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Namibia expects more oil prospectors to follow Shell

Windhoek - Namibia's government said Tuesday it would soon accept more major oil companies into the country, a day after Shell announced it had bought two offshore blocks.Petroleum commissioner Immanuel Mulunga told AFP the government was in the process of approv...
In the Media by AFP

Amanda Hutton — The British Casey Anthony?

Bradford - Casey Anthony partied for 31 days after the death of her young daughter. A woman in Bradford, UK has gone one better than that.
In the Media by Alexander Baron

Women protest mini-skirt ban in Windhoek, Namibia (video)

Windhoek - Namibian women were out in the streets of Windhoek in their hundreds, protesting over police intentions to arrest women wearing mini-skirts for "indecency."
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 4 comments

Namibian man arrested for allegedly raping dog

Walvis Bay - A Namibian man was arrested and arraigned on bestiality charges after police allegedly caught him having sexual intercourse with a dog.
In the Media by Brett Wilkins - 1 comment

Vast water source found in Namibia could last for centuries

A water source that was discovered in Namibia may have a huge impact on development that takes place in the driest country located in sub-Saharan Africa.
In the Media by Owen Weldon - 8 comments

UK helpline service for Muslim youth to expand on national level Special

Manchester - A UK-based Muslim charity which provides a free and confidential emotional support service to young Muslims is establishing volunteer teams nationally for the first time in its 10-year history.
Digital Journal Report by Iram Ramzan

Namibia: Tempers flare at town meeting over donkey meat delicacy

Rehoboth - Organizers of a community meeting in Rehoboth, Namibia, who tried to encourage attendance at the meeting with a promise to serve free barbecued donkey meat, faced a protest walk-out when they failed to fulfill their promise.
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus

Strange metal ball drops from space in Namibia

Windhoek - Namibian police have been scratching their heads in puzzlement over a metallic ball that fell from space and landed in a remote grassland area in the northern parts of the country, 480 miles from the Namibian capital Windhoek.
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus - 2 comments

Famous South African unit remembers its fallen; opens museum Special

Johannesburg - Veterans of one of the most famous South African units of the post-war era gathered at the National War Museum to remember their fallen comrades and to express pride in their achievements.
Digital Journal Report by Christopher Szabo

Norway mass murder claims 'two more cells' are working with him

Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik, who slaughtered as many as 76 people in an Oslo bombing and a shooting spree at an island teen camp last Friday, is now claiming he has accomplices.
In the Media by Andrew John - 2 comments

Fake bomb found in Namibia said to be test device from USA

Windhoek - After Namibia airport screening procedures turned up a suspicious suitcase with bomb components inside, a German investigation has concluded the case was a test device sent by the United States.
In the Media by Stephanie Dearing - 1 comment

EU's ban on seal products to be implemented Friday Special

Starting Friday the EU will ban the trade of all seal products. The International Fund for Animal Welfare have welcomed the announcement of this new legislation as they have long campaigned to see an end to all commercial sealing.
Digital Journal Report by Jane Fazackarley

Judge denies Botswana's Kalahari San people their water rights

Driven from the Kalahari Preserve by a government intent on accomodating diamond mining interests, Botswana's San people won the right to return to their land in 2006. Since then the San say the government has denied their rights to water.
In the Media by Stephanie Dearing - 11 comments

Unusual little fish helps to recover severely damaged ecosystem

Oslo - A unique fish species has adapted to a hostile environment, poisonous to most other marine organisms, becoming an important part of a food chain that includes other fish, birds and mammals in the coast of Namibia.
In the Media by Igor I. Solar - 2 comments

Meeting the enchanting Himba tribe and their Herero ancestors Special

The Himba are an enchanting tribe in Namibia who differ greatly from there Herero ancestors. I had the privilege to come face to face with both tribes in Namibia and discover their culture for myself.
Digital Journal Report by Natalie Peart - 5 comments

Aid agencies say West Africa on the brink of starvation, need aid

Niamey - Two of the largest humanitarian agencies, Oxfam International and Save The Children, are stating that the western region of Africa is on the brink of starvation. The aid agencies launched campaigns that appealed for $10 million just to help Niger.
In the Media by Andrew Moran

500 rare African penguins killed by big freeze in South Africa

Johannesburg - Nearly 500 rare African penguins have died in the past 24 hours as a result of extremely cold weather in South Africa’s Eastern Cape province.
In the Media by Christopher Szabo - 3 comments

Historic telecom cable to link Africa to Europe Special

A 17,000 km-long fibre optic cable stretching from France to South Africa will be operational in the first half of 2012.
Digital Journal Report by Samuel Okocha

'Massive’ air sea search off S. African coast for 2 fishermen Special

Cape Town - A massive air sea rescue operation is underway off South Africa’s Northern Cape province involving the National Sea Rescue Institute (NSRI), police, the South Africa Air Force (SAAF) and other agencies to find two men missing in a fishing boat.
Digital Journal Report by Christopher Szabo

Would you join world's top adventurer on a row to the North Pole?

A team of six intrepid explorers will depart from Resolute Bay, Canada in a rowboat in the summer of 2011, heading for magnetic north. A crew of five will be led by world's most renowned adventurer, Jock Wishart.
In the Media by Stephanie Dearing - 9 comments
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