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Brave Warriors' preparations for 2020 CHAN on track

Written by Maqonda Ndlovu on 17 July 2019

WINDHOEK, 17 JUL (NAMPA) – The Brave Warriors’ first two training sessions ahead of the 2020 African Nations Championship qualifier against Comoros went well, newly appointed interim coach Bobby Samaria has said.
The team has two weeks to prepare for their two-legged qualifying game against Comoros, with the first leg scheduled for Moroni in the Comoros on 26 July and the second leg for Windhoek on 02 August.
Speaking to Nampa at the end of the second training session on Tuesday, the first day of camp held ...


Agribank should engage farmers more often: Amutenya

Written by Erasmus Shalihaxwe on 17 July 2019

WINDHOEK, 16 JUL (NAMPA) – An advisor of the Olushandja Farmers Association, Paulus Amutenya, said Agribank should visit farmers more often to properly acquaint themselves with the situation of farmers instead of calling only when they are in arrears.
Amutenya was quoted in a media statement issued by the bank’s Marketing and Communication Manager, Rino Muranda on Tuesday.
He said the bank should visit farmers every now and then to see for themselves the harsh reality on the ground to understand farmers’ ne ...

Economic Summit to cost N.dollars 3.5 million

WINDHOEK, 15 JUL (NAMPA) – The planned Namibia Economic Summit under the high-level economic panel is projected to cost N.dollars 3.5 million, with the funds not stemming directly from government, but rather from parastatals and the private sector. The summit which is set to take place in Windhoek between 31 July and 01 August, is aimed to revive and grow the country’s economy. (Video by: Josephina Simeon) NAMPA TV

Ancestral Land Commission briefs Geingob

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× WINDHOEK, 24 June 2019 - According to a 2014 United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) report, one in 10 girls in Sub-Saharan Africa miss school when they menstruate. A lack of access to sanitary products due to financial constraints is one of the main reasons for girls missing school. (Photo by: Linea Dishena) NAMPA

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× Outgoing French Environment Minister Francois de Rugy (L) and his wife Severine Servat de Rugy attend the handover ceremony, on July 17, 2019 at the ministry in Paris. - Francois de Rugy, who was named environment minister in September 2018, announced his departure on July 16, 2019 after a week of revelations from the left-wing website Mediapart. (Photo by Alain JOCARD / AFP)

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× Matt Kuchar of the United States putts on the 3rd green during a practice round ahead of the start of the British Open golf championships at Royal Portrush in Northern Ireland, Wednesday, July 17, 2019. The British Open starts Thursday. (AP Photo/Peter Morrison)

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× WINDHOEK, 04 July 2019 - Trade Union Congress of Namibia secretary-general, Mahongora Kavihuha. (Photo by: Wayera Sonia Namadiko) NAMPA

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× WINDHOEK, 12 July 2019 - Nora Ndopu, Corporate Affairs and Sustainability Manager at Skorpion Zinc pictured during the launch of the 2019 Skorpion ZinC Under-17 football tournament in Windhoek. (Photo by: Maqonda Ndlovu) NAMPA

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× Outgoing Ecology Minister Francois de Rugy and his wife Severine Servat de Rugy attend the handover ceremony at the ecology ministry, Wednesday, July 17, 2019 in Paris. Francois de Rugy resigned Tuesday following media reports that he has been living a lavish lifestyle at taxpayer expense, including hosting lobster and Champagne soirees and ordering up exorbitant renovations of his ministerial apartment. (AP Photo/Kamil Zihnioglu)

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× France's Julian Alaphilippe wearing the overall leader's yellow jersey arrives for the start of the eleventh stage of the Tour de France cycling race over 167 kilometers (103,77 miles) with start in Albi and finish in Toulouse, France, Wednesday, July 17, 2019. (AP Photo/Thibault Camus)


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