New Era (Windhoek)

Namibia's government-owned daily.


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  • Namibia: 60 Rhinos Poached

    Unprecedented levels of rhino poaching have hit Namibia with the ever increasing number of rhinos poached now at 60, compelling the Ministry of Environment and Tourism (MET) to... Read more »

May 08

April 23

  • Namibia: Four in Court for Elephant Poaching

    Four suspects arrested Saturday for possession of nine elephant tusks at Kamutjonga appeared in the Ndiyona Periodical Court on Tuesday. Read more »

April 21

  • Namibia: Crocs Remain a Constant Threat

    Human/wildlife conflict (HWC) remains a major challenge, with specifically crocodiles and hippos relentlessly attacking and killing people in Kavango and Zambezi regions when... Read more »

April 20

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April 09

April 08

  • Namibia: The Benefits of Co-Existence

    The Kyaramacan Association which comprises of semi-nomadic San engaged in anti-poaching in Bwabwata National Park was recently handed a vehicle and uniforms for its commnity game... Read more »

April 07

March 31

March 10

  • Namibia: Elephant Dies in Truck Collision

    A cargo truck heading to Zimbabwe rammed into an elephant last Friday night and the jumbo died on the spot though the driver and his passenger escaped unhurt. But they had to flee... Read more »

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December 09, 2014

December 02, 2014

November 24, 2014

  • Namibia: More Rhinos Poached in Etosha

    Two more rhino carcasses were found in Etosha National Park between last week Thursday and Sunday, bringing the number of rhinos poached in Etosha this year to three. Read more »

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