Namibia


GOGO (97) AMONG SIX FAMILY MEMBERS MURDERED

2018-07-14 08:00

A FAMILY is reeling after two attacks within days of each other left six of its members dead, including a 97-year-old gogo.

Botswana 'must not force Namibian refugees to back home': AI

2018-07-12 10:46

Rights group Amnesty International has urged the government of Botswana not to force any of the Caprivi refugees to return to their home country Namibia if there is "a risk of persecution".

SA's position in Africa regarding ICC exaggerated – ISS

2018-07-06 11:33

It is unlikely that South Africa's shift in position will have a significant impact on other countries, says the Institute for Security Studies.

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Eurowings launches connection between Windhoek and Munich

2018-05-08 15:19

Eurowings is now offering a long-haul connection between Windhoek in Namibia and Munich in southern Germany.

Marginalised Namibians are trying to reclaim photography after colonialism

2018-04-16 09:05

Marginalised Namibians should be encouraged to take up cameras to document their lives - on their own terms, writes The Conversation.

WHO says tainted food outbreak threatens 16 African nations

2018-03-20 21:00

WHO says deadly tainted food outbreak in South Africa now threatens 16 African nations

Namibia 'pulls products linked to listeriosis off shelves' – report

2018-03-15 10:02

The Namibian ministry of health has reportedly instructed food inspectors to remove products that are likely linked to listeriosis from shelves in shops all over the country.

Opel will build thousands of cars in Namibia – barely a year after leaving South Africa

2018-03-13 16:05

Opel, under previous ownership, ceased production in South Africa at the start of 2017.

Listeria outbreak: Zim tightens food surveillance at border posts, as it bans imports of cold meat from SA

2018-03-06 08:30

Zimbabwe has banned the importation of cold meat from South Africa following the outbreak of Listeria, a report says, adding that the government has since activated its surveillance teams to monitor importation of such products into the country.

 

Africa's iconic baobab trees dying off at alarming rate

2018-07-12 13:00

Africa's ancient baobab, with its distinctive swollen trunk and known as the "tree of life", is under a new and mysterious threat, with some of the largest and oldest dying abruptly in recent years.

Kicking at Namibia's closet doors

2018-07-08 11:52

It’s not a secret that there are queer people in Namibia, it’s just that a conservative, patriarchal society prefers it to remain a private matter. Now, a new generation is growing tired of the silence, reports Kevin Perestrelo from Windhoek.

RoadTrip to Destination X - 2018 BMW X2 to Pelican Point

2018-06-21 08:00

BMW is touting its first-ever X2 as a Sports Activity Coupé; a style leader in the compact crossover/SUV market. But is it really a X-model? RoadTrip took it on a 4000km long road trip to the soft sand of Pelican Point in Walvis Bay, Namibia, to find out...

Southern Sun gets interdict against Namibian 'copycat' hotel

2018-05-30 13:07

The Namibian High Court ruled in favour of SA hotel group Southern Sun in a case involving so-called "passing-off" and copyright infringement.

Namibian mobile operator slashes data pricing after SA #DataMustFall protests

2018-04-26 09:58

Inspired by South African data protests, Namibian mobile operator Paratus has cut its data prices by a massive 80%.

Namibia president denies graft in nuclear deal

2018-04-09 18:00

Namibian President Hage Geingob has strongly denied corruption accusations stemming from a French anti-corruption probe centered on the purchase of Canadian mining company Uramin by French nuclear giant Areva.

Botswana's Ian Khama accuses Trump of 'encouraging' elephant poaching

2018-03-17 18:01

Botswana's president Ian Khama has accused the US government of encouraging elephant poaching following its recent decision to reverse a ban on imports of sport-hunted trophies.

Man, 41, fighting for his life in Namibia's first case of listeriosis - report

2018-03-14 10:30

Namibia has reportedly recorded its first case of listeriosis, with a 41-year-old man said to be fighting for his life in a hospital in Windhoek.

Opel, Peugeot to build cars in Namibia

2018-03-13 08:04

Groupe PSA and the Namibia Development Corporation (NDC) have signed a joint-venture agreement to start a factory in Walvis Bay.

Listeria outbreak: SA neighbours ban meat exports

2018-03-05 21:04

Four countries in southern Africa have taken steps against South African chilled meat imports made at a factory found to be the origin of the world's worst-ever listeria outbreak.

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