2021-05-18Obrien Simasiku A San family of four is living in a deplorable condition in the Kuvukiland informal settlement here with no other means of survival, while they don’t even have identity documents. View more
2021-05-18Staff Reporter President Hage Geingob has lauded the “stellar” contribution made during the struggle for independence by Bishop Emeritus Hendrick Frederick, who passed away on Saturday. View more
2021-05-18Obrien Simasiku In an eleventh-hour intervention, Prime Minister Saara Kuugongelwa-Amadhila has instructed the urban and rural development ministry as well as that of works to swiftly engage the owner of View more
2021-05-18Albertina Nakale While Canadian miner ReconAfrica has moved to calm excitement around “potential billions of barrels of oil”, the Southern Africa Anglican bishops called for an immediate halt to exploratory drilling by the company, and labelled it a sin. Responding to environmental concerns last week, ReconAfrica spokesperson Ndapewoshali Shapwanale claimed that exploration wells have no impact on the environment View more
2021-05-17Staff Reporter Namibia continues to increasingly face climate related problems such as drought, desertification and flooding. The question, however, is ‘How robust are the country’s institutions of learning as platforms for the design and dissemination of environmental education?’ View more
2021-05-17Staff Reporter To simplify the work here for you to understand the core and essence of oil exploration, and then possibly extraction and its follow-through, allow me to briefly talk about a movie that is analogous to this situation. View more
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