Samsung plans for massive growth

Samsung Group on Tuesday unveiled a massive 450 trillion won (US$356 billion) investment blueprint for the next five years aimed at making it a frontrunner in a wide range of sectors from semiconductors to biologics. The AFP news agency quotes the company as saying...

Academics say change is ripe in Angola

Jon Schubert and Gilson Lázaro, professors from the Universities of Basel and Angola respectively, write in an article published on the Conversation that ahead of the August 2022 elections, in which President João Lourenço is running for a second term, hopes of a...

Tedros, from ‘child of war’ to two-term WHO chief

By Agnès PEDRERO Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, who is all but guaranteed to secure a second term as WHO chief Tuesday, describes himself as a man of peace, shaped by a childhood in war. The first African to head the World Health Organization and the sole candidate on...

Bachelet visits China

United Nations Human Rights chief, Michelle Bachelet, is conducting a six-day tour of China to investigate allegations of repression against Muslim minorities, the first visit, Richard Kimber reports, by a UN High Commissioner for Human Rights in 17 years.

Mnangagwa hits out at xenophobia

Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa, writing in a pre-Africa Day opinion column published in the state-controlled Sunday Mail, blamed the recent xenophobic attacks in South Africa on "long colonialism" describing it as, "... a racialised war of black African...

SA’s largest gold mine to rely on solar power

South Africa's biggest gold mine, Gold Fields' South Deep mine, having gotten the green light to construct a solar power plant from the National Energy Regulator of South Africa in 2021, will be switching to solar power later this year. Business Insider reports that...

City of Windhoek to offer prepaid water meters

The City of Windhoek has begun rolling out a project to install prepaid water meters in Windhoek which it says is expected to be the answer to more sustainable water consumption and management within the city. City spokesperson, Harold Akwenye, explains that while the...

Angola’s ruling party faces united opposition in upcoming poll. But it’s pushing back

Jon Schubert, University of Basel and Gilson Lázaro, Catholic University of Angola The election of Angolan President João Lourenço in 2017 raised hopes of a shift from the authoritarian and corrupt era of his predecessor. This was thanks to the new, more open and...

‘Kind of complicated’: Growing grapes in the world’s driest desert

By Alberto PEÑA In the middle of Chile's Atacama desert, the driest in the world, Hector Espindola has an unexpected job: he runs a vineyard. Nearly 2,500 meters (8,000 feet) above sea level, his small Bosque Viejo farm produces muscat grapes -- and another of a...

Fleeing parolee back in jail

A far-right bomb planter who was jailed for life for his part in an explosion that killed four people in the 1990s fled to Namibia on the day he was released on parole. But City Press reports, Jan “Voetbol” van der Westhuizen, the mastermind behind the bombing on...

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Samsung plans for massive growth

Samsung Group on Tuesday unveiled a massive 450 trillion won (US$356 billion) investment blueprint for the next five years aimed at making it a frontrunner in a wide range of sectors from semiconductors to biologics. The AFP news agency quotes the company as saying...

Academics say change is ripe in Angola

Jon Schubert and Gilson Lázaro, professors from the Universities of Basel and Angola respectively, write in an article published on the Conversation that ahead of the August 2022 elections, in which President João Lourenço is running for a second term, hopes of a...

Bachelet visits China

United Nations Human Rights chief, Michelle Bachelet, is conducting a six-day tour of China to investigate allegations of repression against Muslim minorities, the first visit, Richard Kimber reports, by a UN High Commissioner for Human Rights in 17 years.

Mnangagwa hits out at xenophobia

Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa, writing in a pre-Africa Day opinion column published in the state-controlled Sunday Mail, blamed the recent xenophobic attacks in South Africa on "long colonialism" describing it as, "... a racialised war of black African...

SA’s largest gold mine to rely on solar power

South Africa's biggest gold mine, Gold Fields' South Deep mine, having gotten the green light to construct a solar power plant from the National Energy Regulator of South Africa in 2021, will be switching to solar power later this year. Business Insider reports that...

