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Govt, Namibia Sign Three MOUs
[The Herald] Zimbabwe and Namibia yesterday signed three Memoranda of Understanding in the areas of women, gender and community development, health and sport and recreation. President Mugabe hosted a State banquet in honour of Dr Geingob at State House last night. The banquet was still on by the time of going to press late last night. The MoUs were signed in the presence of President Mugabe, First Lady Amai Grace Mugabe and visiting Namibian President Hage Geingob and his wife Monica Geingos who arrived in Harare in th
Another Bail Attempt By Former Prosecutor
[New Era] Windhoek -Former state prosecutor Ivan Victory Tjizu has approached the Windhoek High Court in an attempt to get his freedom back.
Battle Against Bucket Toilets Rages On
[Namibian] ELIMINATING the bucket toilet system, which President Hage Geingob has described as demeaning, remains a challenge for government, urban and rural development minister Sophia Shaningwa admitted at a workshop yesterday.
Man Beat Up After 'Black Baboons' Slur
[New Era] Walvis Bay -A confrontation between three security guards of Namibia Protection Services and Walvis Bay resident Willem de Klerk, who called them swart bobbejane (black baboons), has caused quite a commotion on social networks.
Judgement Awaited On Treason Claim
[Namibian] ONE of the men who spent more than a decade in jail before being acquitted in the main Caprivi high treason trial is waiting to hear if the Namibian government and the prosecutor general will be held liable to compensate him for the damages he claims to have suffered as a result of being incarcerated and prosecuted.
American Wants Judge Off Murder Trial
[Namibian] AFTER managing to keep his trial in the Windhoek High Court stalled for more than two years, American murder accused Marcus Kevin Thomas now wants the presiding judge to step down from the case.
'Obesity a Sign of Poor Health, Not Wealth'
[New Era] Windhoek -Obesity is on the rise in Namibia and the problem could get worse, a local dietician has cautioned.
Informal Food Vendors Get Training On Food Safety
[Namibia Economist] The Agro Marketing Trade Agency (AMTA) together with the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) conducted workshops in Rundu and Ongwediva on food safety to informal food vendors.
Inside Country's Most Severe Budget Cuts Yet
[New Era] Windhoek -The Namibian police are hinting that they may have no choice but to park a significant number of the service vehicles across the country, after its budget for fuel alone was slashed by 82 percent.
Comprehensive Conservation Programme On Track
[New Era] Windhoek -The Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry (MAWF) and partners in Namibia regard Conservation Agriculture (CA) as an optional approach for all farming households to manage agro-ecosystems for improved and sustained productivity and food security, while preserving and enhancing the resource base and the environment.