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  • Namibia: Esau Should Embrace Transparency, Not Hypocrisy [editorial]

    Namibian

    Fisheries minister Bernard Esau might be correct that a greedy cartel of some older companies wants to continue its hold on the industry. He might also be right that the previous... Read more »

  • Namibia: Hamutenya Makes a U-Turn

    Namibian

    President Hage Geingob has been credited with extending an olive branch that paved the way for former Rally for Democracy and Progress president Hidipo Hamutenya to return to the... Read more »

  • Namibia: Namibian Tourism Up 7.6 Percent From 2013

    Namibia Economist

    Over 1.4 million tourist chose Namibia as their tourist destination in 2014 compared to 1.3 million in the previous year marking an an impressive 7.6% increase in tourist arrival... Read more »

  • Namibia/South Africa: Potent Botes Hangs His International Boots

    Namibia Economist

    Potent veteran Brave Warriors and Bidvest Wits striker, Henrico Botes has decided to step down from international football after a career spanning 14 years with over 21 games and... Read more »

  • Namibia: Zambia to Honour Fallen Nam Freedom Fighters

    Namibian

    Zambian president Edgar Lungu said Namibian freedom fighters who died during the liberation struggle in his country will be accorded the same dignified funeral as witnessed during... Read more »

  • Namibia: Country Faces Food Headache

    Namibian

    Two damning government investigations have confirmed that Namibia is facing triple troubles - a severe drought, a reduced crop harvest nationwide and poor rainfall. Read more »

  • Namibia: Namibia Announces World Cup Squad ... Iron-Man Burger Ready to Lead

    New Era

    Welwitschias coach Phil Davies yesterday announced his much-anticipated 31-man squad to represent Namibia at next month's rugby World Cup in England, which starts on September 18... Read more »

  • Namibia: Cancer Associations' Update On Projects

    Namibia Economist

    The Cancer Association under the new management team and staff recently had a strategic planning and repositioning weekend where their core values, vision, mission, ideals and... Read more »

  • Namibia: The Case for Renewable Energy Confirmed

    Namibia Economist

    REEE-powering Namibia is about energising national development by capitalising on local advantages and strengths, such as the country's renewable resource endowments. REEE-powering... Read more »

  • Namibia: Buying Land, One Dollar At a Time

    Namibia Economist

    The SME Bank of Namibia has come out in support of the Land-A-Dollar campaign to collect small amounts of cash from consumers for the purpose of establishing a land fund to assist... Read more »

  • Namibia: Offbeat 28 August 2015 [column]

    Namibia Economist

    I almost forgot the anniversary of HP Lovecraft's birthday on 20 August. I suppose it has to be called an anniversary because he is dead now, and somehow a birthday for a dead... Read more »

  • Namibia: FNB Keetmanshoop to Turn 100

    Namibia Economist

    The FNB Keetmanshoop branch will turn 100 years on 31 August. Branch Manager Gert Smit says his staff is extremely excited about this and invites all Keetmanshoopers to join them... Read more »

  • Namibia: Brother, Don't Let Your Arrow Itch for This Goat

    Namibia Economist

    The councillors of the !Xoo Traditional Authority represented the San Community at Settlement 13 in the Aminuis Corridor last week when they received a donation of 175 cattle from... Read more »

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