• November 27th, 2020


Mali votes despite virus, security fears

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.


SADC ministers push for Regional Priority Power Projects

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

What a blessing 2018 for Esperance

Spoken Word artist Esperance Luvindao is a gifted poetess. Many may know her from the Namibia Annual Music Awards (NAMAs) stage but Esperance writes poetry to speak about death, rape and depression in contemporary environment.


AFCON remains in the hands of a few

GABORONE - The latest decision to strip Cameroon of its right to host the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations, due to security concerns and infrastructure delays, will see the continental soccer showpiece rotate in the hands of a few.

SADC industrial growth less impressive - Sisulu

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.

SADC winning on social and human development fronts

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.