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Goat meat too expensive for local consumers

by editor / Mar 07, 2017 / 0 comments

-The high prices of goat meat and its quality are the key factors for massive exports leaving little supply in the local market.

First Lady wants communities to join forces in curbing GBV

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-First Lady Monica Geingos has called on communities to join forces in curbing gender-based violence in the country.

Wanaheda family to sell house to meet their needs

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-A poor family living in Windhoek's Wanaheda residential area is faced with a tough decision to sell their only property - their house - just to meet the family's needs.

German organisation renovates Swakopmund Primary School classrooms

by editor / Mar 07, 2017 / 0 comments

-Sonnerkinder project through the German government has handed over three blocks of renovated classrooms to Swakopmund Primary School.

Okakarara Annual Trade Fair transferred to Okakarara Town Council

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The Okakarara Trade Fair Society has transferred the Okakarara Annual Trade Fair to the Okakarara Town Council with immediate effect.

Namibia Breweries Limited to build a barley processing plant

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The Namibia Breweries Limited (NBL) plans to build a fully-fledged barley processing plant by 2022, to produce all its beer brands from locally sourced products.

Smallholder producers to supply food to schools

by editor / Mar 07, 2017 / 0 comments

The Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture has partnered with the Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry and the World Food Programme to establish the potential for smallholder producers to supply food to schools.

NamPol warns against crossing flooding rivers

by editor / Mar 07, 2017 / 0 comments

The Namibian Police (NamPol) Force has warned the public to refrain from crossing flooding rivers and streams, as the rainy season is not over yet and flooding is expected to continue. In a statement issued on Monday, NamPol Deputy Inspector-General for Operation, Major-General James Tjivikua said eight lives were lost after victims were swept away in flooding rivers.

#BusinessToday: Organisations promoting tourism urged to balance the culture of their tourism site

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Organisations seeking to promote tourism should balance the culture, history and natural assets of their tourism site.

#BusinessToday: Namibia has one of the most expensive civil services

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A local economist suggested that government should reduce the number of civil servants to control expenditure.

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