THE hepatitis E outbreak which has claimed 14 lives in Windhoek has reached northern Namibia, and one person reportedly died on Friday at the Oshakati State Hospital.
THE City of Windhoek has not yet approved plans for a waste water treatment plant at the site of the proposed Ziveli Lifestyle Village south of Windhoek since the development apparently started in
THE health ministry yesterday declared Congo fever an outbreak after the death of a Keetmanshoop man at the Windhoek Central Hospital on Tuesday, and the hospitalisation of two others.
NAMIBIA needs about N$430 billion to implement a range of climate change activities in the next 11 years.
A REPORT released by the Namibia Intercensal Demographic Survey in 2016 shows that about 80% of households in the Zambezi region have no toilets, forcing residents to use the bush, riverbeds and fi
HEPATITIS E has claimed its third victim, some two months since the disease outbreak was declared in Windhoek late last year.
CABINET has approved a new policy for human-wildlife conflict compensation, with families of victims set to receive N$100 000 where a person is killed by a wild animal.
WALVIS BAY – A Norwegian scientist on Saturday reaffirmed the depletion of the pilchard fish species in Namibian waters after conducting a survey along the country's coastline.
THE introduction of a pollution levy payable by companies operating in Namibia's coastal waters are among the priorities of the newly established National Marine Pollution Contingency Plan (NMPCP)
THE prevalence of undernourishment in Namibia was last measured at 37% in 2016, while 24% of children under the age of five are stunted.
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