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Southern Africa:South Africa, Zim Allow Murder Suspects to Walk Free

columnBy Carmel RickardWhat were the SA authorities thinking?They went to a great deal of trouble to locate suspects wanted for a brutal murder in the province of Limpopo. Once they found the two men were hiding out in Zimbabwe, they brought a successf...

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Namibia:City Looking for Street to Name After Winnie Mandela

By Okeri NgutjinazoThe City of Windhoek said it is urgently looking at naming a street after the late South African political icon, Winnie Madikizela-Mandela.The city's spokesperson, Scheifert Shigwedha, confirmed this last week during a media briefing...

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Africa:Report Ranks Zimbabweans As Continent's Poorest Citizens

By Nkosana DlaminiZimbabweans have been found to be the poorest citizens in Africa in a report that features a damning account of former President Robert Mugabe's disastrous rule. According to the AfrAsia Bank Africa Wealth report 2017 which estimates ...

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Namibia:City Gets Signal On Mama Winnie Street

Windhoek — The Windhoek City Council is, as a matter urgency, working on renaming a street in Windhoek in honour of the late South African anti-apartheid icon Winnie Madikizela-Mandela.Madikizela-Mandela, 81, was the ex-wife of that country's first dem...

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South Africa:SA Falling Behind On Renewable Energy

South Africa is falling behind on renewable energy project implementation, even as other nations accelerate their plans for green energy.According to data from Greenbyte, a renewable energy management systems manufacturer, SA lags far behind fellow BRI...

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