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Rural Namibia Most Unhygienic in SADC

Namibia is rated the worst in hygiene in southern Africa, with 75% of the rural population still practising open defecation. This was revealed in a study compiled by WaterAid, an international organisation that strives to improve access to safe water and sanitation in the world’s developing countrie

RADIO EGYPT - 2018-08-14 00:00:00

Rugby Africa Gold Cup clash: Kenya squad to Namibia: Chituyi, Ayange, Lilako return as Kenya Simbas head to Namibia - CNBC Africa

Dalmus Chituyi, Felix Ayange and Curtis Lilako return for the Simbas final Rugby Africa Gold Cup clash away to Namibia on Saturday 18 August. Chituyi, the two try hero in the 45-36 win over Zimbabwe on 30 June missed last weekend’s 67-0 win over Tunisia through injury alongside former Kenya Sevens i

CNBCAFRICA.COM - 2018-08-14 07:26:24

Nigeria:Davido_ Wizkid Excite Fans in Namibia_ New York

Ace Nigerian singers and song writers Wizkid and Davido performed exquisitely in Windhoek Namibia and New York City over the weekend. ...

RADIO EGYPT - 2018-08-14 00:00:00

UNESCO urges Namibia to continue investing in education | Alternative Africa

The Director and UNESCO Representative to Namibia, Dr Jean Pierre Ibudo, delivered the message during the commemoration of the International Youth Day in Windhoek on Friday.


Namibia:Keetmans Fish Project Still Incomplete

Four years after construction started on the N$21 million Fonteintjie community aquaculture project, the facility is still not complete. The contract for the first phase of the project was awarded to Edison Building Enterprises for the erection of a fence, several buildings, ponds, water supply infr


Namibia:Keetmans Corruption Probe Ongoing

AN investigation into a host of irregularities at the Keetmanshoop municipality is continuing, Anti-Corruption Commission head of investigations Nelius Becker says. ...


Namibia:The New Land Question

URBANISATION is a defining character of our times. 'The right to the city' is not only the right to live in a city, but the right to change it. This is important because by changing the places we live we change ourselves. ...


Opposition wants paper ballots but Namibia wants Indian VVPAT-linked EVMs

Having enjoyed the convenience and speed of EVMs as compared to the traditional paper ballot system, Namibia wants an upgrade to VVPATs. Photo: Hindustan TimesNew Delhi:Even as the Opposition parties in India demand a rollback to paper ballots after doubts surfaced about the authenticity of Electron


Kenya Simbas squad named to face Namibia in crucial Rugby World Cup qualifier

Chituyi, the two try hero in the 45-36 win over Zimbabwe on 30 June, missed last weekend’s 67-0 win over Tunisia through injury alongside formerKenya Sevensinternational Ayange who was recovering from the effects of root canal while Lilako also returns for the first time since the Zimbabwe match.

MSN.COM - 2018-08-14 00:43:33

Namibia:Locals Make Fish Sausages

Report rights infringementA LOCAL company has come up with an idea of making sausages and other consumables from horse mackerel. ...


Kenya crush Tunisia to set up Namibia clash for World Cup spot

After a scrappy opening 20 minutes, punctuated by handling errors and poor passes, Kenya outclassed an injury-weakened Tunisian side, which is taking part in the tournament for the first time.


Namibia:Eye Clinic Gets Medicines_ Reopens

THE DELIVERY of critical medicines by the Central Medical Stores has led to the reopening of the country's only referral eye clinic, but there is still a need for critical medical equipment. ...


Namibia:Telecom to Cut Off Services to Clients With Overdue Accounts

Telecom Namibia will suspend all overdue service accounts on 12 August. The services to be affected cover mobile phones, landlines and data services and the grace period for payment is until next week Sunday. ...


Namibia: Pdm Concerned Over Growing Strikes

THE leadership of the Popular Democratic Movement (PDM) said they are concerned over the growing number of strikes and industrial action by disgruntled employees in the country of late.Namibia over the past few months saw some strikes and mass actions by aggrieved employees of the Namibia Tourism Bo

ALLAFRICA.COM - 2018-08-15 09:35:32

Namibia: Inaugural National Health Assembly Held

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ALLAFRICA.COM - 2018-08-15 13:29:08

Namibia’s largest PV-plus-storage system installed

The installer says the solar array will have a system rating of 150 kW and the connected battery storage system – provided byQinous– a 332 kWh capacity. German company Cronimet says the system will power Chobe Water Villas, a lodge complex, and will help reduce electricity consumption.

PV-MAGAZINE.COM - 2018-08-14 00:00:00

Namibia: Okakarara Incident Regrettable - Ndeitunga

By Ngaevarue KatjanguaPOLICE Inspector General Sebastian Ndeitunga says the clashes at Okakarara between police officers and civilians at the weekend was unfortunate and regrettable.In a statement on Monday, Ndeitunga said violence broke out at the police station, and minimum to maximum force was us

ALLAFRICA.COM - 2018-08-15 09:35:35

Namibia: Okakarara Civilians Released

Tagged:Legal AffairsNamibiaSouthern AfricaTwenty six of the 39 civilians arrested at Okakarara in the early hours of today were released after residents stormed the police station and demanded for their freedom.The Namibian was told that a fight broke out in the morning when a police officer was hit


Namibia Receives Funding to Revitalise Environment

Pohamba Shifeta, minister, environment and tourism, Namibia, said the funding was made available to developing countries to meet the objectives of international environmental conventions. Shifeta also noted the money would be divided between key areas, with the largest portion going to combat land d


Namibia: Fisheries Warns Against Poisonous Oyster, Mussel

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ALLAFRICA.COM - 2018-08-15 09:35:38