The introduction and the use of genetically modified seeds by especially communal farmers has provoked a debate on how this will impact the preservation of indigenous knowledge and farming methods.
-Recent rains experienced over the country have seen the abundance in the growth of various delicacies, such as wild edible vegetables harvested in the Zambezi Region.
A physics lecturer at the University of Namibia says Namibia must develop alternative sources of storing renewable energy.
A 14-year-old minor, allegedly stabbed his 17-year-old brother to death in Rundu, over the weekend. The incident took place at Sauyemwa informal settlement. The deceased has been identified as Josef Tupome.
Namibians using South West African identification cards have until March next year to acquire Namibian Identification cards.
-Many countries could use Namibia as a case study although a relatively young democracy.
-A 36-year-old woman died on the spot while two others escaped with injuries when lightning struck in the Kavango East Region.
-Tributes have been pouring in for the late South African Anti-Apartheid activist and icon Ahmed Kathrada, who died in the early hours of Tuesday.
-The Ministry of Environment and Tourism says Namibia's national parks remain safe for local and international visitors.
-Information and Communication Technology Minister Tjekero Tweya says information is critical for the sustainable development of any nation.
Like us on Facebook
Tweets by newsonnbc