WINDHOEK – Namibia’s oldest and largest trees, the baobabs, some of which have lived for 1,700 years, have begun dying in the last 13 years, leaving scientists stunted.

KHORIXAS – Namibia is currently developing a project proposal for innovative solutions to human wildlife conflict, which will soon be submitted to the Green Climate Fund (GCF) for funding considera

ONGWEDIVA – Confirmed Hepatitis E cases in Omusati stand at 11 and not 10 cases as was recently reported.

Chief Hikuminue Kapika of the Kapika Royal House has urged government to accelerate the construction of the Baynes hydropower plant, saying that the livelihood of his people lies in the project.

Ongwediva-Recent heavy rains and floods wreaked havoc in some parts of the northern regions, flooding schools as well as residential areas towards the end of last week.

Ambassador of the European Union to Botswana and the Southern African Development Community (SADC), Alexander Baum, announced a funding project estimated at €1.5 million (approximately N$21.8 milli

Windhoek-Some Namibians seeking basic medical care walk up to 40 km to reach the nearest public health facility, a Namibia Statistics Agency (NSA) report revealed.

The level of the Zambezi River is expected to surpass the six-metre mark before the end of this week.

Swakopmund-An emergency response team from the Directorate of Maritime Affairs was last night racing against time to contain yet another oil spill, this time close to Mile 108, near the Ugab River

Walvis Bay-A second oil spill was detected yesterday the lagoon in Walvis Bay, days after another massive spill was found at the country’s west coast.

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