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Month: September 2016

NEEEF contrary to international law

A German academic told a panel discussion earlier this week that the New Economic Equitable Empowerment Framework interferes with investment treaties and is not in line with legitimate and fair expectations under international...

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SADC moves to legalise ivory trade

The Southern African Development Community this week announced intentions to move forward to legalise the trade of ivory products, thus protecting the sovereign right of three of its member states who have in the past advocated...

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Weather 30 September 2016

What Happened The early part of the week was dominated by a well-developed trough in the middle layers running diagonally across southern Africa from Angola through Namibia and Botswana into central South Africa. This trough...

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King Price moves in

The King, or rather formally King Price that has finally launched in Namibia. Launched in 2012, the nimble disruptor now has its sights firmly set on Namibia where it will compete against traditional well established short-term...

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