City of Windhoek to offer prepaid water meters

The City of Windhoek has begun rolling out a project to install prepaid water meters in Windhoek which it says is expected to be the answer to more sustainable water consumption and management within the city. City spokesperson, Harold Akwenye, explains that while the...

Fleeing parolee back in jail

A far-right bomb planter who was jailed for life for his part in an explosion that killed four people in the 1990s fled to Namibia on the day he was released on parole. But City Press reports, Jan “Voetbol” van der Westhuizen, the mastermind behind the bombing on...

Amnesty says executions increased in 2021

Its annual report, Death Sentences and Executions, rights group Amnesty International said that at least 579 people were killed by states that retain capital punishment while at least 2,052 had a death sentence passed against them, an increase of 20% and 40%...

Discover Namibia Expo gets underway in Swakop

The inaugural Discover Namibia Intra Africa Trade Expo and Africa Summit started in Swakopmund yesterday, under the theme “Unpacking Trade and Investment Opportunities on the African continent”. Co-founder Percy Morapedi Koji says that various speakers from Namibia,...

Grants offered for Namibia artists

The Africa Prime Initiative, a philanthropic arm of American-based video streaming platform Africa Prime, has partnered with Namibia's StArt Art Gallery to launch its inaugural grants for African visual artists. Through the programme five Namibian artists will be...

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Tedros, from ‘child of war’ to two-term WHO chief

By Agnès PEDRERO Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, who is all but guaranteed to secure a second term as WHO chief Tuesday, describes himself as a man of peace, shaped by a childhood in war. The first African to head the World Health Organization and the sole candidate on...

Angola’s ruling party faces united opposition in upcoming poll. But it’s pushing back

Jon Schubert, University of Basel and Gilson Lázaro, Catholic University of Angola The election of Angolan President João Lourenço in 2017 raised hopes of a shift from the authoritarian and corrupt era of his predecessor. This was thanks to the new, more open and...

‘Kind of complicated’: Growing grapes in the world’s driest desert

By Alberto PEÑA In the middle of Chile's Atacama desert, the driest in the world, Hector Espindola has an unexpected job: he runs a vineyard. Nearly 2,500 meters (8,000 feet) above sea level, his small Bosque Viejo farm produces muscat grapes -- and another of a...

Fly me to the Moon: US, Japan aim for lunar landing

Japan and the United States said Monday they want to put the first Japanese astronaut on the Moon as the allies deepen cooperation on space projects. No non-American has ever touched down on the lunar surface, and Japan has previously said it hopes to achieve a Moon...

Biden says US would defend Taiwan militarily from invasion

President Joe Biden warned on Monday that China was "flirting with danger" and said the United States would defend Taiwan militarily if Beijing invaded, the second time in eight months he has made that vow. "That's the commitment we made," he said when asked if...

Rising star of African art hits on colonialism, tyranny and beauty of black

By Lucie PEYTERMANN In a serene studio filled with birdsong, Omar Ba takes off his shoes and gets down on his hands and knees. Then the renowned Senegalese artist begins to paint a five-metre-long canvas a deep, dark shade of black. This is how Ba, a rising star in...

New Australian PM heads to Tokyo with climate message

Australia's Prime Minister Anthony Albanese took the oath of office Monday and immediately flew to a Tokyo summit with a "message to the world" that his country is ready to engage on climate change. The 59-year-old centre-left Labor Party leader was sworn in during a...

Four strange COVID symptoms you might not have heard about

Vassilios Vassiliou, University of East Anglia; Ranu Baral, University of East Anglia, and Vasiliki Tsampasian, University of East Anglia Well over two years into the pandemic, hundreds of thousands of COVID cases continue to be recorded around the world every day....

Monkeypox fact file

With cases of Monkeypox having been detected in North America and Europe here are some facts about the rare zoonotic disease.

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