A farm owner and his neighbours grew apprehensive last week when they suspected a goat to have rabies on farm Oerwoud, about 10km before Tsinsabis in the Oshikoto Region, due to its strange behaviour, but it turned out not to be the case.
A case of murder during a robbery that went wrong seems not to be so straightforward, and allegations of it being an assassination was confirmed to the police.
Namibia as a developing country is still not showing flexibility to couple business innovations, the implementation of projects and evaluation of developmental progress to secure economic development and guarantee the future of the next generation.
The past month has been quite a tumultuous one for the Namibian public. We’ve had mass demonstrations that rallied hundreds, even thousands of citizens, and we’ve had social outcry over the vicious attacks and murders on some of our citizens.
THE senseless attack on and brutal murder of Hans-Jörg Möller should teach Namibians much about themselves and display pride in their solidarity after the immense tragedy at the hands of a criminal gang that was not supposed to roam free and enjoy the freedom and secur
Mining giant, Rio Tinto is forging ahead with a search for copper deposit in Namibia’s Kavango East Region, despite the unfavourable global commodity prices.