Namibia has legislated a number of laws since independence to empower women.
First Lady Monica Geingos launched the Stay in School programme in the capital.
Environment and Tourism Deputy Minister, Tommy Nambahu tabled a bill to regulate access to biological resources and associated traditional knowledge.
The National Union of Namibian Workers is worried about mining companies outsourcing its core functions.
Finance Minister Calle Schlettwein says sourcing power from neighbouring countries is no longer a safe option as this increases risk to the economy.
The envisaged Cancer Association of Namibia's clinic is nearing completion.
DTA parliamentarian, Elma Dienda has expressed concern with the lack of independence for the Whistleblowers' Protection Office.
A four year donor-funded programme aimed at reducing maternal and child mortality in Namibia has come to an end.
-Metrology is the science of measurements.
-The Snake Conservation Association of Namibia (SCAN) has urged members of the public not to attempt to kill snakes when they enter their homes.
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