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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

Auction winner of rhino hunt fears he's the endangered species

Chris Knowlton looks forward to facing and becoming intimately involved with a black rhino. He's the lucky winner of an auction that gives him a permit to legally shoot one of the endangered beasts. Now he fears for his life, right in his own backyard.
In the Media by Karen Graham

Op-Ed: Killing the Black Rhino is no way to save them

There are only about 4,000 Black Rhinos left in the wild, down from over 60,000 in the 1960's. There are an estimated 1,800 in Namibia today. Poachers have decimated Rhino herds, in search of their horns, a valuable commodity on the international market.
In the Media by Karen Graham - 6 comments

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

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

Floods drive thousands from their homes in Mozambique

Thousands of Mozambicans were forced to abandon their houses and flee for higher ground on Wednesday and disaster management workers were put on high alert because of rising flood waters.
In the Media by Bill Lindner

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

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

Cheetahs seen in southern Angola for the first time in 30 years

Otjiwarongo - A wildlife conservation group has reported the first cheetah sighting in southern Angola in more than three decades. The animal’s habitat was devastated during Angola’s civil war between 1975 to 2002.
In the Media by Christopher Szabo - 4 comments

Namibian Party Calls for National Reconciliation

In Namibia, a political party, The Rally for Democracy and Progress (RDP) has called for the establishment of a South African-type Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
In the Media by Christopher Szabo - 1 comment

Namibia: $3 million for Victims of Torrential Floods Needed

Over $2,700 000 dollars is urgently needed to support the Government of Namibia in responding to the plight of up to 350,000 people hit by widespread floods.
In the Media by Bob Ewing - 2 comments

Botswana's unique Kgalagadi Game Reserve faces mining threat

One of the world's largest wildlife reserves. located in Botswana, will soon host mining activities, after its government granted 112 exploration licences to 14 foreign firms for diamond, uranium, coal and base metals exploration in central Botswana.
In the Media by Adriana Stuijt

Canadian uranium search will kill off the last Bushmen of Africa

A Canadian company this week was granted exclusive uranium-prospecting licenses in two ecologically very sensitive nature reserves in Namibia in the Namib Naukluft Park. The local Nama tribal chief warns that mining would destroy their desert homeland.
In the Media by Adriana Stuijt - 3 comments

Death of Richard Wood, former Anglican bishop

Richard Wood, former Anglican bishop suffragan of Namibia, died on 9 October 2008 at his home at Itchen Abbas, Hampshire, England.
In the Media by Stephen Hayes

Namibia: Kavango River Risks Contamination

In Namibia, The Kavango River may be in danger of being contaminated by leakages of highly toxic sewage from the Rundu Sewerage Ponds.
In the Media by Bob Ewing - 4 comments

Anti-Gay Incidents In Southern Africa Cause Controversy

WINDHOEK (dpa) - Stallon Shimanda's ear is hurting. A female "protector of the law" suddenly reached out and tore a decorative earring off the Namibian man's ear in a shopping centre in the city of Katutura. A member of a special public morality ...
In the Media by Digital Journal Staff - 1 comment

Another African Country Faces A Potential ''Land Time Bomb''

Windhoek (dpa) - Ten years after independence the Namibian government says it will stick to its policy of "willing seller, willing buyer" to achieve a long-term, equable redistribution of land. Around 5,000 commercial farmers, most of them white, o...
In the Media by Erika Kuenzel
 

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It has been suggested that instead of Namibia killing old rhinos  they could try ecotourism. It woul...
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It has been suggested that instead of Namibia killing old rhinos, they could try ecotourism. It would be a better way to fund conservation efforts.
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This Rhino is also known as the Hook-Lipped Rhino. Both Black and White Rhinos both graze and browse...
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This Rhino is also known as the Hook-Lipped Rhino. Both Black and White Rhinos both graze and browse, however the White Rhino is much larger, and the Black Rhino tends to hold it's head up, while the White Rhino keeps it's head lower
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Women protest Namibian police intention to arrest girls wearing mini-skirts.
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Women protest Namibian police intention to arrest girls wearing mini-skirts.
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Women in Namibia sitting by a hut
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