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Kavango West earmarks N$2.3m for pit latrines … constructs 100 rural toilets  
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Kavango West earmarks N$2.3m for pit latrines … constructs 100 rural toilets  

NKURENKURU – The Kavango West Regional Council has constructed close to 100 rural toilets spread across different constituencies during the 2023/2024 financial year.  The council has set aside a further N$2.3 million for the rural sanitation programme this year. “As previously reported, the council continues to implement the rural sanitation programme. However, more budget allocation...

Namibia’s first plant health clinic launched at Rundu
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Namibia’s first plant health clinic launched at Rundu

RUNDU – In an effort to safeguard Namibia’s plant health and ensure food security, the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO), in partnership with the ministry of agriculture, recently launched the country’s first plant health clinic at Rundu in the Kavango East region.  The clinic is at Rundu’s Kaisosi agriculture extension centre.  FAO has invested about...

Nkurenkuru Expo kicks off
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Nkurenkuru Expo kicks off

NKURENKURU – Patron of the Nkurenkuru Annual Expo, former president Hifikepunye Pohamba, has called on investors to invest in the river town, where investment opportunities are abundant. Areas for possible investment include retail, accommodation, property development, shopping malls and urban agriculture. The expo, which was officially opened yesterday, started on Friday and ends on Sunday....

Rundu to get N$665m water purification plant 
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Rundu to get N$665m water purification plant 

RUNDU – The government, through NamWater, commenced on Monday with the N$665 million conventional water purification plant at Rundu. The project, once completed, is expected to iron out potable water scarcity issues not only in Rundu, but also in areas outside the town’s boundaries. The project will also take water 10km to Mupini village along...

Over 1 200 documented at Maputa
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Over 1 200 documented at Maputa

RUNDU – Over 1 200 villagers at Maputa received national documents during a recent mass registration of national documents. Broken down, a total of 146 birth certificates, 107 identity cards (IDs), 12 data updates, and two changes of image on IDs were issued, while 1 028 stateless persons were attended to, bringing the total number...