The Mamuno border post in Botswana has run out of confirmatory testing kits, which are used for testing of truck drivers for coronavirus, putting Namibia’s fight against Covid-19 in jeopardy.
JOHANNESBURG – When Africa’s first case of coronavirus was detected in Egypt in February, the rest of the continent prepared for the brunt of a pandemic that has engulfed Europe and spread to the United States, infecting more than 1.6 million worldwide.
South African rugby giants Cheetahs, who campaign in the highly-competitive Pro14 Championship comprising of professional clubs from Ireland, Italy, Scotland, South Africa and Wales, has extended the contract of Namibian international prop Aranos Coetzee until 2022.
As if the past weekend without live sports was not miserable enough, now one has to negotiate the next three weeks indoors. A perfect recipe for one to slit their wrists, right?
Abuja – Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari on Sunday ordered the “cessation of all movements” for two weeks in the largest city Lagos and capital Abuja to stop the spread of coronavirus.
Johannesburg – South African police fired rubber bullets towards hundreds of shoppers queueing outside a supermarket in Johannesburg as authorities battled to keep people at home in a bid to halt the spread of the coronavirus.
Bamako – Malians headed to the polls on Sunday for a long-delayed parliamentary election just hours after the country recorded its first coronavirus death and with the leading opposition figure kidnapped and believed to be in the hands of jihadists.
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Seated (from left) Fortune Chasi, Minister of Energy and Power Development, (Zimbabwe) and Mathews Nkhuwa, Minister of Energy (Zambia) signing while (standing) Tom Alweendo, Minister of Mines and Energy (Namibia), Alfeus !Naruseb, Minister of Water (Namibia) and Dr Tembinkosi Mhlongo, Deputy Executive Secretary for Regional Integration were among the witnesses. Photo: Contributed
JOHANNESBURG - The South African government says good progress has been made in negotiations to re-open markets for South African meat products following the end of a foot-and-mouth disease outbreak in Limpopo.
WINDHOEK - An Angolan man is expected to appear in the Okahao Magistrate’s Court today after he allegedly killed the mother of his two children by beating her with a super brick on the head multiple times yesterday before setting two huts on fire.
Omupresidente gwaDemocratic Republic of Congo (DRC) Joseph Kabila ota ti ota ka thiga po oshipundi shuupresidente konima yomahogololo ngoka taga ka kala ko momasiku 23 Desemba , ashike otashi ka vulika a ka kuthe ombinga momahogololo gopaupresidente monahiya.
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WINDHOEK – Outgoing chairperson of SADC Council of Ministers Lindiwe Sisulu says for a long time regional industrial growth, particularly in the manufacturing sector, has been less impressive, and member states’ economies are insufficiently diversified.
WINDHOEK - Director of Social and Human Development at the SADC Secretariat Duduzile Simelane said the region has successfully reached a milestone of implementing the HIV/AIDS cross border initiative where health services were provided to mobile populations including sex workers at the border posts.
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