Daily Archives: June 19, 2017

World needs to pre-empt devastating drought impacts through better preparedness

Photo: ©FAO/Giulio Napolitano

Parched earth in Kenya, one of the East African countries currently feeling the impacts of drought.

19 June 2017, Rome - Investing in preparedness and building the resilience of farmers…

Juniors grill each other in football tourney

DTS hosted a successful Youth Football Tournament in Windhoek recently with a total of 50 entrants competing in five different age groups. Ten clubs and schools from Swakopmund and Otjiwarongo …

Namibia Dairies opens Katima Mulilo Depot

Windhoek-Katima Mulilo is fast becoming a business hub with the recent opening of a Namibia Dairies (ND) depot on the B1 Road outside the town. Namibia Dairies is a subsidiary …

Mining the ocean for diamond reserves

Windhoek-It has been a long journey since the country's diamond mining activities moved from land into the Atlantic Ocean. Not only has marine diamond production overtaken the diamond yields from …

Children of the Liberation Struggle complete civic training

Over 170 Children of the Liberation Struggle, who received three months of civic training at the Kai //Ganaxab Youth Skills Training Centre in the Hardap Region held a pass-out parade …

Illegal refuse dumping a headache for Mariental

Illegal dumping of household rubbish is one of the major challenges faced by Mariental Municipality. This was revealed by the deputy mayor of the town during a recent clean-up campaign …

DebMarine commissions N$2.3 billion SS Nujoma

Walvis Bay-Debmarine Namibia has once again reaffirm its position in the global diamond exploration industry by commissioning the world's most advanced diamond exploration vessel, the SS Nujoma, at the port …

Consultations on resettlement policy start in Hardap

Mariental-The Land Reform Ministry last week kicked off the first round of one-day consultative meetings with regional stakeholders to review the draft National Resettlement Policy in Mariental.

The meeting, which …