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Southern African states work to save forests

Southern African states work to save forests

Namibia, Angola and Zambia have agreed to set up a time-bound action plan to manage and monitor the timber trade. High-value timber from the three southern African countries, often bound for South Africa and Asia, is subject to overharvesting and illegal and unregulated trade.
UN awards first Nelson Mandela prize

UN awards first Nelson Mandela prize

Two laureates have been awarded the first UN Nelson Mandela Prize - Dr Helena Ndume of Namibia and Jorge Fernando Branco Sampaio of Portugal, who were recognised by the global body for their services to humanity and democracy, in the spirit of the late leader.

A tribute to South Africa’s neighbours

A photographic exhibition, On the Frontline, at the Nelson Mandela Foundation's Centre of Memory reflects on the contribution – and the price they paid – from countries in Africa to helping the liberation struggle overcome apartheid.

SA signs Benguela conservation pact

SA, Namibia, Angola adopt Benguela Current pact

South Africa, Angola and Namibia have signed and adopted the Benguela Current Convention, which will see the three countries working together on the protection and sustainable use of the Benguela Current marine ecosystem, one of the richest ecosystems on earth.
Banyana beat Nigeria

Banyana down Namibia in Van Wyk’s 100th

South Africa's women's football team, Banyana Banyana, beat Namibia 2-0 at Dobsonville Stadium in Soweto on Sunday in captain Janine van Wyk's 100th international. She trails only Portia Modise, who has turned out for Banyana 110 times.

Brand South Africa profiles South Africa infrastructure to African media houses

 

Johannesburg, 25 September 2013 - Infrastructure in South Africa was foremost on the agenda as a group of African journalists embarked on a media tour, hosted by Brand South Africa. The journalists work for various media organisations based in Nigeria, Zimbabwe, Namibia and South Africa.

Bafana into Cosafa Cup semi-finals

Bafana into Cosafa Cup semi-finals

South Africa advanced to the semi-finals of the 2013 Cosafa Cup after a hard-fought 2-1 victory over Namibia at a packed Nkoloma Stadium in Lusaka, Zambia on Saturday.

Border posts go hi-tech

The modernisation of South Africa’s border control technology is easing the process for people taking cargo across national borders, and making it harder for criminals to dodge the system.
More soldiers patrol borders

Africa is the place to see stars

The NamibRand Nature Reserve in Namibia has been proclaimed as the continent’s first international dark sky reserve, meaning that it’s one of the best places on earth to star-gaze.
Lost skulls return to Namibia

Business school to expand in Africa

The University of Stellenbosch Business School is to offer its popular Management Development Programme in a further three African nations – students in Ghana, Kenya and Zimbabwe will soon be able to attend the course, along with their colleagues in South Africa, Botswana and Namibia.
SA and US to educate executives

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