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President Pohamba concerns about passion killings and other crimes in Namibia President Hifikepunye Pohamba has once again expressed concern about passion killings and other crimes in Namibia, saying it was disturbing the prevailing peace in the country.  The Head of State was however pleased with the turn out for the National Day of Prayers particularly against gender based violence in March. Despite t...
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School going children to be made aware on the benefits of sustainable conservation School going children need to be made aware on the benefits of sustainable conservation not just in their immediate environment but also for the country at large. In light of this, stakeholders in the tourism sector should include children centred activities in their programs. These were the views shared by the Wilderness Wildlife Trus...
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AU member states to face another uphill battle African Union member states will face another uphill battle if there are no reports about challenges encountered in the implementation of the 2004 Ouagadougou Declaration. This non-reporting problem has led to ineffective implementation of the declaration as stakeholders were unable to track progress. This came to light at a media brie...
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Grysblock residents blame the Windhoek Municipality for damages caused to their electrical appliances Residents of the Grysblock residential area in Windhoek are up in arms against the Windhoek Municipality for damages caused to their electrical appliances on Wednesday. They claim that soon after the city electricians went to repair the Kitaar substation there, the electricity shut down and most of their appliances' sockets went up in s...
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A helicopter from Gumare in Botswana disappears before reaching its destination The Windhoek Air Traffic Control Centre has launched a search and rescue mission, following the disappearance of a helicopter which took off from Gumare in Botswana on Sunday. The helicopter was destined for Maun in Botswana but never reached its destination. Gaborone Radar footage show that the helicopter made a U-turn before it went ...
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The Health Ministry commemorates this year's World SADC Malaria Day campaign from the 22-25 April 2014 The Ministry of Health and Social Services is commemorating this year's World SADC Malaria Day campaign called Racing Against Malaria (RAM) from the 22-25 April 2014 in Zambezi, Kavango and Ohangwena regions. This year's commemoration will be conducted under the global theme: "Invest in the Future: Defeat Malaria" and this...
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President Pohamba meets the Republican Party President President Hifikepunye Pohamba met the Republican Party President, Henk Mudge at State House on Tuesday afternoon as part of his annual consultation with opposition party leaders in the country. ...
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Namibia congratulates the Malagasy on the formation of a new government Namibia has congratulated the people of Madagascar on the formation of a new government. Foreign Affairs Minister Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah issued a media statement on behalf of  President Hifikepunye Pohamba as Chairperson of the SADC Organ on Politics, Defence and Security. Madagascar's new Prime Minister,  Christophe Roge...
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