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      N$4 million offsets human-wildlife losses

      N$4 million offsets human-wildlife losses

      2018-09-13  Loide Jason
      WINDHOEK - The Ministry of Environment and Tourism (MET) has spent over N$4 million on compensation for incidents of human-wildlife conflict resulting in loss of lives, crops and livestock for the period 2016/17 to 2017/2018.
      PDM blasts police for incompetence

      PDM blasts police for incompetence

      2018-09-13  Selma Ikela
      WINDHOEK - The Popular Democratic Movement (PDM) has come out guns blazing at the police, saying several unresolved murder cases have reached a dead-end point due to the incompetence of police detectives.
      Egypt to host Cop14

      Egypt to host Cop14

      2018-09-12  Staff Report 2
      WINDHOEK – Egypt will host the 14th Conference of the Parties (CoP 14) to the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) in November this year.
      Nkurenkuru school gets fruit trees donation

      Nkurenkuru school gets fruit trees donation

      2018-09-12  John Muyamba
      NKURENKURU - Kanuni Haruwodi Combined School in Nkurenkuru recently received a donation from the Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA), which include 30 fruit trees and a playground.
      Life Skills key subject in mitigating GBV - De Klerk

      Life Skills key subject in mitigating GBV - De Klerk

      2018-09-12  Alvine Kapitako
      WINDHOEK - The founder of the Women’s Action for Development (WAD) Veronica de Klerk says Life Skills is an important school subject and can potentially impart skills on gender-based violence (GBV). 
      Wood vendors at Ondangwa feel sidelined

      Wood vendors at Ondangwa feel sidelined

      2018-09-12  Nuusita Ashipala
      ONGWEDIVA – Wood, art and craft vendors at the ABC open market in Ondangwa have come out guns blazing against the Ondangwa Town Council which they accuse of discriminating against them because they emanate from another region. The wood vendors, who mainly hail from the two Kavango regions, accused council of wanting to ‘hide’ their business behind the open market, shielding them from customers des
      Cabinet wants Namibia to tap from BRICS bank

      Cabinet wants Namibia to tap from BRICS bank

      2018-09-12  Albertina Nakale
      WINDHOEK - Cabinet has directed that Namibia explores the possibility of sourcing funds from the BRICS New Development Bank to finance the development of intraregional infrastructure projects promoted by the Ministry of Works and Transport through the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD) Presidential Infrastructure Champions Initiative.
      Kapere calls for sober debate on abortion

      Kapere calls for sober debate on abortion

      2018-09-12  Staff Report 2
      OKANGUATI - The executive chairperson of the National Youth Council (NYC) Mandela Kapere has called for an open-minded debate on the complex issue of abortion, which is illegally prevalent in the country, especially among the youth.
      Intelligence senior official commits suicide

      Intelligence senior official commits suicide

      2018-09-12  Staff Reporter
      WINDHOEK - A Namibian Central Intelligence Service (NCIS) senior official facing fraud and corruption charges of N$17 million was found dead in his vehicle next to the Daan Viljoen road yesterday morning.