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Namibia’s banking population shoots up- NSA

Latest indications from the Namibia Statistics Agency (NSA) dating back from the 2017 financial year are that the number of Namibians who are bank...

Kauta resigns as NAC chairperson

Chairperson for the Namibia Airports Company (NAC) Rodgers Kauta has officially resigned from his duties, permanent secretary in the ministry of w...

Lawyer tears apart Oshakati Doctor’s evidence in trafficking/rape case

The defence council presiding over a case of rape and trafficking had a field day yesterday in the Windhoek High Court when the doctor who did the...

Charcoal exports to increase to 200 000 tons

Namibian charcoal exports are expected to increase to 200 000 tons by 2020 from 160 000 tons that are exported annually. There are currently a...

Shambyu succession war plays out in court

The battle of who should rise to the vacant throne of the Shambyu Traditional Authority played out in the Windhoek High Court before Judge Angula ...

Thieves take Katutura ambulance for a joy-ride

In a daring movie-style criminal act by suspected youths over the weekend, a Katutura-based ambulance was stolen and taken for a joy-ride before b...

Environment


Beauty and the beasts  a tale of Sune Januarys struggle to save the Rhino

Miss Namibia, Sune January has dared leave the pomp and magnificence that comes with the cro...

N$23m for combating wildlife trafficking

The United States of America (USA), in partnership with World Wildlife Fund (WWF), has announced ...

Green products struggling for market penetration

Namibia’s green business seems to precariously hang by the noose as green products con...

KTWSP to see 60% completion

About 60% of the Kunene Trans-boundary Water Supply Project (KTWSP) is set to be completed t...

Drought causes fluctuation in livestock marketing

The number of cattle and small stock marketed at export abattoirs and butchers, as well as t...

Trophy hunting rakes in N$300m

Trophy-hunting has contributed about N$350 million to the economy in the last financial year, The...

Green Scheme elevating agronomic production

The Green Scheme project has contributed significantly to agronomic production in Namibia, s...

Recycle to enhance economy

Recycling is not only a way to maintain a clean environment, it also contributes to the Nami...

N$ 74 million Allocated Towards Drought Relief

The Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry (MAWF) has allocated a budget of N$74 millio...

Desertification affects crop growth

Deputy Minister of environment and tourism, Tommy Nambahu said desertification and land degr...

Subsistence farmers main culprits of 95% veld fires

Through burning grass and bushes to create more land area for farming, subsistence farmers c...

MET gears up to save Rhinos

The Wildlife Crime Prevention Unit of NAMPOL and the Namibian Defence force are put to lead ...

EIF kicks off annual awards

The Environmental Investment Fund (EIF) of Namibia will from now on annually award custodian...

Local Authorities should invest in dumpsites

Environmentalists have called on local authorities to invest in the construction of environm...

Town councils struggle with waste management

Most town councils in Namibia do not have a bankable waste management system to curb anomali...

Africa ÔÇÿmissing out on biotech green revolutionÔÇÖ

  Sub-Saharan Africa’s agricultural sector needs to harvest the fruits of bio...

MET on point with development of protected areas

The Ministry of Environment and Tourism (MET) has recently launched three policies for conservati...

Government commended for giraffe conservancy

Giraffe Conservation Foundation (GCF) Executive Director and Conservation Scientist Dr J...

O&L launches an environment week

The Ohlthaver and List (O&L) Group of companies is launching its first ever environment ...

Law enforcement, wildlife protection in the making

Although Namibia has successfully implemented biodiversity conservation, it has been gradual...

Next Graphite announces completion of license transfer to subsidiary

Next Graphite Inc., a development stage company in Namibia targeting the global graphite pro...

Simulators to improve mine safety, productivity, despite sectorÔÇÖs slowdown

Despite continued cautiousness and a slowdown in the global mining industry, investments in ...

Local rhinos under threat

Ministry of Environment and Tourism (MET) says rhinoceros poaching is slowly gaining momentu...

Debmarine posts a record 1.16 mil carats

Debmarine Namibia last year achieved a production record of 1.16m carats of diamonds, compar...

Tight collaboration needed against wildlife trafficking

Wildlife trade is a big business, run by dangerous international networks while animal parts...

Blossom, Tequila return to Great Wings

Musicians, Blossom and Tequila, have re-signed to record label, Great Wings Promotions, with...

Adopting sustainable development starts at community level

With the belief that change starts at community level, Desert Research Foundation Namibia (DRFN) ...

Need to reinforce environmental laws

To create a platform for regulators and industry experts to share best practices relating to envi...

Promoting environment friendly activities

The Economic Land Degradation initiative (ELD) June 2013 report stresses that deforestation and l...

Commonwealth donates N$20 000 to drought

          The Commonwealth Heads of Mission Gro...