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Month: October 2014

Northern farmers grow for food security

Three farmers from the North excelled this week Thursday at a Horticultural Day organised by the Namibian Agronomic Board to award the best farmers for their contribution to food security. From the left are, the Medium Scale...

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Trustco HEPS shoot up 402%

After Trustco released its interim trading statement for the six months ended 30 September 2014 on Wednesday this week, Trustco shareholders will in all likelihood be smiling all the way to the bank. A spate of good fortune has...

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Property is ablaze but everybody loses

The runaway cost of land and housing is defeating all the growth and progress made over the past five years. Two significant events over the past fortnight both contributed to drive this point home.First, a noted analyst gave us...

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31 Oct 2014

What Happened?Conditions this week were fairly conventional for this transitional period between the seasons. At the beginning of the week, the synoptic picture showed all the usual elements, more or less where they are...

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City will continue with land auctions

The City of Windhoek this week revealed that land auctions in the Academia Ext 1 and and 2 will go on uninterrupted despite a ministerial decision to stop auctioning of land. City of Windhoek spokesperson Joshua Amukugo said...

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Meatco awards producers

Meatco CEO Advocate Vekuii Rukoro thanked government on behalf of all of Meatco’s producers for a well thought out allocation of the Norway quota which he described as, “doing justice, especially to our farmers in the NCA.”“But...

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MVA launches safety campaign

Getting into gear ahead of the upcoming festive season, the Motor Vehicle Accident Fund of Namibia will on 4 November formally launch its safety campaign for 2014/2015. With recent data revealing that road crashes are on a...

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