WINDHOEK - The Game Products Trust Fund (GPTF) has reinvested close to N$100 million into conservation efforts such as wildlife protection and anti-poaching.
Despite the hefty fines of up to N$5 million or 25 years jail term for elephants and rhino poaching, Namibian officials have recorded 25 cases of rhino and 16 of elephant hunted illegally countrywi
The National Council once it resumes today (Monday) is set to review the widely-debated Seed and Seed Varieties Bill among other several items for consideration before they are passed after being r
WINDHOEK – Individuals who are entrepreneurially inclined, as well as community-based organisations operating conservancies and forests, are being encouraged to apply for grants from the N$100-mill
WINDHOEK – A 45-year-old man from Rehoboth has died of Influenza A H1N1 on Friday, the Ministry of Health and Social Services has confirmed.
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.
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