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2012-03-16 10:05:53 Walka Launches in Windhoek [Namibia Economist] One of the most innovative new television products has just landed in the Namibian market, the Walka. The Walka is a portable handheld TV device which enables Windhoek based DStv subscribers to watch television on the go at any time.

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Friday, 04-24-15, 17:26Armed Chief Justice Holed Up in Home[Swazi Media] The Swaziland Chief Justice Michael Ramodibedi, who is evading arrest by police, has two firearms and is holding his family hostage at his home, the kingdom's police chief said Friday.
Friday, 04-24-15, 17:16Feature - Chinese Company Helps Consume Unemployment in Angola[Focac] Luanda -Tchososola Codista, unlike most of her Portugese-spoken Angolan colleagues, speaks fluent English. And she is not shy away from sharing her feelings of working in a Chinese company.
Friday, 04-24-15, 17:10Prosecutor to Call Eleven Witnesses in Bemba's Second Trial[Bemba Trial Website] The International Criminal Court (ICC) prosecutor intends to call 11 witnesses to testify against Jean-Pierre Bemba and his four former associates on charges of witness and evidence tampering.
Friday, 04-24-15, 16:52China, Ethiopia Reiterate Commitment to Taking Bilateral Relations to New Level[Focac] Addis Ababa -China and Ethiopia have reiterated their commitment to further strengthen their bilateral relations and deepen overall cooperation established between them.
Friday, 04-24-15, 16:24Jonathan Meets Buhari on Transition[This Day] Abuja -Apparently to discuss the smooth hand-over of government on May 29, President Goodluck Jonathan on Friday met behind closed doors with the president-elect, Maj. Gen. Muhammadu Buhari (rtd).

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