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Exploring Africa’s Genetic History: The Khoe-San

Genetically, culturally and ethically the Khoe-San have something special to add to this world. The importance of this study is to put the Khoe...

Orphaned Girl Becomes The Youngest Person To Attend University In Southern...

AFRICANGLOBE - She grew up in grinding poverty, losing both her parents at a tender age but 14-year-old whizz-kid Maud Chifamba has defied adversity and hardship to break academic records.

Africa Tourism Hinges Future Growth On Diversity

Tourism in Africa is now on the recovery process from the world economic recession and financial crisis of 2008 and 2010. However, tourism arrivals...

Southern Africa Forges Ahead With Its Common Agenda

Southern Africa has taken a significant step forward in its quest for deeper regional integration following the approval of a long-awaited blueprint that outlines...

Ethiopian Airlines Unveils Dreamliner

One of Africa's fastest growing airlines, Ethiopian Airlines, has formally unveiled its latest acquisition - the Boeing 787-800 Dreamliner in Harare. The arrival of the...

Robert Mugabe and the Liberation of Southern Africa

During the 1950s and 1960s while most of the European colonies in Africa were gaining their independence, the southern tier of the continent remained...

Southern African Countries Embark on Ambitious Power Project

The much-touted and ambitious N$1.8-billion power interconnector project for southern Africa, dubbed the 'Zizabona', may be officially unveiled at the investor round-table meeting currently...

‘African Union Chairmanship Coming to Southern Africa’

Zambia's Foreign Affairs Minister Given Lubinda is confident that the position of African Union chairmanship will this time around go to the Southern African...

Southern Africa Infrastructure Plan Ready for Approval

Southern Africa's long-awaited regional infrastructure development master plan is now ready for approval by the SADC Heads of State and Government Summit set for...

African Tourism on Show at Indaba 2012

Southern Africa's biggest tourism showcase, Indaba 2012, takes place at Durban's International Convention Centre from 12 to 15 May. Despite a general flat to downward...

South Africa and Swaziland to Build $2 Billion Railway Line

The 146-kilometre railway line to be established between South Africa and Swaziland will help reduce the cost of doing business between the two countries. Swazi traders, who import most of their wares from South Africa, feel the new railway infrastructure will also have positive spinoffs for the consumer by lowering the prices of commodities because of the potential reduction of transport costs.

East Africa's U.S. $3 Billion Infrastructure Facelift Plan

Regional leaders are seeking to raise at least $3 billion for a planned infrastructure facelift to boost East and southern Africa as an investment destination.

Southern African Nations Launch Agricultural Research Centre

Located in Gaborone, Botswana, the Coordination of Agricultural Research and Development in Southern Africa (CCARDESA) aims to coordinate and stimulate agricultural growth through research, technology development and dissemination of research information to farmers.