Africa

SA parliament arson accused charged with terrorism

1 week ago - 12 January 2022 | Africa

MARVIN CHARLES CAPE TOWNSouth African parliament arson accused Zandile Mafe has been charged with terrorism. Mafe is accused of breaking into parliament and stealing laptops, crockery and documents before setting fire to...

Building African champions

1 month - 07 December 2021 | Africa

Monique Adams The African Union’s International Centre for Girls and Women’s Education in Africa (AU/CIEFFA) is a specialised institution established for the promotion and advocacy of gender equality in education on the continent.The vision...

Malema defends EFF’s failure to disclose funders

2 months ago - 22 November 2021 | Africa

NTOMBI NKOSI EKURHULENI Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema says his party has nothing to hide and this was the reason they did not disclose any donations.The Electoral Commission of...

Probe accuses Kabila of embezzling millions

2 months ago - 22 November 2021 | Africa

NAMPA/AFP KinshasaFrench investigative media outlet Mediapart on Friday accused former Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) president Joseph Kabila and his family of siphoning off...

FW de Klerk: Ambiguities and contradictions

2 months ago - 12 November 2021 | Africa

BBC FW de Klerk, the last president of apartheid South Africa and a key actor in the transition to democracy in both Namibia and...

‘Adolescent’ Namibian opposition can learn from Zambia

5 months ago - 17 August 2021 | Africa

JEMIMA BEUKES WINDHOEKExperts have cautioned that the election outcome in Zambia is likely to spill over to Namibia, though not as...

SADC Ordinary Summit to be hosted in Malawi

5 months ago - 11 August 2021 | Africa

JEMIMA BEUKES WINDHOEKThe 41st session of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) Ordinary Summit of Heads of State and Government will...

SADC Ordinary Summit to be held in Malawi

5 months ago - 10 August 2021 | Africa

JEMIMA BEUKES WINDHOEKThe 41st session of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) Ordinary...

Local trade, tourism burn over SA riots

6 months ago - 14 July 2021 | Africa

ELLANIE SMIT and OGONE TLHAGE WINDHOEKThe already-struggling trade and tourism sectors in Namibia could...

SA riots escalate

6 months ago - 13 July 2021 | Africa

Daily Maverick In the face of a massive escalation of rioting, looting and property...

Promoting art, culture and heritage between Namibia and Cuba

10 months ago - 09 March 2021 | Africa

Fanuel Shinedima The Cuban diplomatic mission in Namibia, under the leadership of ambassador Sidenio Acosta Aday, has signed an agreement with the minister of education,...

SADC must take stock

11 months ago - 01 February 2021 | Africa

JEMIMA BEUKES WINDHOEKNamibia and other Southern African Development Community (SADC) member states should take stock of gaps which include a lack...

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Namibia ready for AfCFTA trade...

1 year - 06 January 2021 | Africa

NAMPA WINDHOEKPresident Hage Geingob says Namibia is ready to seize trade opportunities offered by the recently launched African Continental Free Trade Area...

AfCFTA: What’s in it for...

1 year - 05 January 2021 | Africa

The trading phase under the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA), signed by 54 of the 55 countries in Africa, came into effect on 1...

SA sets eyes on Zimbabwe

1 year - 11 August 2020 | Africa

JEMIMA BEUKES WINDHOEK African National Congress (ANC) secretary-general Ace Magashule has condemned the state-sanctioned brutality and rights violations in neighbouring Zimbabwe, saying...

Comet Neowise visible just after...

1 year - 30 July 2020 | Africa

ELVIRA HATTINGH WINDHOEKComet Neowise (C/2020 F3) is now visible in the southern hemisphere just after sunset.The Astronomy Society of Southern Africa said it has received...

Namibia stagnates on several SDGs

1 year - 29 July 2020 | Africa

ELLANIE SMIT WINDHOEK Namibia has been ranked 119th among 166 countries in achieving the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). This...

Africa should become the conservation...

1 year - 27 July 2020 | Africa

ELLANIE SMIT WINDHOEK Protecting 30% of the earth's surface by 2030 could result in greater economic opportunities for emerging economies...

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