Evicted Hakahana family demands compensation

by editor1 / May 04, 2018 / 0 comments

-A family of 11, who were evicted from a house in Windhoek's Hakahana residential area, is demanding compensation.

Shifeta’s statement insensitive and demeaning says Ausiku

by editor1 / Apr 20, 2018 / 0 comments

The Kavango West Governor, Sirkka Ausiku, described a statement made by the Minister of Environment and Tourism regarding compensation to families of victims of crocodile and hippo attacks, as demeaning and insensitive.

Environment Minister clarifies comments on compensation to wildlife victims

by editor1 / Apr 20, 2018 / 0 comments

The Environment and Tourism Ministry has denied reports in the media that Government will not pay compensation for people who deliberately expose themselves to wild animals and get killed.

No compensation for people killed by crocodiles, hippos while swimming in rivers

by editor1 / Apr 16, 2018 / 0 comments
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-The families of people killed by crocodiles and hippos, as a result of swimming and bathing in rivers, will not be compensated, Minister of Environment and Tourism revealed.

Minister Mushelenga instructs officials to facilitate Bukalo residents' compensation

by editor1 / Mar 23, 2018 / 0 comments

-The Minister of Urban and Rural Development, Peya Mushelenga, has instructed his officials to facilitate the process of compensating the Mudaniko residents at Bukalo village in the Zambezi Region.

Mondesa residents demand compensation after broken pipe flood homes

by editor1 / Mar 07, 2018 / 0 comments
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-Residents of central Mondesa are demanding compensation from the Swakopmund Municipality after a broken municipal water pipe flooded their homes.

Government urged to increase compensation for victims of human-wildlife conflict

by editor1 / Sep 13, 2017 / 0 comments

Residents of the Judea Lyaboloma Constituency in the Zambezi Region have joined the call on Government to increase compensation to victims of human-wildlife conflict. Headman of the Malengalenga area, James Lizazi, told the National Council Standing Committee on Habitat, that already poor farmers can be devastated when their crops get destroyed by elephants or buffaloes.