The City of Windhoek has announced it will commence implementing net metering rules with effect from 1 July 2017.
Windhoek — The Ministry of Environment and Tourism has revealed that they arrested more than 222 suspects for poaching and illegal possession of either rhino horns or elephant tusks in 2016.
THE United States embassy in Namibia and the World Customs Organisation recently hosted an operational planning training course for customs officers and other law enforcement agencies in Windhoek.
Karasburg — Almost 19,000 animals are on the brink of starvation at Warmbad and surrounding farms, according to Karasburg East Constituency Councillor Dennis Coetzee.
Karasburg-Almost 19,000 animals are on the brink of starvation at Warmbad and surrounding farms, according to Karasburg East Constituency Councillor Dennis Coetzee.
Ongwediva-Despite the good rains experienced this year in most parts of the country Kunene has received minimal rainfall, which made no significant impact on the livelihood of communities and lives
Cape Town - African countries are not equipped to transition to a Fourth Industrial Revolution economy and even the most tech-savvy countries on the continent, such as South Africa, lags developed
The use of bucket toilets in Namibia will be a thing of the past by the end of 2017, Namibian Minister of Urban and Rural Development Sophia Shaningwa said Monday.
A three-year wastewater pond research project, the Enhancement of Ponds in Namibia (EPoNa), was launched at Outapi in the Omusati Region on Wednesday.
Cabinet has approved the new draft National Marine Pollution Contingency Plan (NMPCP) to better deal with marine pollution, not only from oil spills in Namibian waters but also from hazardous and n
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