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Bitter fight looms over Oshikoto farmland
Bitter fight looms over Oshikoto farmland More than 200 settlers are facing eviction at Okolo (...)
Namibian Sun 16/01/2018
Hepatitis E cases rise
Hepatitis E cases riseSanitation is crucial An education campaign for residents of Windhoek's (...)
Namibian Sun 16/01/2018
Need a Nambian visa?
Need a Nambian visa? The home affairs ministry has apparently taken a leaf out of US President (...)
Namibian Sun 16/01/2018
Motorists continued to ignore road rules during the festive season
Motorists continued to ignore road rules during the festive season, including not stopping at road traffic intersections.
New Era 16/01/2018

Daily Press Briefing by the Office of the Spokesperson for the Secretary-General
The following is a near‑verbatim transcript of today’s noon briefing by Stéphane Dujarric, Spokesman for the Secretary‑General. **Press Conference (...)
Namibia News Digest 16/01/2018

2017 a golden year for Otjikoto
2017 a golden year for OtjikotoRecord production B2Gold has earmarked US$5.1 million, more than N$60 million, for exploration in Namibia this (...)
Namibian Sun 16/01/2018



NamPower revises its business plan
NamPower revises its business plan Ogone Tlhage - National energy utility NamPower is reviewing its business plan in anticipation of having to (...)
Namibian Sun 16/01/2018
Nghidinwa to get state funeral
Nghidinwa to get state funeral President Hage Geingob yesterday morning issued a directive that former cabinet minister Rosalia Nghidinwa be (...)
Namibian Sun 16/01/2018
Namvet denies reports of breakaway
Namvet denies reports of breakawayWe're 50/50 responsible, says leader The former soldiers say they were forced to form a pressure group to fight (...)
Namibian Sun 16/01/2018
Travel warning issued for Brandberg
Travel warning issued for BrandbergLions kill sheep kept in wildlife area Tourism operators in the Brandberg area are taking precautions after (...)
Namibian Sun 16/01/2018
Man overturns stolen car, dies
Man overturns stolen car, dies A 25-year-old man from Oshituu village in the Omusati Region died after a car he had stolen overturned during a (...)
Namibian Sun 16/01/2018
Africa must celebrate itself – Gawanas
Africa must celebrate itself – Gawanas The newly appointed special adviser on Africa to the United Nations, Bience Gawanas, wants the continent's (...)
Namibian Sun 16/01/2018
Bank Windhoek appoints head of procurement
Bank Windhoek appoints head of procurement Jacques Joubert is the new head of procurement at Bank Windhoek. He has over 20 years’ experience in (...)
Namibian Sun 16/01/2018
Exiled Zimbabweans welcomed back
Exiled Zimbabweans welcomed backMnangagwa meets local business sector Zimbabwe’s new president has given his ministers 100 days in which to carry (...)
Namibian Sun 16/01/2018
Community conservation leads
Community conservation leadsMore than half of our land in community control Conservation models that are community-based have become the poster (...)
Namibian Sun 16/01/2018
Conservancies see more wildlife conflict
Conservancies see more wildlife conflict More than 6 300 human-wildlife conflict incidents were recorded in Namibia's conservancies during 2016. (...)
Namibian Sun 16/01/2018
High Namcol demand in the north
High Namcol demand in the north About 50% of the total Namibia College for Open Learning (Namcol) learners are from the northern regions of (...)
Namibian Sun 16/01/2018
Company news in brief
Company news in brief Samsung to double Africa's share of its revenues South Korea's Samsung Electronics plans to double the annual revenue (...)
Namibian Sun 16/01/2018
Land grab at Goreangab
Land grab at Goreangab The Namibian police had to intervene on Monday to stop about 250 people from grabbing land in the Goreangab informal (...)
Namibian Sun 16/01/2018
NaTis fraud trial to continue April
NaTis fraud trial to continue April The issuing of a roadworthy certificate for the payment of N$400 for a Toyota Corolla in Windhoek, has a (...)
Namibian Sun 16/01/2018
Peals of laughter
Peals of laughter…as Mnangagwa shares tips on how to become president Meeting with Zimbabwean expats in Windhoek, the new Zimbabwean president, (...)
Namibian Sun 16/01/2018

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