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Restrictions on the trading and movement of poultry and poultry products ongoing

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The outbreak of Newcastle Disease in the northern communal area is still confined to Omusati, Oshana, Ohangwena and Oshikoto regions. The Agriculture, Water and Forestry Ministry says in a statement, that no new cases have been recorded outside these regions.

A Windhoek resident comes to the aid of Michelle Sabisa who has dysfunctional kidneys

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A Windhoek resident has come to the aid of 18-year-old Michelle Sabisa who is suffering from dysfunctional kidneys.

Namibia and Portugal renew their Memorandum of Understanding

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Namibia and Portugal have finally renewed their Memorandum of Understanding which expired last year.

The Talented Individual Program receives valuable support from a local company

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The Talented Individual Program has received valuable support from a local company. Bidvest Namibia and its fishing trust, Namsov, have donated 450 000 dollars to the program to buy educational material for quality teaching.

Ongandjera Traditional Authority donates mahangu to drought-stricken homesteads

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The Ongandjera Traditional Authority donated Mahangu to the more than 70 homesteads, affected by drought in that area.

Land Reform ministry urges resettlement farm beneficiaries to use land optimally

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Land Reform Minister, Utoni Nujoma has urged beneficiaries of resettlement farms to make optimal use of this land.

Gender Ministry assists community based small projects in the Kunene Region

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There is need to promote a sterner business culture among Namibians, in order to meet the socio-economic needs of communities.

Namibia and Portugal renew their MoU which expired in 2015

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Namibia and Portugal have renewed their Memoranda of Understanding, which expired in 2015. The two agreements are: the MoU on Portuguese language courses to be offered to Namibian Police officers and the introduction of Portuguese as a foreign language in the Namibian education system.

Some schools in Epukiro in a very bad state

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Different social activities took place at Omaueozonjanda village in the Omaheke region over the weekend, to raise funds for the renovation of the Epukiro Junior Secondary School at Post Three and Good Hope Primary School at Okovimburu village. More than 200 community members and learners took part in the social activity at the village.

Ongandjera Chief donates mahangu to some communities affected by drought in the area

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More than 70 communities affected by drought in the Ongandjera Traditional Authority area have received mahangu from Ongandjera Chief Johannes Mupiya. That is in line with the policy of meeting the government halfway in fighting drought and poverty.

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