August 29

  • Namibia: Tré Closes Doors Today After 20 Years

    Namibian

    A POPULAR Windhoek shop, Tré Sentra Supermarket and Bottle Store, is closing its doors tonight after operating for about two decades. Read more »

  • Angola: Ambassador to UN Highlights Angolan President's Qualities

    ANGOP

    The Angolan permanent representative in the United Nations, ambassador Ismael Gaspar Martins, last Thursday highlighted the patriotism of President José Eduardo dos Santos... Read more »

  • Namibia: TSES Uses Fire Vehicle to Collect Refuse

    Namibian

    TSES village residents have expressed concern over what they termed "poor use of council property". Read more »

  • Namibia: Electoral Bill of 2014 Passes in National Assembly

    Namibian

    THE National Assembly passed the Electoral Bill of 2014 with amendments on Wednesday. Read more »

  • South Africa: NDP to Address Obstacles to Growth - Ramaphosa

    SA Info

    The recently released framework for implementing the National Development Plan (NDP) will help tackle domestic obstacles to growth in South Africa, drive growth in productive... Read more »

  • Namibia: Swapo Gears Up for 'Pot'

    Namibian

    WITH the passing of the Namibian Constitution Third Amendment Bill in the National Assembly, the ruling Swapo Party is now looking to the weekend's Electoral College - this time... Read more »

  • Namibia: Airport Downgrade Cost Airnam N$3,5 Million

    Namibian

    AIR NAMIBIA spent about N$3,5 million on the two small aircrafts used to collect passengers from Gaborone to Windhoek during the downgrading of Hosea Kutako International Airport... Read more »

  • South Africa: Construction Sector Must Throw Its Weight Behind [press release]

    IFP

    The IFP in KwaZulu-Natal Legislature calls on the construction sector to throw its weight behind government developmental programmes that will assist to fast-track development. Read more »

  • Southern Africa: Logistics Hub for SADC Envisaged

    Namibian

    A STATE-OF-THE-ART logistics hub for Southern African countries is envisaged in Namibia, next year. Read more »

  • Namibia: SA Opens Border for Nam Livestock

    Namibian

    AN announcement on 26 August by the South African Feedlot Association (Safa) that livestock import regulations for Namibia, Lesotho, Swaziland and Botswana have been suspended with... Read more »

  • South Africa: Banyana Ready to Tackle Tanzania

    SA Info

    South Africa's women's football team, Banyana Banyana will wind up Women's Month with an international friendly against Tanzania at Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane on Sunday... Read more »

  • Namibia: Alleged Killer of Trainee Pastor Mentally Fit

    Namibian

    THE man accused of murdering a trainee pastor at a theological institute in Windhoek six months ago, is not mentally ill and is fit to stand trial, a State psychiatrist has... Read more »

  • Namibia: Constitutional Changes Not Transparent

    Namibian

    THE ONGOING debate about amendments to our Constitution and the electoral law has taken many twists in the past couple of weeks. Read more »

  • Namibia: Rambler - Let's Take the Piss [column]

    Namibian

    All of a sudden Swapo's high and mighty see the need to criss-cross the country and 'consult' with their unthinking members about their ill-fated rape of the Constitution. Read more »

  • Zambia: After Kabimba, Mahtani Could Be Next to Fall

    Zambia Reports

    Following the sudden ouster of Justice Minister and Patriotic Front Secretary General Wynter Kabimba yesterday, the prominent banker Rajan Mahtani may become the next target to... Read more »

  • Southern Africa: A Pearl of Wisdom Now Presides Over SADC [opinion]

    The Herald

    WHEN President Mugabe assumed the mantle of leadership of Sadc last weekend, that infamous adage experience is the best teacher, took on a very special and historic slant, in... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: The Media and Parliamentary Accountability [column]

    The Herald

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  • Zimbabwe: It's Zim Dancehall Vs Urban Grooves At Summer Slam [opinion]

    The Herald

    The Rainbow Towers' Gardens are expected to explode tomorrow when Zim dancehall artistes clash with urban groovers as the curtain comes down on the Harare Agricultural Show. Read more »

  • South Africa: Cuba/South Africa 20th Anniversary Seminar Today [press release]

    COSATU

    COSATU will today be hosting Cuba/South Africa 20th Anniversary Seminar, at which speakers include the Cuban Ambassador to South Africa, Carlos Fernandez de Cassio, Minister in the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mabasa Takes Storytelling to Alliance Francaise

    The Herald

    Avant-garde novelist Ignatius Mabasa will on August 29 and 30 merge tradition and creativity as he tells Shona stories at Alliance Francaise. Read more »

  • Malawi: Three Journalists Scoop Transparency Malawi 2014 Media Awards

    Malawi News Agency

    Three Journalists from different media houses in the country Thursday scooped the Construction Sector Transparency Initiative (CoST) Malawi 2014 Media Awards for the commendable... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: The Herald Maintains Dominance

    The Herald

    The Herald continues to rule the roost, with the paper emerging yet again as the most-read daily preferred by readers in almost all news categories and on the digital platforms,... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: NMBZ Posts U.S.$1,4 Million Profit

    The Herald

    NMBZ Holdings recorded attributable profit of about $1,4 million, but total income decreased by about seven percent as operating expenses shot up in the six months to June. Read more »

  • Namibia: Scholtz Appointed National Cricket Captain

    Namibian

    Nicolaas Scholtz has been appointed as captain of the Namibian senior cricket team for the upcoming season. Read more »

  • Namibia: Zealand Takes Over As Cricket Namibia CEO

    Namibian

    Dr Donovan Zealand has been appointed as the new chief executive officer of Cricket Namibia, replacing Graham Macmillan, who left in June. Read more »

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