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The British Prime Minister to step down on Wednesday

British Prime Minister David Cameron has announced that he will resign on Wednesday, paving the way for Home Secretary Theresa May to take the reins.

DTA unhappy with the way genocide reparation negotiations...

The DTA says, it is not happy with the way genocide reparation negotiations with Germany are being handled.

The Qalueque-Oshakati Water Canal claiming lives.

Ten people, have drowned in the Qalueque-Oshakati Water Canal since the beginning of this year.

The measles-rubella vaccination campaign starts on a...

The nationwide vaccination campaign on measles-rubella started on a positive note in Windhoek.

Namibia expected to import between 140 to 150 000 tonnes of...

Namibia is expected to import between 140 to 150 000 tonnes of white maize this year. The country is expected to harvest about 45 000 tonnes of white maize locally.

The Nationhood and National Pride Forums launched in...

The Information and Communication Technology Ministry has launched the Nationhood and National Pride Forums for Hardap, //Karas, Khomas and Omaheke regions at Mariental in the Hardap region. Deputy Minister Stanley Simataa says the NNP is currently not relevant, especially when the country is confronted by acts of violence, racism and tribalism.

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