibia: New Minimum Wage for Security Guards

Windhoek -The collective agreement stipulating a minimum wage for security guards of N$8.75 per hour, entered into between the Security Association of Namibia...

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Zimbabwe: Harare’s Simple Low Budget Places Ideal for Dates

Finding an ultimate choice of place to go for a date can be head cracking. In developed countries, people usually turn to Google to...

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Namibia: State-Owned Wildlife Firm Attends South Africa Showcase

Windhoek -Namibia Wildlife Resorts (NWR) and Namibia Tourism Board (NTB) have just returned from the South African Airways (SAA) Africa...

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South Africa: Cheetahs Eye Pumas Scalp in Currie Cup

The Free State Cheetahs have announced their side for Friday's Currie Cup clash against the Pumas in...

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Nigeria: Okafor – Digital APPs Will Enhance Security in Transport

Operations Manager, Taxify, Uche Okafor, in an interview with journalists, allayed fears about the perceived insecurity around the e-hailing technology app, among other...

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Namibia: Construction Sector Reach Wage Negotiation Deadlock

Negotiations to determine the increase of minimum wages and minimum employment conditions for the Namibian construction sector have reached a deadlock, the Construction...

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Gambia: Green-Up 1 Million Launched

Having successfully planted more than 10,000 trees across the country during the past year, Green-Up has launched its 1 Million trees initiative, a commitment...

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Nigeria: The Challenge of Lake Chad Basin

Lake Chad should be helped to...

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South Africa: Pollard Gets Spot On Bulls Bench

Springbok flyhalf Handre Pollard has been named on the Blue Bulls bench for Saturday's Currie Cup clash against the Sharks in...

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Zimbabwe: Central Bank to Inject More Bond Coins

Zimbabwe is moving to inject additional bond coins valued at $3 million into the local market, it has...

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Malawi: Gospel Musician Mussa to Launch Animated Video

Celebrated gospel musician of the Desperate fame will on September 30 launch an animated music video of his hit single Mdidi at Crossroads...

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Zimbabwe: Chinese Film Festival Roars to Life

For the purpose of diversity and cultural exchange, the Chinese Embassy has come up with an exciting film fiesta that will run from...

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Malawi: Multinational Computer Sponsor For ICT Awards

Information Communication Technology Association of Malawi (ICTAM) continues to attract international support after Oracle has pumped in K2 million towards the National Innovation...

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Zimbabwe: Organic Matter to Generate Electricity

About 18 000 megawatt hours of electricity can be generated from organic matter per year in Harare alone, a study has shown.According to...

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