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Reclaimed and recycled water contributes about 18% of Windhoek's water consumption needs Reclaimed and recycled water only contributes about eighteen percent of Windhoek's water consumption needs.   The rest of the re-claimed water is lost through run-offs. ...
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Workers day commemorated at Kuisebmond Access to affordable land and housing was highlighted as the biggest challenge for workers at the May Day celebrations at Walvis Bay.   Workers gathered at Kuisebmond to join the rest of the world in the commemorations. ...
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President Geingob calls on employers to treat their employees with respect and dignity President Hage Geingob has called on employers to treat their employees with respect and dignity.    The Head of State was speaking at the Workers Day event at Oshakati.  ...
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President Geingob to officiate the Ondangwa Trade and Industrial Exhibition 2016's Ondangwa Trade and Industrial Exhibition has attracted more than 140 local and two international exhibitors from South Africa.   The Head of State Dr Hage Geingob will officially open the event next week.   ...
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Farmers at the Ovitoto communal areas bracing themselves for yet another drought Farmers at the Ovitoto communal areas in the Omatako constituency of the Otjozondjupa region are bracing themselves for yet another drought.   Ovitoto is a small communal settlement enclaved between mountains with grazing almost hard to come by. ...
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Dr. Richard Nchabi Kamwi Health Training Center at Katima Mulilo officially commences with its academic year The Dr. Richard Nchabi Kamwi Health Training Center at Katima Mulilo in the Zambezi Region has officially commenced with its academic year.   Speaking at the event, the Zambezi Health Director, Agnes Mwilima encouraged student nurses who are enrolled for the two year course to be committed to the noble calling. ...
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eritz town council avails three comma -five million dollars for the construction of low cost housing The Luderitz town council has availed three comma -five million dollars for the construction of low cost housing during the 2016/2017 financial year.   The town council handed over 280 low cost houses to residents of Luderitz that have been living in informal settlements at the town.   ...
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A resident in Windhoek's Havana informal settlement claims victimisation from his neighbours A resident in Windhoek's Havana informal settlement is claiming victimisation from his neighbors and the Havana Housing Committee.   Ruben Kamutuezu says his neighbors are deliberately blocking the entrance to his shack. ...
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Annual Crayfish festival at the town of Luderitz a major instrument for the town The Annual Crayfish festival at the town of Luderitz in the //Karas region has become a major instrument for the town to position itself as a major tourism hub.   The 9th annual Luderitz Crayfish festival aims at promoting small and medium enterprises at the town of Luderitz while also attracting tourist and business investors. ...
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NSFAF to introduce a number of support programs The Namibia Students Financial Assistance fund will introduce a number of support programs, aimed at addressing the challenges faced by students.   Students at various institutions of higher learning face challenges which often could interfere with their academic performance apart from financial issues. ...
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Cassinga survivors travelling to Cassinga in Angola meet with former President Nujoma The Cassinga survivors travelling to Cassinga in Angola met with former President Sam Nujoma.   The chairperson of the national committee organising the trip, Ignatsius Mwanyekange said the group had to meet with Nujoma to receive his blessings before going to Cassinga.      ...
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The Green Climate Fund Board is to decentralise its operations The Green Climate Fund Board is to decentralise its operations in June and Namibia continues to position itself to host the African Regional Office.   However, the bid is not yet open.   ...
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