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

Namibia is a relatively new entrant to the league of free countries of the world. In the three decades since its independence, the country has left no stone unturned to usher in a new era of progress and justice.

A MASSIVE thunderstorm swept through the Omusimboti village in the Oshakati area on Friday evening, damaging a power line, uprooting trees, destroying mahangu fields and houses in its wake.

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.

Namibia’s health minister said on Tuesday it had recorded its first case of listeriosis, the biggest recorded outbreak of which has killed over 180 people and infected almost 970 in neighbouring So

NAMIBIA needs about N$430 billion to implement a range of climate change activities in the next 11 years.

Japan has given a grant of US$800 000 (approximately N$9.5 million) to the government of Namibia to help address the health needs of the most vulnerable citizens in the seven northern regions affec

Windhoek-Due to heavy flooding experienced in the Zambezi, many schools in the Kabbe flood-prone areas have been cut off – leaving learners and teachers exposed to harsh conditions, as they have to