Namibia

Namibians celebrate achievements made in the fight against HIV/Aids on World Aids Day

by editor / Dec 01, 2016 / 0 comments

Namibians celebrated achievements made in the fight against HIV/Aids at Swakopmund on World Aids Day.

Namibia continues to be hailed as a potential investment haven

by editor / Dec 01, 2016 / 0 comments

Namibia continues to be hailed as a potential investment haven among developing countries.

Namibia to hold a formal memorial service in honour of the late former Cuban leader

by editor / Nov 30, 2016 / 0 comments

Namibia will hold a formal memorial service in honour of the late former Cuban leader on Tuesday.

Local farmers breathe a sigh of relief as SA government lifts compulsory vaccination on cattle

by editor / Nov 30, 2016 / 0 comments

The lifting of compulsory vaccination against Bovine Tuberculosis on cattle destined for South Africa is a relieve to local farmers.

Namibia has made significant strides in the fight against HIV and AIDS

by editor / Nov 28, 2016 / 0 comments

Young women in East and southern Africa and who are between 14 and 24 years old, are at the highest risk of contracting HIV. Tharcisse Barihuta, UNAIDS Country Representative to Namibia, told the national HIV/AIDS conference in Swakopmund on Monday that about 7 500 young women get infected every week.

Negotiations on genocide reparations with German progressing well

by editor / Nov 28, 2016 / 0 comments

Negotiations on genocide reparations with German are progressing well.

A moment of silence observed at the Windhoek central hospital in remembrance of the late Fidel Castro

by editor / Nov 26, 2016 / 0 comments

A moment of silence was observed at the Windhoek central hospital on Saturday afternoon in remembrance of the late "Commander in Chief" as the mourners called him, known to the world as Fidel Castro. A mourner who is from Mali described him as the Sun that rose in changing the lives of many Africans through giving them opportunities to better their lives as well as of their country.

Geingob extends condolences to Castro family

by editor / Nov 26, 2016 / 0 comments

President Hage Geingob expressed his condolences over the death of Cuba's Fidel Castro, describing his loss as tragic and a national loss for Namibia.

Namibia investigate the possibility of applying cloud-seeding technology to improve rainfall

by editor / Nov 23, 2016 / 0 comments

Poor rainfall experienced in Namibia due to climate change, has prompted the country to investigate the possibility of applying cloud-seeding technology to improve rainfall.

Namibia not productive enough: Endjala

by editor / Nov 21, 2016 / 0 comments
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Namibian Sun

Omusati Governor Erginus Endjala says despite Namibia having good infrastructure in place, the nation is not productive enough. He said this whilst officiating at the launch of the first-ever Ruacana Youth Exposition at the town in the Kunene region over the weekend.

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