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Rugby - Zambia: Bhubesi Pride Tours Zambia

A number of activities have been lined up as a build up to the Grand Final to be hosted by Mine Secondary School on Friday 26th April, 2019 starting at 08hrs

The Bhubesi Pride Foundation (a UK registered charity organisation) will be touring the former mining town of Kabwe in the Central Province of Zambia. Zambia Rugby Union (ZRU) Communications Manager Tom Chaloba reviewed this in an interview. "The Coaches who are drawn from Europe, Asia, Australia and Africa have so…

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Merck Foundation brings together 15 African First Ladies to break the stigma of Infertility

The Merck foundation First Ladies Initiative (MFFLI) Summit 2019 was attended by 15 African First Ladies

Merck foundation First Ladies Initiative (MFFLI) Summit 2019 was attended by as many as Fifteen African First Ladies to discuss the strategy to break the stigma of infertility and empower women and girls in Education. Merck Foundation (www.Merck-Foundation.com), the philanthropic arm of Merck KGaA Germany conducted Merck Foundation First Ladies Initiative…

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Announcement of the new Ministry of Health and Social Services-Centers for Disease Control (MoHSS-CDC) 5 year Cooperative Agreement

The Ministry of Health recently announced that Namibia, in terms of meeting the United States Agency for International Development (UNAIDS) 95:95:95 targets, is currently at 94:96:95

Remarks by the U.S. Ambassador to Namibia, Ms. Lisa Johnson and CDC Country Director, Dr. Eric Dziuban at the announcement of the new MoHSS-CDC 5 year cooperative agreement. By U.S. Ambassador to Namibia, Ms. Lisa Johnson Good morning – I am thrilled to be here with you today. The U.S.…

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Beer And Digital: A Story Of Co-Creation In Africa

The use of digital technology is on the rise in Africa, as proven by Tafel lager’s successful ‘Beat of Namibia’ campaign

Gone are the days when Africa had a reputation for lagging behind the rest of the world when it comes to the adoption of new technologies. Right now, the continent is experiencing a digital boom. At a number of African Development Bank (www.AfDB.org) meetings, the subject of digital in Africa has been discussed…

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Angola’s Aenergy is first African business to receive Anti-Bribery Certificate

The award ISO 37001 is testament proactive anti-bribery measures that indicated how to develop businesses in a transparent way in Africa

One of Africa’s major energy and transportation firms - Aenergy (www.Aenergy.com) - has become the continent’s first business to be recognised by Bureau Veritas for its outstanding work practices. Angola-based Aenergy, which operates the country's largest thermal power plant and provides locomotive engines for the nation’s railways, has been awarded…

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U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) Supports Aviation Cooperation with Sub-Saharan Africa

USTDA supported a delegation of aviation officials from key African markets

Today, the U.S. Trade and Development Agency concluded a three-day U.S.-Africa Airport Issues Conference, organized by the American Association of Airport Executives and Airports Company South Africa, and supported by the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration. The conference convened U.S. industry representatives and high-level aviation officials from several African countries to…

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Canada to participate in Women, Peace and Security meeting in Namibia

Prior to this meeting in Namibia, the Parliamentary Secretary also travelled to Ethiopia on April 8, 2019 to pay tribute to the victims of the Ethiopian Airlines plane crash on March 10, 2019

Canada strongly believes the greater participation by women in peacekeeping will pave the way for a more enduring peace. On behalf of the Honourable Chrystia Freeland, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Pamela Goldsmith-Jones, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Foreign Affairs (Consular Affairs), will attend a meeting of the Women, Peace…

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The victory of Kenya over previously unbeaten Namibia

For the first time, Kenya qualifies for the Junior World Trophy which will take place in Sao José Dos Campos, Brazil, from 9th to 21st July, 2019

In Nairobi, the "Chipus", the under-20s Kenyan selection, emerged as victors from the African Under-20 Championship Tournament, beating the Namibians, the previously unconquered title-holders. This was an remarkable victory dislodging Namibia from its throne for the first time. In another surprise of the tournament, Senegal, ranked 4th, managed to beat…

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Zimbabwe announces Provisional Squad for U20 Barthés Cup

Zimbabwe will host Ivory Coast, Morocco and Madagascar in Group B fixtures

Zimbabwe has announced the 28-member provisional squad for the group B under-20 Barthés Cup to be hosted in Harare on the 17th and the 20th of April in Harare. The Barthes comprises of 12 teams, it is the only Rugby Africa junior tournament, Namibia were the overall champions in the 2018 Barthes…

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Kenya: Africa's Under 20 Rugby Champions

Chipu beat the defending champions Namibia 21-18 in what was a very intense match

Chipu as the Kenya Under 20 side is referred to by the fans lifted the Barthes Trophy Cup on 7th April at the KCB Sports Club Ruaraka. Chipu beat the defending champions Namibia 21-18 in what was a very intense match. Delron Brandt drilled in two penalty kicks for Namibia…