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Oil exploration conducted in Kavango West

Oil exploration conducted in Kavango West

A sub-contractor doing oil exploration in the Kavango West region has said their presence in Namibia, is progress in itself, regardless whether current explorations done in the country would yield positive results or not. CGG, a geoscience company, is conducting a ground seismic test survey in the area. The company was contacted by ACREP, an Angolan oil and gas company that has oil exploration rights in the area of Gava village.

Young Scientist Josephine Hamukoto embraces opportunities

Young Scientist Josephine Hamukoto embraces opportunities

Young people have been called on to embrace any educational opportunity presented to them.

Adventist Development and Relief Agency donates food to Hephata Care Centre

Adventist Development and Relief Agency donates food to...

The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) Namibia, has vowed to continue assisting needy communities in order to compliment government's social efforts.

Outgoing Congolese ambassador hails relations with Namibia

Outgoing Congolese ambassador hails relations with Namibia

The outgoing ambassador of Congo says her country's government is working hard to resolve water and electricity shortages at the Loudima Institute for Technical and Vocational Training.

President Geingob should consider reducing the size of his administration - Economist

President Geingob should consider reducing the size of his...

An independent economist says President Hage Geingob should consider drastically reducing the size of his administration, to save money. Providing advice ahead of next month's tabling of the 2017 National Budget, economist Mally Likukela said apart from cutting non-essential expenditure, the government ought to reconsider the size of Cabinet, the Legislature and the Executive wings of State.

BoN encourages businesses to swap foreign assets for domestic assets

BoN encourages businesses to swap foreign assets for...

The Bank of Namibia encourages local institutions to swap their foreign assets for domestic assets. This would improve Namibia's foreign reserves.

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