Supermarkets at Walvis Bay and Henties Bay will as from tomorrow start charging a voluntary fee for plastic bags as a means of deterring their use.
Prolonged dry spell coupled with an economic downturn is stifling traditional food sellers' trade in Namibia, causing a fall in their income.
Namibia's Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry and the University of Namibia are running trials on conservation agriculture techniques to improve environmental and sustainability of farming,
Namibia's youth unemployment rate for 15-34 year old bracket has risen by 2.7 percent from 43.4 percent in 2016 to 46.1 percent last year, the 2018 labour force survey results released Thursday sho
WINDHOEK residents have failed to reduce their use of water since January this year, adding to fears that the city's taps could run dry.
NAMIBIA's rosewood forests could disappear in the next 20 years if the large-scale timber harvesting continues at the current rate, environment minister Pohamba Shifeta has warned.
Namibia has finalized the National Renewable Energy Policy for the country and will lean heavily towards the use of the renewable power generation options as a main electrical generation source, ac
Farmers in Namibia now have new crop varieties of cowpea and sorghum that are more tolerant to drought and pests planted this year, thanks to nuclear technology provided with the support of the IAE
Omuthiya — Non-communicable diseases are on the increase and remain one of the leading causes of death in the country, says the Minister of Health and Social Services, Dr Kalumbi Shangula.
Namibia has recorded nine poaching incidents since January this year, six involving rhinos and three involving elephants, a government spokesperson said on Monday.
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