Okalongo Constituency flooded following heavy rains

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Okalongo in the Omusati Region is flooded following heavy rains.

Scientists in South Africa are promoting crops to boost food security

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One of the major problems of malnutrition in Africa is not hunger but food that is not nutritious.

Chinese company owners skip the country, leave 36 construction workers without pay

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A Chinese couple, who were contracted by the Sun Investment Group, left the country last month leaving 36 construction employees jobless and without pay.

Mines ministry hands over solar lights to students in informal settlements

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The Ministry of Mines and Energy handed over 100 solar lights to the Namibia National Student Association (NANSO) for distribution to learners in Windhoek's informal settlements.

Government reaffirms continued support for San communities

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Government has reaffirmed its continuous support to San communities at Omundaungilo in the Ohangwena Region.

Shortage of lung specialists' main threat to treat lung diseases

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Namibia needs more pulmonologists to correctly diagnose and treat lung-related diseases.

Nambahu says governments should take a clear stand against xenophobia

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-Governments should take a clear stance against instances of xenophobia -as these attacks have the potential to harm regional tourism and international relations.

Diplomat says Chinese nationals unfairly portrayed as perpetrators of wildlife crime

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-The interim Charge de Affairs of the Chinese embassy in Namibia says Chinese nationals are being mistakenly targeted as perpetrators of wildlife crime.

Malaria drug also prevents STDs

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-A drug given to pregnant women in 35 countries worldwide to protect against malaria, has been shown to prevent common Sexually Transmitted Disease, STDs.

ICC Official urges African governments to contribute to Trust Fund for war crimes victims

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-An official associated with the International Criminal Court, is urging African governments to contribute to a Trust Fund for victims of war crimes, and crimes against humanity.


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