2018-10-02Staff Reporter WINDHOEK - Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, who recently visited Namibia following in the royal footsteps of his grandmother Queen Elizabeth who visited in 1991 heaped praise on Namibia for displaying leadership on gender equality and climate change. View more
2018-10-02Albertina Nakale WINDHOEK – Former President Hifikepunye Pohamba says the growing demand for tertiary education in Namibia has surpassed the expectations of public tertiary institutions. View more
2018-10-01Aron Mushaukwa KATIMA MULILO – Limembala za kopano ya Swapo mwa silalanda sa Sibbinda nebabile nikucaula kwa kozo mwa Katima Mulilo Labune, ili teñi nebatambekile liñolo labona la lipilaelo lelilibile kumuñoli yomuhulu wa kopano ya Swapo View more
2018-10-01Staff Report 2 WINDHOEK - Local and indigenous communities around the world still need more training on how they can fairly and equitably derive benefits from genetic resources and related traditional knowledge. View more
2018-10-01Staff Report 2 LIVINGSTONE – The President of the Environmental Education Association of Southern Africa says the association needs to make its voice heard in the promotion of Education for Sustainable Development in the region. View more
2018-10-01Staff Report 2 WINDHOEK – The Ministry of Environment and Tourism (MET) is in the process of developing a new biodiversity conservation project which will focus on developing an economy based on the commercialisation of indigenous animals and plants in selected landscapes. View more
2018-10-01Staff Report 2 WINDHOEK- According to Environment and Tourism Deputy Minister Bernadette Jagger, Namibia’s National Determined Contributions (NDCs) to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions are achievable. View more
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