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Serena outslugs top seed Halep as Djokovic battles on

Serena Williams of the U.S. in action during the match against Romania's Simona Halep. Reuters

MELBOURNE - A fired-up Serena Williams slugged past world number one Simona Halep Monday as she inches ever closer to a 24th Grand Slam title, while Novak Djokovic survived a battle to stay on course for a record seventh Australian Open crown.


Snyman, Smit save Wanderers

Gerrie Snyman in action during his innings of 83 against United

A brilliant century partnership by Gerrie Snyman and JJ Smit saved Wanderers from collapse and put them on course to a 66-run victory against United on Saturday.


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Stanzo stands tall in hip-hop

GOT THE ANTIDOTE ... Stanzo performing at 'Night Show' in Cape Town last year.

“IF a window of opportunity appears, don't pull down the shade.” Rapper and producer Stanzo took these words to heart and linked up with South African heavyweights including Tellaman, Nasty C and Gemini Major during the #IvysonTour last year.


Don Jeezy drops 'Esimbi' EP

PROMISING ... Rapper Don Jeezy recently released his  rst EP and promises a full length album later this year.

NEWCOMER Don Jeezy recently released his five-track EP 'Esimbi'. I came across his music about six months ago on SoundCloud. It was a nice song but I did not expect him to release a body of work soon.


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@Gumball_SBO: I tried guys...

Food for thought: The world record for the most irritating song on the planet at the moment is 'Baby Shark'. At least, in the eyes of some. Here's a carefully curated playlist of today's tweets to cure your blues.


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China to post slowest growth in 28 years

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KEVIN YAO

BEIJING – China is expected to report today that economic growth cooled to its slowest in 28 years in 2018, amid weakening domestic demand and bruising US tariffs, adding pressure on Beijing to roll out more support measures to avert a sharper slowdown.


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Nauyoma faces three charges

PAULINA NDALIKOKULE

ACTIVIST Dimbulukeni Nauyoma is expected to appear in the Windhoek Magistrate's Court today following his arrest for alleged obstruction of justice on Friday.read more

Come take your demons, Zim protestors demand

BRANDON VAN WYK and RUTH KAMWI

IT was under sad circumstances that Mandume Ndemufayo Avenue in Windhoek was last Friday painted green, red and yellow, when a group of about 60 Zimbabweans took to the streets to...read more

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Otjiwarongo-Otavi accident victims buried

Otjiwarongo-Otavi accident victims buried

THREE family members who died in an accident on the road between Otjiwarongo and Otavi in November last year were finally laid to rest at the Iilagati village in the Oshana region on Saturday.

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Home is where I'm most restless

THE GIFT OF SHELTER ... Since receiving his new home from a good Samaritan recently, McDonald Pietersen says he has had to endure envy from his neighbours, who ask why he was the only one who received the donation.

TUTALENI PINEHAS

WHAT was meant to be a Christmas present in the form of a shelter has turned into a mixed blessing for former homeless Windhoek resident McDonald Pietersen as his neighbours torment him over his newfound luck.

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Anglican bishops tackle malaria

Anglican bishops tackle malaria

MOSES MAGADZA

BISHOP Luke Lungile Pato of the Anglican diocese of Namibia says leaders of the faith community can play an essential role in supporting efforts to eliminate malaria because of their close connection with people at the grassroots level.

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Come take your demons, Zim protestors demand

Come take your demons, Zim protestors demand

BRANDON VAN WYK and RUTH KAMWI

IT was under sad circumstances that Mandume Ndemufayo Avenue in Windhoek was last Friday painted green, red and yellow, when a group of about 60 Zimbabweans took to the streets to protest against the continued plight of their compatriots back in Zimbabwe.

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Girl (7) allegedly commits suicide

The late Annastasia Kampulu

SEVEN-YEAR-OLD Annastasia Tilomalenga Kampulu from Walvis Bay was left alone at home last Thursday when her mother, Anna Oscar, returned to find her hanging from a cupboard with a scarf around her neck.

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Nauyoma faces three charges

Dimbulukeni Nauyoma

PAULINA NDALIKOKULE

ACTIVIST Dimbulukeni Nauyoma is expected to appear in the Windhoek Magistrate's Court today following his arrest for alleged obstruction of justice on Friday.

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Calls to publish Rössing pension fund list

Calls to publish Rössing pension fund list

THE Namibia Former Mine Workers Association has called on Rossing Uranium to advertise the list of beneficiaries' names for the N$87,5 million pension fund surplus so that families can identify the people, and also benefit.

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Medical graduates sue to stop exam

Lawyer Samson Enkali

WERNER MENGES

A GROUP of foreign-educated medical graduates who wanted the High Court to stop a pre-internship evaluation of their knowledge and skills from proceeding today have received a month-long reprieve, after the exam was postponed to February.

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