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Welcome Spring With the Nedbank Spring Festival
[New Era] Windhoek -As expected, organisers of the popular Nedbank Spring Festival have not only promised a much bigger and better event but have vowed to make this year's festival an unforgettable jaunt for all participants.
Southern Africa to Join Great Green Wall
[New Era] Windhoek -Namibia's Environment and Tourism Minister, Pohamba Shifeta, has declared that Southern Africa would join the Great Green Wall (GGW) initiative, a land greening exercise put in place in Saharan Africa and the Sahel area.
Haufiku to Circumcise the Dogg in September
[New Era] Windhoek -Health minister Dr Bernard Haufiku will be back in the theatre on September 19 to circumcise star musician The Dogg - who is ambassador of the ongoing Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision (VMMC) program.
Momentum Youth Cricket Week Underway in Windhoek
[New Era] Windhoek -Some of Namibia's finest junior cricketers are once again getting an ideal opportunity to showcase their skills in the Momentum Under-19 cricket week, which got underway in Windhoek last Friday.
Kavango East Launches Awareness Campaigns for Crime Prevention
[New Era] Rundu -The Namibian Police in Kavango East launched three campaigns aimed at enhancing the relationship between the police and the community in combating crime in the region. The campaigns are the House to House; Women and Men Network; and Turn Back Crime.
One Dies, 11 Injured in Head-On Collision
[New Era] Ongwediva -One person died while eleven others were injured when two vehicles collided head-on on the road between Outapi and Okalongo.
NSC Wants Direct Funding From Parliament
[New Era] Otjiwarongo -In an effort to streamline operations newly appointed board members of the Namibia Sports Commission (NSC) knuckled down to some serious business.
Clinic Falling Apart, Dispenses Medicine From Under a Tree
[New Era] Amilema -Amilema's 20-year-old clinic is so dilapidated that the roof is about to cave in and the walls are so cracked that the nurses and other health workers dispense medicine from the shade of a nearby tree.
Namibia's Bee Population Is Under Threat
[New Era] Windhoek -The world's bee populations are dying out fast and that is not good for the human race, which depends on bees for pollination of plants.
Namibia Dairies Saves 40 Percent of Water Used for Operations
[New Era] Windhoek -In light of the current water crisis, Namibia Dairies (ND) has pledged its commitment to assist the City of Windhoek and other role players by ensuring effective measures are in place for the business to save every possible drop of water.
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