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Africa

China’s demand for Africa’s donkeys is rising. Why it’s time to control the trade

Women walk with their donkeys in Ethiopia’s Amhara region. Buena Vista Images/GettyImages Lauren Johnston, South African Institute of International Affairs In recent years, there’s been a huge, rising demand for donkey hides in China, where they are used to make an ancient health-related product called ejiao. Ejiao is made from collagen that’s been extracted from donkey hides mixed with herbs and other ingredients to create medicinal and health consumer products. […]

todayFebruary 20, 2024 11

Namibia

Obituary: Hage G Geingob 3 August 1941 – 4 February 2024

Hage Gottfried Geingob (3 August 1941 – 4 February 2024) President Dr. Hage G Geingob became the first Namibian president to die in office when he succumbed early in the morning of 4 February 2024, after having been rushed to a private hospital in Windhoek on 3 February 2024 shortly after his return from the United States where he had sought novel cancer treatment. Dr. Geingob was born in Tsumeb in 1941, receiving […]

todayFebruary 4, 2024 711 2

Namibia

Hundreds attend bikers street procession at Otjiwarongo

  A group of 17 bikers from Angola and Namibia on Thursday held a street procession in Otjiwarongo’s Hage Geingob Avenue in preparation for their 2024 Africa Ubuntu Run show, which is set for Karibib on Sunday. The parade, led by Otjiwarongo Municipality traffic vehicles, started at the police roadblock north of town, and attracted hundreds of onlookers. Otjozondjupa Governor, James Uerikua and Chairperson of the Otjozondjupa Regional Council, Marlayn […]

todayJanuary 26, 2024 11

Africa

Culinary passion ignites Botswana’s spice industry: the flavorful journey of chef Cathy

  By Mmapula Molapong, bird story agency "My memories of food are very powerful. My earliest memory dates back to when I was about eight years old. I absolutely adored going to the farm with my grandmother, we used to get up really early in the morning on weekends to harvest vegetables, sorghum and maize,” said Ompelege Moreosele, who is better known both in Botswana and South Africa as food […]

todayJanuary 17, 2024 27

Oshiwambo

Zimbabwe na Botswana vatulapo omukanda udafano wokweendafana pehena omikanda pitikilo

Omu President wa Zimbabwe na Botswana okwa lopotwa vakufa ombinga mokutulapo eudafano twokumwe olo talipitike opo ovakwashiwana vavo vatauluke eengaba vamanguluka. Eudafano kumwe ngeenge ola manifwa noku tulwa moilonga ola talika lili oshikando oshi 2 kuBotswana' tatulapo omulandu oo konima eshi ali atulapo omulandu wafaafana na Namibia mu February. Pefimbo ali tapopifa oshongalele oshi 5 sho Kusi Ideas Festival,  osho shaningilwa mo  Gaborone sha Botswana, oo eli omupresident wa Zimbabwe, […]

todayDecember 8, 2023 11 4 3

Oshiwambo

Ouminsitry womidingonoko nomatalelepo onghela owe shikoleka kutya, okwa tulwa moipandeko ovafeekelwa veli 2 ovo vahangwa nomayoo eendjaba eli 15 momukunda Namandumo  tauhangwa moshitopolwa sha Zambezi . Shelikwatelela kwao eli omupopiliko wouminditry , Romeo Muyunda  okwati ekwatepo lavo ola landula kokashava komonanguwi oko kali kaunganekwa. Muyunda  okwati ovafeekelwa va 2 oveli oshitopolwa shovafeekelwa veli 7,  ovo opo ashike vahangwa opo veyamo moshilongo okudja ko Botswana,  oko va kufilako ombinga moukongo uheli […]

todayNovember 28, 2023 5

Africa

Namibia, Botswana and South Africa sign Trans Kalahari Corridor MoU

Namibia, Botswana, and South Africa have signed a Memorandum of Understanding on the 'Development and Management of the Trans Kalahari Corridor'. The MoU aims to improve trade relations and facilitate the movement of goods and people along the corridor and the broader region. To implement this, law enforcement agents from the member states are establishing checkpoints along the Trans Kalahari Corridor for trade facilitation. The Ministry of Works and Transport’s […]

todayNovember 21, 2023 32 2

UNICEF

Africa

Geingob and counterparts reassure children of rights and safety

The leaders of Namibia, Botswana, Zambia and Zimbabwe have reiterated their commitment to providing a safer environment for children in their countries. President Hage Geingob, President Mokgweetsi Masisi, Minister of Community Development and Social Services Doreen Mwamba and Vice President Kembo Mohadi attended the UNICEF World Children’s Day commemoration in Walvis Bay on Sunday, joining over 500 children and dignitaries from the four countries. The three-day event was held under […]

todayNovember 21, 2023 6

Oshiwambo

Edimbuluko lefiku lokanona mounyuni omongula moWalvis Bay

Tapopi nondjo nghundana yetu yoFuture Media News,  oo eli omupopiliko wouminsity woufike pamwe paukashike koo okanhu ekondjifo loluhepo nonghalo nawa yoshiwana Lukas Haufiku okwati,  Namibia neudo okwe limanga oukuni kumwe noshilongo Botwana, Zambia, Zimbabwe oku dimbuluka efiku lounona mounyuni. Okwati efiku oha lidimbulukiwa alushe mo 20 November omudo keshe, ashike neudo ota li dimbulukiwa mo 19 November tashiningilwa mo mudingonoko waWalvis Bay , omo ounona okudja moilongo yatumbulwa metetekelo tava […]

todayNovember 18, 2023 5 1 3

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