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Southern Africa Energy & Infrastructure Summit, 4-6 May 2016

Southern Africa Energy & Infrastructure Summit, 4-6 May 2016

For the last 23 years, EnergyNet has worked closely with the governments and pivotal stakeholders of Mozambique, Angola, Namibia, Botswana, Lesotho, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Madagascar, Mauritius, Democratic Republic of Congo, Zambia, and Malawi. Regional development is the key to unlocking Africa’s energy investment potential it is with this in mind that EnergyNet are delighted to […]

Namibian Student Develops The Country’s Own Social Networking Service: Namhook

Namibian Student Develops The Country’s Own Social Networking Service: Namhook

A 22 year-old Namibian man raised the Namibian flag high after he developed Namibia’s first homegrown social network app for the Namibian people. Namibian whizz-kid, Gerson Mangundu, currently studying information technology in Cuba, has developed Namibia’s own social network service called Namhook. According Mangundu, the development of the service which took him a whole year […]

Pictures: Prince Harry Wants To Stay In Africa And Protect Lions

Pictures: Prince Harry Wants To Stay In Africa And Protect Lions

Adrenaline pumping, his face alert with excitement and momentary apprehension, Prince Harry reaches out to touch the flanks of a fully grown male lion. It’s an extraordinary and heartstopping moment, as the fearsome beast which has been lightly sedated lies semi-conscious at his feet on a pitch-black night in the African bush. The Prince is […]

SADC Member Countries’ Contributions Below Expectations

SADC Member Countries’ Contributions Below Expectations

The Southern Africa Development Community (SADC)?s national secretary, Beatriz Morais, Tuesday in Gaborone (Botswana) expressed concern at the scarcity of the member states contributions to the budget of the organisation. Speaking on the fringes of the SADC Permanent Committee, Beatriz Morais said that of the Usd 37 million of the budget approved at a Council […]

Germany to return skulls of colonial Herero victims in Namibia

Germany to return skulls of colonial Herero victims in Namibia

Germany now plans to return the skulls of ethnic Herero victims of 19th-century colonialism in south-western Africa. Their skulls were transported to what was then the German Empire for “medical research.” Was it murder and expulsion, or should it be called genocide? The terminology becomes political when talking about the victims of German colonial rule […]

Angola’s Luanda, the most expensive city for ‘expats’

Angola’s Luanda, the most expensive city for ‘expats’

For the third year in a row Luanda, the capital of Angola, has held its grip on the title of being the most expensive city in the world for privileged migrant workers commonly known as expats So Mercer, the reputed global research body, released its 2015 Cost of Living Rankings which names the most (and […]

Namibia pioneers for Africa’s first e-vote

Namibia pioneers for Africa’s first e-vote

WINDHOEK — Namibia will vote in Africa’s first electronic ballot on Friday, a general election that will usher in a new president and quotas to put more women in government. But opposition parties have launched an eleventh-hour challenge to the use of the Indian-made e-voting machines, claiming the lack of a paper trail could open […]

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