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News Namibia » Kavango: Hitch Hiking in Namibia Part Four

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Publication date: Friday 16 February 2018

Rundu, a border town on the Kavango River which separates Namibia from Angola, was some 600 K’s north-east of Tsumeb. We had made a quick stop at the landing site of a meteorite mostly made up of nickel and copper still intact and preserved that had ...

News Namibia » Kavango: Mutorwa wants red line negotiations to continue

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Publication date: Saturday 17 February 2018

The Red Line is a pest exclusion fence separating northern Namibia from the central and southern parts of the country. It encases several northern regions; Oshana, Kavango East, Omusati, Zambezi, Omaheke, Kunene and parts of Khomas and the Oshikoto regions.

News Namibia » Kavango: Namibia: Kavango Benefits From Chinese Generosity

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Publication date: Friday 22 December 2017

Windhoek — The Chinese Embassy, which has gone all out to uplift impoverished rural Namibian communities through assistance in cash and in kind, yesterday demonstrated why Namibia regards it as an "all-weather friend". Namibia and China enjoy excellent ...

News Namibia » Kavango: Technology boosts health provision in Namibia's northern regions

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Publication date: hursday 18 May 2017

WINDHOEK, May 18 (Xinhua) -- Health facilities in Namibia's Kavango West and East regions are using technology to boost health in the northern area, in efforts improve service delivery and promote the well-being of patients for sustainable development.

News Namibia » Kavango: Namibia records FMD case in six years

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Publication date: hursday 12 February 2015

Namibia recorded first cases of foot and mouth disease within six years in the northern Namibia Kavango region, Chief veterinary officer Dr. Adrianatus Florentius Maseke said Thursday. In a report filed with the World Organisation for Animal Health ...

News Namibia » Kavango: FNB Namibia : Ausiku excited about FNB branch in Kavango West

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Publication date: hursday 14 December 2017

Kavango West Regional Governor Sirkka Ausiku is happy that FNB Namibia has heeded the call to open a branch in the regional capital Nkurenkuru. Since becoming governor in 2014, Ausiku has made a signature call to all service providers, including government ...

News Namibia » Kavango: Namibia: Amazing close-up photos of African wildlife in its natural habitat

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Publication date: Friday 12 February 2016

Photographer Will Burrard-Lucas has photographed some of Africa's most iconic species, in the Namibia region of the Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area (KAZA). The series comes ahead of Earth Hour, which is held from 8.30pm to 9.30pm on 19 ...

News Namibia » Kavango: Namibia rules out benefits for ex-members of the SWATF, Koevet forces

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Publication date: hursday 29 May 2014

The ex-territorial force members were made up of the local San, Khoi-Khoi, Nama, Kavango, Ovambo and Herero tribesmen who battled against guerrillas inside Namibia while the Koevoet force played a leading role in engagements inside Namibia and externally ...

News Namibia » Kavango: Angolan refugees try to legalise status

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Publication date: Wednesday 09 January 2002

They have crossed the border in 1999 and 2000, and have been living illegally in Namibia. When they (Angolan refugees) cross the border they go to family relations and so on, but now because of the Namibian clean-up operation, especially in Kavango ...

News Namibia » Kavango: Hoofing It the Longest Distance

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Publication date: onday 26 May 2014

That’s why Namibia and four other countries—Angola, Zambia, Zimbabwe, and Botswana—allow wildlife to migrate across their boundaries, to allow nature to pulse through the incredible basins of the Kavango and Zambezi Rivers. In 2011, the governments ...