Agriculture

Ancestral land claims hit Rundu

15 hours ago | Agriculture

A group of residents are demanding land at Rundu's Kaisosi township on the basis that it belonged to their forefathers.The group led by Pastor Magareth Mate da Rocha and Brigitte Kalihonda have told the Rundu...

Ta ya pula evi lyuuthiga wawo moRundu

15 hours ago | Agriculture

Ongundu ndjoka otayi kwatelwa komeho komusita Magareth Mate Da Rocha oshowo Brigitte Kalihonda, na oya gandja omaiyuvo gawo kelelo lyondoolopa yaRundu taya popi kutya kaya uviteko ko kutya omolwashike ye na okukala kaye na evi...

Climate change and productivity

2 days ago - 20 March 2019 | Agriculture

Climate change is a long-term change in climatic/weather patterns of the earth or region. Such change is observed in temperature and rainfall patterns, amongst others. It has consistently been reported that the earth's temperature is...

Agri ministry sidesteps timber issues

2 days ago - 20 March 2019 | Agriculture

The ministry has sidestepped key questions on whether it will re-implement the ban on the export of unprocessed timber until a local value addition processing factory is established.It did however say, weeks after being sent...

'Give back the land if you can't farm'

3 days ago - 19 March 2019 | Agriculture

Northwest division chief veterinarian Dr Kennedy Shoombe says Mangetti agriculturists must stop calling themselves farmers, and instead call themselves livestock keepers for weddings and funerals.“If you cannot farm, give the land to those who want...

Opoloyeka yomeya mOmuntele oya pumbwa omulongi omupe

3 days ago - 19 March 2019 | Agriculture

Oshimaliwa shopoloyeka yomunino gwomeya Ondangwa-Omuntele osha li poomiliyona 46.4 momvula yo 2014 ihe osha yi pombanda poomiliyona 51.1 momvula yo 2017.MuMaalitsa gwo 2017 ehangano ndyoka...

Ne kamu shi aanafaalama, ihe aaniimuna – Shoombe

3 days ago - 19 March 2019 | Agriculture

Pahapu dhomundohotola Shoombe, momudhingoloko ngoka omu na oongombe dha thika po 200 000 ndhoka itadhi longithwa paliko.Okwa popi kutya aanafaalama moMangetti nayo otaya pelwa...

Spotlight on Hou

1 week ago - 15 March 2019 | Agriculture

Well-placed sources say the harvesting of precious and protected trees continues despite the environment ministry's moratorium on logging since 26 November last year. The...

Livestock sector is worth N$4.6bn

1 week ago - 14 March 2019 | Agriculture

Namibia's livestock industry is valued at an estimated N$4.6 billion, which equates to 4.3% of all goods and services annually produced by the country. Stated...

Farmers on their knees

1 week ago - 13 March 2019 | Agriculture

Many industries in the agriculture sector remained under pressure last year, with almost half of these industries experiencing a decline in production value. Namibia's...

Aanafaalama oye li koongolo

1 week ago - 13 March 2019 | Agriculture

ELLANIE SMIT Ndyoka ekunkililo lya gandjwa koNamibia Agricultural Union NAU, sho iikondo oyindji moshikondo shuunamapya ya taalela uupyakadhi okuza omvula ya piti, omolwa...

Risk analysis prepared on bovine TB

2 weeks ago - 06 March 2019 | Agriculture

The Meat Board of Namibia has prepared a qualitative risk analysis as part of the Namibian dossier on the status of tuberculosis (TB) in cattle....

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AMTA kicks off mahangu buying

2 weeks ago - 04 March 2019 | Agriculture

As of 26 February this year, the Agro-Marketing and Trade Agency (AMTA) has purchased 508 tons of surplus mahangu grain to the value of about...

Young and determined to succeed

3 weeks ago - 27 February 2019 | Agriculture

One of Meatco's bursary recipients for 2016 has obtained his qualification and is now working at the company.Petrus Kagogo is a gifted individual, who completed...

Desert Fruit eyes expansion

3 weeks ago - 27 February 2019 | Agriculture

Desert Fruit Namibia (DFN), located 200 kilometres south of Karasburg, is aiming to grow its date harvest to above 1 000 tonnes per year over...

Brexit threatens meat exports

3 weeks ago - 26 February 2019 | Agriculture

Namibian meat exports to the United Kingdom are in jeopardy unless new trade agreements are signed before Britain officially leaves the European Union.Brexit would have...

Bird flu alarm bells

3 weeks ago - 25 February 2019 | Agriculture

Poultry producers say if the outbreak of avian influenza, commonly known as bird flu, among Halifax Island penguins' spreads inland, it will be disastrous for...

Kavango East’s agri potential impresses

3 weeks ago - 25 February 2019 | Agriculture

NYANGANA – The high commissioner of South Africa to Namibia, William Whitehead, is impressed by the Kavango East Region’s potential in agricultural activities.Whitehead, accompanied...

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