The health care risk waste treatment facility expected to open next year in the capital city is environmentally safe.
The United Nations Development Programme has launched its Income Inequality Trends in Sub-Saharan Africa report during the African Economic Conference in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
About 10% of Namibians or 247 126 people are living with HIV, according to 2016 statistics, health minister Bernard Haufiku said on Friday during World AIDS Day commemorations at Katima Mulilo in t
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.
CHANCES are high that pelagic fisheries will diminish along the Atlantic coast of Africa, a scientist has concluded.
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.
About 57 508 people across the world have signed a petition for the Ministry of Environment and Tourism to stop the hunting of desert elephants in Namibia.
Ongwediva — In the quest to increase sanitation coverage and accessibility to proper toilets in the country, five more villages are awaiting to be verified and certified as Open Defecation Free (OD
Windhoek — The debilitating droughts of the past four years may be over, but the latest Vulnerability Assessment Committee Results show that the number of people facing food shortage is around 214,
The City of Windhoek has revealed plans to improve water collection efficiency through the construction of a N$1,1 billion water reclamation plant as a redress for its reliance on NamWater.
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