Wednesday Dec 4
Small World News Service
British mother-of-two lawyer, 34, dies 'sandboarding' down a 100ft dune in Africa
Mum-of-two Claire Lee, 34, was attempting the extreme adventure sport - known as 'snowboarding on sand' - for the first time.
Telecom Namibia Launches LTE Network
In November 2012 Telecom Namibia completed the planned purchase of Powercom trading as Leo, Namibia's struggling second mobile GSM player.
Malaysian National News Agency
Telecom Namibia Launches 4G-LTE Mobile Telephony
National telecommunications operator Telecom Namibia has launched its Fourth Generation Long Term Evolution network coverage to offer Namibians better mobile telephony experience with reliable, super-fast Internet speeds in key areas of the country.
Exploring Namibia's pristine Skeleton Coast
This may be Africa but a tour of the Skeleton Coast focuses on small animals, not big game -- lizards, jackals, insects and birds.
Namibia's water shortage hits mines
Uranium mines operated by companies including Rio Tinto and Paladin Energy in Namibia face a water shortage as a drought in the south-west African nation curbs supply to the operations and three coastal towns.
Save Namibia's lions
As majestic and intimidating as they may seem, Namibian lions have been living a precarious life of survival, with their numbers rapidly dwindling over the past three decades.