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NSA launches 'Stats on the Move' school programme

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The Namibia Statistics Agency, NSA, launched the 'Stats on the Move School Programme', in the Khomas Region, at Eldorado Secondary School.

Ministry of Defence announces budget cuts and frozen projects

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The Ministry of Defence will in all likelihood suspend some of its activities and projects due to budgetary cuts.

Good rains fill up Kuiseb River

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The Kuiseb River is no longer dry following significant water inflow late on Sunday.

UNICEF addresses national dialogue on preventing harmful cultural practices

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UNICEF Country representative says for too long, women and girls have suffered the devastating consequences of physical and psychological attacks, due to harmful cultural practices.

AU hoping to deal with recruitment of child soldiers by 2020

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For years, the issue of underage children being used for military activities in Africa, has proven hard to deal with.

Efforts under way to renovate Linus Shashipapo Secondary School

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The Principal of the Linus Shashipapo Secondary School is satisfied with the progress made so far to improve the state of affairs at the school.

Ghanaian scientists develop a sweet potato to alleviate malnutrition

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Scientists in Ghana have been developing a type of sweet potato they believe can help alleviate child malnutrition. The orange-fleshed sweet potato has high levels of Vitamin A, which assists in child development.

Shaningwa vows to eliminate bucket toilet system in 2017

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Urban and Rural Development Minister, Sophia Shaningwa has vowed to eliminate the bucket toilet system in Namibia by the end of 2017.

Resettled farmers need to be educated to make optimal use of farms

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Deputy Prime Minister Netumbo-Nandi Ndaitwah accompanied the Deputy Minister of Land Reform to visit two resettlement farms in the Hardap region recently.

Government to fully utilise underground water resources

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The government is working towards the full utilisation of underground water resources to supply the north-central parts of Namibia.

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