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Roads claim heavy toll

20 hours ago | Accidents

Close to 130 children up to 15 years old died in car crashes between 2013 and 2015, 68 of whom were five and younger. Sixty...

Shifeta fights for San rights

20 hours ago | Cultural

Environment and tourism minister Pohamba Shifeta is prepared to personally ensure that the illegal settlers who were ordered last month to vacate the Na#Jaqna Conservancy...

Meatco’s feedlot to stay closed

20 hours ago | Agriculture

Meatco’s Okapuka feedlot near Windhoek will remain closed for at least eight months, the Directorate of Veterinary Services (DVS) in the agricultural ministry said on...

One dead, one critically injured...

20 hours ago | Accidents

A chain collision involving three vehicles on the B2 road near Usakos claimed the life of one person on Friday.Chief Inspector Jatikua Tjiramba also confirmed...

Rhino poaching case drags on

20 hours ago | Justice

The poaching case of former Brave Warriors team medic Gerson Kandjii and five other accused on Friday was postponed to 27 February 2017 for plea...

All rhinos gone in ten...

20 hours ago | Environment

Although the government is spending N$10 million per month on protecting Namibia’s wildlife, poaching trends indicate that the country will lose its entire rhino population...

Meatco's first consignment off to...

20 hours ago | Agriculture

Meatco shipped the first consignment of Namibian beef destined for Hong Kong last week Thursday after receiving approval to start beef exports to Asian markets...

Namibia is an investor haven...

20 hours ago | Government

The government remains committed to managing the Namibian economy in a prudent and responsible manner.This was said by President Hage Geingob when he addressed the...

MPs concerned about their safety

20 hours ago | Government

Members of Parliament expressed concern over their safety in the National Assembly, after education minister Katrina Hanse-Himarwa found a note in the chambers addressed to...

US government targets 100% viral...

20 hours ago | Health

The United States government, through its President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) initiative, says it aims to assist Namibia reach a 100% viral load...

Not much sympathy for Namibia’s...

20 hours ago | Environment

Namibia does not have much hope for a positive outcome at the upcoming CITES conference in South Africa after it was “flagrantly ignored and disregarded”...

RDP slams N$11m for struggle...

20 hours ago | Politics

The Rally for Democracy and Progress (RDP) has accused the Swapo-led government and the Social Security Commission of poor governance and lack of accountability. This...

First Lady appointed UNAIDS advocate...

20 hours ago | People

While attending the 71st session of the United Nations in New York, the executive director of UNAIDS, Michel Sidibe, appointed the First Lady of Namibia,...

A case of the blind...

20 hours ago | Opinion

Congratulations and very well done to our heroes Ananias Shikongo and Johannes Nambala and their guides.Their story is the ultimate expression of grit, determination, persistence...

Shot of the day

20 hours ago | Picture of the day

FOOD ART: This Photo taken on 19 September 2016 shows a Chinese dish on the World Championship of Chinese Cuisine in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. The...

Embattled Boko Haram leader Shekau...

20 hours ago | International

The embattled leader of jihadist group Boko Haram, Abubakar Shekau, resurfaced in a video posted online Sunday, rejecting assertions by the Nigerian army that he...

Britain has lot to do...

20 hours ago | International

Britain has a lot of work to do before triggering the formal divorce procedure with the European Union but once it is done, the country...

Sevens team impress in Kenya

20 hours ago | Sports

Namibia’s foray into the world of sevens rugby is showing good early signs after the team reached the final of the Africa Cup Sevens tournament...

Publish reports for public scrutiny

20 hours ago | Sports

While thinking out loud some day and still thinking of the players that will be left on the streets if the league does not kick...

Wanderers get first taste of...

20 hours ago | Sports

FNB Wanderers beat Northam Platinum Rhinos 60-29 at their field in Windhoek’s Olympia suburb on Saturday. The win was the team’s first after having opened...

Football Stakeholders Forum established

20 hours ago | Sports

An advocacy group known as the Football Stakeholders Forum was established on Thursday to try and rescue the 2016/17 football season. A steering committee was...

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