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

Windhoek — With the escalating incidences of poaching reported in Namibia, an amount of N$178.6 million has been allocated for wildlife and protected area management aimed to establish and implemen

Windhoek — The Minister of Environment and Tourism Pohamba Shifeta says illegal sand mining continues to be a major concern for the government, as many large-scale sand miners leave gapping pits th

Windhoek — The Ministry of Environment and Tourism (MET) has clarified comments by its minister Pohamba Shifeta people attacked and killed by wild animals, saying it will pay N$100 000 to victims'

MOST villagers in the flood-prone Zambezi region say they will not be forced to leave their homes because of the rising waters.

Namibia has revised the country’s human – wildlife conflict policy and will now compensate families of people killed by wild animals including crocodiles and hippos with up to 100,000 Namibian doll

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.

The Namibia Red Cross Society with support from the European Union (EU) has launched a renewable energy initiative at Muyako village, in efforts to mitigate climate change.

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.

Oshakati — Soon after communities in the northern part of the country were warned by the Namibia Hydrological Services to prepare for the seasonal floods from Angola, the floods, locally known as e

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