Namibia will mark World Water Day in Windhoek next week.
Ghana's new government will have 110 ministers a marked increase from the number in the previous administration, and the highest in the history of the country.
Burundi and the Comoros Islands application to join SADC is expected to dominate the extraordinary summit of SADC Heads of State and Government in Swaziland tomorrow.
The City of Windhoek continues to battle recurrent robberies and theft out of motor vehicles at a variety of intersections.
-Professional hunters from the USA have received permission to hunt old rhinos in Namibia.
-A police officer investigating a case of two Chinese nationals, charged with poaching and illegal possession of rhino horn, says somebody tried to bribe him.
-The //Karas Police 'drug law enforcement unit' this morning raided JA Nel Senior Secondary school at Keetmanshoop, and arrested three boys for alleged drug smuggling, or possession of illegal substances.
-President Hage Geingob today opened a multi- million-dollar road linking remote and rural areas to urban centres in the Otjozondjupa Region.
-Urban and Rural Development Minister Sophia Shaningwa visited flood victims in the Omusati and Oshana regions this morning to familiarise herself with their needs and living conditions.
-Tax payers who are in arrears with their dues to Treasury have been given a six-month amnesty, to pay and have their interest and penalties written of.
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