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Kalahari Sands Hotel & Casino Namibia

Kalahari Sands Hotel & Casino Namibia

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Namib Diesel CC

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Karibib Mining & Construction Company (Namibia) Limited

Karibib Mining & Construction Company (Namibia) Limited

8 Wasserfall Street, Swakopmund, Namibia
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Telecom Namibia

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MTN appoints Rob Shuter as CEO following earnings ...

South Africa’s MTN Group has appointed Rob Shuter as chief executive after the mobile phone network company announced a R2.6bn ($198m) loss in earnings in 2016. Shuter, who previously worked for London-headquartered Vodafone, was appointed on Monday to head up the revamped senior management team, following the com...

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Fall in mining and manufacturing shrinks South Afr...

South Africa’s economy contracted to 0.3 percent in the last quarter of 2016, due to a fall in mining and manufacturing production.

According to the country’s statistics office, the shrinkage in the two key sectors of the economy pulled growth into negative territory.

Figures from the agency indicate, the mining industry’s 11.5 percent drop in production was the main contributor to the economy’s slowdown, brought about by a fall in production of coal, gold and other metal ores, such as platinum and iron ore. Whi...

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Many reasons Durban lost chance to host 2022 Commo...

Durban was stripped of the right to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games on Monday because the South African government couldn’t provide financial guarantees, plus other commitments made when it won the bid had still not been met nearly two years later.

Durban presented a revised budget and hosting proposal to the Commonwealth Games Federation at a last-ditch meeting last weekend to save Africa’s first international multi-sport event.

“It is with disappointment that the detailed review has concluded that there is...

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African CEOs to meet in Geneva to discuss investme...

Africa CEO Forum will look at revitalising investment flows into the continent and comes at a time when commodity prices are showing signs of recovery

About 20 South African CEOs are expected to attend the Africa CEO Forum, which, is taking place in Geneva, Switzerland, later in March.

The fifth edition of the forum is due to focus on international investments in Africa. It is running from March 20–21.

The forum will look at revitalising investment flows into Africa and comes when commodity prices are showing s...

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TB AWARENESS MONTH (1-31 MARCH 2017)

Did you know that, every year, tuberculosis (TB) causes thousands of deaths in South Africa and the rest of the world? The death toll also rises worldwide every year.

TB Awareness Month is commemorated each year from 1 to 31 March. This year’s theme is “Unite to end TB and HIV: South African leaders taking action”. The City of Tshwane’s Health Department aims to promote this awareness through community engagement which mainly focuses on:

TB testing and screening to identify TB; enhancing the detection of TB in c...
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Plane, Train and Automobile: This Concept Car Tran...

George Jetson can eat his heart out. A new flying-car concept can do more than just take to the skies. In fact, the futuristic vehicle takes more cues from “Transformers” than “The Jetsons” in imagining how humans might get around in the future.

This “multimodal transportation concept” is a passenger capsule that can transform into different modes of transit, by attaching to wheels for driving, connecting to propellers for flying or joining a train-like transit system such as the high-speed t...

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