Daily Archives: January 30, 2017

AFRICA’S NEW STRATEGIES TO DEFEAT HIV/AIDS

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Prevention, treatment and care cut new infections by 14%

After more than three decades of wrestling the menacing monster, Africa is finally slowing the …

Otjiwa rhino was not poached – MET

Windhoek-Following a widespread public outcry over the rhino cow killed at Otjiwa game reserve in Otjiwarongo district last week the Ministry of Environment and Tourism has said the pachyderm was …

Projects in Okakarara affected by budget cuts

Windhoek-The Okakarara Constituency office says it will delay five construction projects across the constituency as it faces last year's wide-reaching budgetary shortfalls that could ultimately derail the projects altogether.

Okakarara …

700 000 rely on drought relief

Ongwediva-At least 32 percent of the Namibian population or 700 000 people depend on the government's drought relief programme, according to the latest Agricultural Input and Household Food Security Situation …

Cops pounce on fugitive motorists

Windhoek-The City Police Traffic Department has embarked on an operation to trace motorists with outstanding warrants of arrests at their place of employment, residence or on the road.

The traffic …

APP opposes re-tabling of Land Bill prior to land conference

Windhoek-The All People's Party (APP) has joined voices with other opposition political parties calling for a halt to the re-tabling of the Land Bill in the National Assembly before the …

NAMIBIA: TWO ARRESTED WITH ELEPHANT TUSKS

Two Botswana nationals were arrested at Sila village in the Zambezi Region on Friday after they attempted to sell five elephant tusks.

Namibian Police Force (NamPol) spokesperson, Chief Inspector Kauna …

Namibia joins AU governance body

Windhoek-Namibia has voluntarily decided to unconditionally join the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM), President Hage Geingob announced on Saturday in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia during a meeting with APRM chief executive …