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Namibia: Rock the Boat to Promote Local Music

The first episode of Rock the Boat, a new Namibian music TV series promoting local artists, will be aired on Ngandu TV via...

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Namibia: Treasury Carrot Fails to Spur Debt Uptake

ONE would have expected that after the introduction of the N$8,1 billion Covid-19 relief package by the government, which included guarantees for at least...

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Namibia: Fishcor Corruption Probe Completed

The Anti-Corruption Commission has completed its investigation of alleged corruption with the use of fishing quotas allocated to the National Fishing Corporation of Namibia...

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Zimbabwe: Heating System to Rescue Tobacco Industry

Balancing economic and health interests has always been the world's biggest nightmare, especially for tobacco producing countries that rely on the golden leaf for...

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Namibia: Couple Ties Knot After 30 Years

NO relationship is all sunshine, they say, and nobody knows this better than Gideon Hamukwaya (52) and Pehovelo Martin...

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Zimbabwe: No Private Taxi Return Post Covid-19 – Govt

Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Secretary, Nick Mangwana has indicated that private commuter omnibuses will not return on the road in the post COVID-19...

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Namibia: Fishrot Lawyers’ Convictions Stand After Appeal Loss

Two South African lawyers who were arrested for working in Namibia without employment permits when they were set to represent the men charged in...

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Namibia: AfDB President Adesina Reinvents Second Term With Covid-19 in Mind

In a speech kicking off his second term as African Development Bank chief, newly sworn in President Akinwumi Adesina unveiled a sweeping vision...

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Zimbabwe: Farmers Push for Land Protection Against Invasion

Farmers from mining communities have put their hopes in the yet be gazetted Mines and Minerals Amendment Bill to protect their land from invasions...

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Zimbabwe: Over 100 Years of Political Bickering Deny Bulawayo Clean Water

Since time immemorial, people in the western parts of Zimbabwe (Matebeleland) have experienced water challenges due to the region's dry climate. But little has...

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Zimbabwe: Mining Workers Union Bemoan Increasing Workplace Accidents

Following the death of an employee in a workplace accident at Jena Mines in Silobela, the Zimbabwe Diamond and Allied Mineral Workers Union (ZDAMWU)...

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Namibia: First Time Nominees Centerpiece and Ou Billem Pick Nama Awards

The NAMAs over the weekend awarded Centerpiece from Rehoboth with the Best Single award while Ou Billem scooped the Best Traditional award in...

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Angola: Angolan Musicians Perform for Deaf People

Luanda -- Angolan singers Robertinho, Tata Ngana and the Acapaná band participate last Sunday, in Luanda, in a solidarity show in favour of the...

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Namibia: Ohangwena Accused of SME Sabotage

Several business owners in the Ohangwena region are unhappy with the Ohangwena Regional Council's procurement process, claming the council is sidelining...

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Zimbabwe: ‘Dialogue Alone Will Not Solve the Crisis’

Heal Zimbabwe continues calling on the government to implement a raft of reforms to address the country's current challenges. During a Twitter Talk with...

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Zimbabwe: Agric Sector Targeted in Emissions Cut

The Government, in partnership with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), will tomorrow host an Agriculture Sector Greenhouse Gas Inventory Expert Training Workshop...

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Malawi: Kell Kay Repays Standard Bank of Malawi With New Song, ‘It Can Be’

Malawi's celebrated R 'n' B star, Kell Kay, on Saturday night unveiled a new song, 'It can be', as a gesture of appreciation...

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Tunisia’s Sousse knife attack: Islamic State group claims responsibility

Monday's incident happened in Sousse, where 38 people, mostly Britons, were killed in a 2015...

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Africa: Efforts to Fix Air Pollution Gasp for Funding, As Pandemic Pressure Builds

On first International Day of Clean Air for Blue Skies, former UN chief calls more more resources and collaboration to tackle dirty...

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Kenya: Firm Bails Out Women in Business

Women in business and employment have been the hardest hit by the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on the...

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South Africa: MEC Nomusa Dube-Ncube On Trade Mission Between Kwazulu-Natal and United Kingdom Companies

I wish to extend an invitation to the members of the media to be part of the first ever Online Virtual Trade...

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Lesotho: Kick4life, More Than a Footballing Club

The Lesotho outfit is set to become the first professional football club in the world to pay its women players the same as...

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Africa: Why Football Polls in Africa Are More Than Just About the Game

Football played a big role during the independence struggle in Africa and continues to attract political interest that sometimes overshadows the action on the...

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Kenya: Agriculture Summit Opens in Kigali

The Alliance for Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA) will hold its 10th annual general conference from tomorrow amid growing concerns by critics that it...

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Ethiopia: Textile Sector Moves Promising Step Amid Challenges

The Ethiopian Textile Industry Development Institute (ETIDI) disclosed that the nation earned over 171.7 million USD during the just ended budget year from...

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Zimbabwe: Zemura Making Strides At Bournemouth

Zimbabwe defender Jordan Zemura appears well poised to make his breakthrough at English Championship side Bournemouth this coming season after being given opportunities...

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South Africa: Book Review – Femicide in South Africa

Nechama Brodie's book is a historically conscious study of gender-based violence and femicide that traces the lineage of the feminist vocabulary developed to...

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Kenya: Medical Practitioners’ Union Issue National Strike Notice

Nairobi -- The Kenya Medical Practitioners, Pharmacists and Dentists Union (KMPDU) issued a two weeks nationwide strike notice on Monday citing unmet obligations...

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South Africa: Fort Hare Students in Covid-19-Sparked Data Crisis

The Covid-19 pandemic has shown how access to cheap and reliable data is a vital utility - without it, students fear they will...

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South Africa: Nateniel Will Dance No More

Those who knew Nateniel Julies say he was a jolly child, always ready with a greeting and a smile. At the drop of...

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