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Namibia: Air Crash Probe in Full Swing
The investigation into the causes of the fatal crash of LAM flight TM 470 in the Bwabwata National Park, in the Kavango East Region last week Friday continues, according to Nampol Deputy Inspector General for Administration, Major-General James Tjivikua.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Protection units ineffective for gender violence victims
THE Legal Assistance Centre said it has received numerous complaints about how the Women and Child Protection Units are not doing enough to shield women from domestic violence.
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.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Mozambique: No Date Yet for Transfer of Air Crash Victims' Remains
Mozambique Airlines does not yet have a firm date for the transfer back to Maputo of the bodies of those who died when the LAM flight from Maputo to Luanda last Friday crashed in northern Namibia.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Namibia's president receives credentials of Qatar's amb...
WINDHOEK: President of the Republic of Namibia Hifikepunye Pohamba has received the credentials of HE Qatar's Ambassador to South Africa and Non-Resident Ambassador to the Republic of Namibia Salem Abdullah Al-Jaber.
Mozambique: Investigators From Five Nations Probe Plane Crash
Rundu/Windhoek - Investigations are underway to determine what precisely caused the horrific plane crash that killed all 33 people aboard the Mozambican national airline plane that went down in the Bwabwata National Park in the Zambezi Region on Friday afternoon.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Ekklesia Daily News
Namibian short films: London premiere
AfricAvenir and Friends of Namibia are inviting guests to the London Premiere of four Namibian short films which represent and reflect some current challenges and trends facing Namibian society today.
Namibian military transports plane crash victims
Investigators arrived in Namibia on Sunday to try to determine the cause of a Mozambique Airlines plane crash that killed 33 people, as the remains of the victims were transported to a police mortuary in the Namibian capital, Windhoek.
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.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
World-News-Schedule at 1900 GMT/2 PM Et
WASHINGTON/TOKYO - The United States advises commercial airlines to notify Chinese authorities of flight plans when travelling through an air defence zone that Beijing established a week ago over the East China Sea.
The Daily Star
Mozambique Airlines plane carrying 34 missing in Namibia, search under way
WINDHOEK: A Mozambique Airlines flight carrying 34 people en route to Angola has gone missing over northeast Namibia and authorities were searching a game park on Saturday for signs of the plane.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
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.
Mail & Guardian
There goes the neighbourhood
It is well known that African trade ministers love signing agreements. These cement relationships with neighbours and increase trade and local competitiveness, as domestic firms have to compete with their regional peers.
In need of a giggle? This ticklish meerkat can't stop laughing as...
Named Betty Boo, she lives at the Harnas Wildlife Foundation in central Namibia where a volunteer videoed her being tickled.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
MUN Calls for Nu Diamonds to Treat Employees Equally
New Era: Labor unrest ensued in Windhoek's Prosperita Industrial Area late last week as workers from Nu Diamonds Manufacturing staged a peaceful demonstration, which was prompted by alleged uncompromising attitudes, unfair labor practices, favoritism and inhuman practices by the company's general manager, Efrahim Drezener.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
Krejcir to face the music
Considering our remarkable past and present leaders, I wonder why we still speak of a struggle, a war, and a battle, says Edeline Mutize .
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Bank of Choice Opens Spacious New Branch in Maerua
FNB officially opened its brand new and relocated branch in Maerua Mall shopping complex in Windhoek .
Walta Information Centre
Ethiopia to help train Namibians - Friday, 22 November 2013 08:35
Addis Ababa, 22 November 2013 - Namibia and Ethiopia on Wednesday signed an agreement for health training programs for Namibian health professionals, including doctors, nurses, technicians, pharmacists and paramedics.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Mail & Guardian
Honour outs revolutionary Manoim
Irwin Manoim was the invisible editor. He was and remains a man of few words. He kept a low profile.
The Washington Post
Areva Awaits Final Water Agreement for Namibian Uranium Mines
Areva SA's Namibian unit is waiting for a distribution agreement with Namibia Water Corp. to supply desalinated water to uranium mines and businesses in the semi- arid Erongo region, Managing Director Hilifa Mbako says.