-The Ministry of Environment and Tourism is in the process of reviewing the national policy on human wildlife conflicts.
-Elephants, Rhinos and other wildlife species are not only playing a key role in establishing ecosystem but are pillars of the country's economy as well.
-Namibia is moving forward in implementing bio-safety laws to control the use of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs).
-Farmers in the Zambezi Region have refused to accept the selling prices for their cattle at a recent government auction at Lusese.
-Human-wildlife conflict continues to rock the Kavango East Region with a 27-year-old woman the latest victim of a crocodile attack.
-Farmers in the Omeheke Region have been urged to take precautionary measures against Congo Fever, despite the outbreak in the region having been brought under control.
-Brazil's government is struggling to save the reputation of its meat export sector after investigators found that a number of meat-packers bribed inspectors to approve tainted meat as safe for export.
-Nampower has signed another five-year electricity sales agreement with South Africa's power utility Eskom.
-The police at Keetmanshoop declared nineteen taxi vehicles, unroadworthy.
-Minister of Environment and Tourism, Pohamba Shifeta, says illegal hunting of wildlife, mainly rhino and elephant, has become a syndicate activity.
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