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Seven rhino carcasses found in Etosha

11 hours ago | Crime

Seven rhino carcasses of which several have already been confirmed to be poached, were discovered in the Etosha National Park this past weekend during routine patrols by officials of the Ministry of Environment and Tourism....

LPM's grassroots land conference

11 hours ago | Local News

What is dubbed the “People's Land Conference” under the banner of the Landless People's Movement (LPM) with technical and advisory support from Namibian Non-Governmental Organisations Forum (Nangof), is set to take place from 8...

I don't want their forgiveness

11 hours ago | Local News

A 50-year-old cuca shop owner who was brutally assaulted and her shop burnt down to ground for allegedly poisoning people, says all she wants is her assets back. She does not want their forgiveness, she...

RCC N$5 billion request not untoward – !Hanabeb

11 hours ago | Local News

The acting CEO of the Roads Contractor Company (RCC), Tino !Hanabeb, says there is nothing untoward about a proposal to private entities for funding of the parastatal's capital projects.Questions were raised about a financing request...

Rössing's appeal outcome expected Friday

11 hours ago | Local News

The Supreme Court will give its ruling on whether the High Court misdirected itself in holding that the decision relating to the distribution of the N$454 million surplus must be reviewed, on Friday. The High...

SME Bank assets concern Metbank

11 hours ago | Local News

Metbank, a minority shareholder in the disgraced lender SME Bank, is crying foul over investigations launched by the Bank of Namibia and wants the central...

State funeral for Oshiko cop

11 hours ago | Local News

The late Sergeant Aina Magano Iikela, 42, was laid to rest at her home village of Oshilulu near Etilyasa in Okahoa constituency of Omusati Region...

Still dependent on export markets

11 hours ago | Business

Namibia is likely to remain dependent on export markets for beef, while it is unlikely that the local market will become a high-value earner for...

N$2.5 mill cigarette fraud case postponed

11 hours ago | Crime

The fraud case against former employees of the then Indo Atlantic, now Commercial Investment Corporation (CIC) at Walvis Bay, which is on-going for over six...

Africa road conference in July

11 hours ago | Infrastructure

The second International Road Federation (IRF) Africa Regional Congress will be hosted next month in Windhoek. The conference, which will be hosted in collaboration with...

Domestic workers and employers should work together

11 hours ago | Labour

The Namibia Domestic and Allied Workers’ Union (Ndawu) has urged domestic workers and their employers to work together for a conducive work environment, where the...

Venaani urged to toe the line

11 hours ago | Politics

The minister in the presidency, Frans Kapofi has vehemently come out in defence of his boss, President Hage Geingob who swore that 'heads would roll',...

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Shot of the day

11 hours ago | Picture of the day

WAITING: A fan waits for the start of the 2017 Confederations Cup group B football match between Australia and Germany at the Fisht Stadium in...

Landowners submit appeals against land...

11 hours ago | Agriculture

The appeal of more than 300 landowners against last year's verdict by the Valuation Court has been submitted to the High Court. According to the...

Namibia bans poultry imports

11 hours ago | Agriculture

Namibia has suspended the import and in transit movement of live poultry, birds and products from South Africa and Belgium following the outbreak of bird...

Farmers need to comply with...

11 hours ago | Agriculture

The Namibia Agricultural Union (NAU) held a meeting with the Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry with regard to the commencement of the new Water...

Explosion off Somalian coast

11 hours ago | Africa

A huge explosion was heard from a ship off the coast of Somalia's Puntland region late on Monday and flames were seen rising from what...

No deal in Philippines hostage...

11 hours ago | International

Civilians held hostage by Islamist militants occupying a southern Philippine city have been forced by their captors to loot homes, take up arms against government...

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