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Namibia's founding father Dr. Sam Nujoma has called on African countries to consolidate all structures of the African Union to build a united Africa with one defence force to defend its territorial integrity, territorial waters and airspace against foreign forces, Namibian Press Agency NAMPA reported.
Sunday May 19 | Environmental News Network
Land degradation - more specifically drought and desertification - have become increasingly pressing problems for a growing number of countries around the world, threatening efforts to alleviate poverty, improve basic health and sanitation and address socioeconomic inequality, as well as spur agricultural and sustainable economic development.
This is how much the Tov Multipurpose Centre in Tsumeb has committed to paying 20 primary school pupils attending the Ondundu Primary school.
Thank you, the Boers are dead. Nujoma's boys have killed the Boers, you all saw that they are dead.
THE Public Service Commission does not have any document in its files indicating that Namibia's President has ever given his consent to members of the commission to do paid work besides their official position, PSC Chairperson Eddie Amkongo revealed in the High Court in Windhoek yesterday.
CITIZEN Nahas, as usual when putting on his private hat hit the nail on the head by pointing out the reality that politics in Namibia is working hard to divide our nation.
Sadc Troika commends Zim Wednesday, 15 May 2013 00:00 Hebert Zharare Political Editor Zimbabwe Herald THE Sadc Troika has hailed Zimbabwe for successfully holding a referendum in a peaceful, free and fair environment in March and expressed hope the same would obtain ahead of harmonised elections expected on or before the expiry of the Seventh ... (more)
DROUGHT IMPACT ... A carcass of a cow that died because of drought outside Opuwo in the Kunene region.
UNTIL a few months ago our Minister of Defence Nahas Angula served as the country's prime minister.
AFRICA is on the verge of a major developmental take off. Business is booming, urban centres are expanding and the sky-scrappers are springing up in almost every major African city.
Among the most contentious issues that the newly appointed Kavango Regional Governor, Dr Samuel Mbambo, will face when he takes over the reins as governor are two major disputes relating to land ownership between two traditional leaders.
Onawa ya Kiliana - The Founding Father of the Nation, Dr Sam Nujoma, has urged the youth to concentrate on entrepreneurship and innovation as they are the catalysts for economic growth.
A more traditional postcard shot of Windhoek taken from the steps of the Alte Feste .
THE Namibia Tender Board which falls under the Ministry of Finance, and is charged with oversight of the government's procurement portfolio approved N$9 billion worth of tenders that enjoyed exemption privileges in the 2012-13 financial year and were awarded to handpicked companies.
President Hifikepunye Pohamba has asked that the Ministry of Labour and Social Welfare as well as trade unions work together in formulating measures that would enforce companies to uphold labour laws.