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BMW Australia ordered to pay back millions ...

CANBERRA – The Australian arm of luxury German car maker BMW has been ordered to pay back more than US$55...

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South Africa's economy grows 0,2% in third quarter

PRETORIA – South Africa's economy grew by 0,2% in the third quarter of 2016 after expanding by a revised 3,5%...

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China users complain of fire-catching iPhones – consumer...

SHANGAI – Several Chinese iPhone users have claimed that their handsets caught fire or exploded, according to a Shanghai consumer...

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BoN expected to keep lending rate at 7%

NAMIBIA Equity Brokers expect the Bank of Namibia to keep its repo rate unchanged at its last monetary policy announcement...

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Swartbooi has 24 hours to apologise

PRESIDENT Hage Geingob has instructed deputy land reform minister Bernadus Swartbooi to apologise publicly for the comments he made against...

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Seidler, Roth top swimmers

PHILLIP Seidler of Dolphins and Toni Roth of NSA were the top male and female swimmers at the third Bank...

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JuliArt and Wine ends 2016 off with 'Musing'

THE monthly JuliArt and Wine event which brings together artists and art connoisseurs for a nude life drawing sessions is...

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2016's Best Test Drives

This year had a lot of highs and quite a few lows.

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Scary birthmarks

BIRTHMARKS are generally benign, but a Windhoek mother of a nine-year-old girl says her child's birthmarks are abnormal, although two...

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Govt fights child sexual violence

GOVERNMENT is looking at different ways to address the challenges professionals face in getting information from child victims of sexual...

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Economist retrenches 12 in digital move

THE Namibia Economist business newspaper has retrenched 12 workers after it went digital on 1 December.

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