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Month: May 2015

Lifting the veil 25 years later

Engineer of Namibian Independence, Dirk Mudge this week revealed what happened in the twelve years leading up to Independence and immediately afterwards. The veteran politician and farmer launched his book chronicling the...

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All systems go at Xaris

With no official response from Nampower nor the Ministry of Mines and Energy about the alleged cancellation of the Xaris Power Station, communication established with Xaris seems to indicate that construction activities are...

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Cabinet to discuss phosphate moratorium

Cabinet is expected to meet before the end of June to discuss the way forward after the moratorium on phosphate lapsed earlier this year. This was revealed by Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources spokesperson, Charlie...

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Weather 29 May 2015

What HappenedThe week’s synoptic progression is dominated by a combination of two immensely strong vortices straddling the Antarctic circle some 3500 kilometres south-south-west of Cape Town. This combo is so dominant, the two...

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First Red Data Book on Birds

Minister of Environment and Tourism, Hon. Pohamba Shifeta, in a statement issued last week said that since independence, Namibia has been building a platform of environmental and conservation policies and legislation that...

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