Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Fri, 2012-10-26 08:11
A decomposed carcass of a horse that was injured in a recent veld fire near Otjiuaketambo in the Otjinene constituency. The horse later succumbed to its wounds. Raging veld fires have left a trail of destruction in the Omaheke Region, killing more than 10 horses trapped in the inferno recently. Read more about Destruction
Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Fri, 2012-10-19 08:48
WINDHOEK - STAFF REPORTER
In the face of a growing demand for water and anxieties about future weather patterns, it is
imperative that local farmers take the onus upon themselves to mitigate the risk of shortages
by finding innovative and alternative methods to conserve water for their crops.
Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Fri, 2012-10-19 08:44
WINDHOEK - NAMPA
The poaching of elephants for tusks, meat, hide, and medicinal products is a major conservation issue in the region, although authorities would not say whether the 18 animals killed so far this year were found with or without their tusks.
Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Fri, 2012-10-19 08:11
GOBABIS - NAMPA
The American government - through MCA-Namibia - is pumping millions of dollars into the Omaheke Region, including constructing a N$47 million regional study and resource centre in Gobabis.
The United States government, through the Millennium Challenge Account (MCA)-Namibia, will be pumping millions of dollars into developmental projects in the education, tourism and agriculture sectors in the Omaheke Region.
Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Fri, 2012-10-12 08:29
WINDHOEK - NAMPA
The agricultural sector has managed to respond to animal health challenges successfully, to the extent
that Namibia to date is able to export to external markets with sophisticated sanitary requirements.
The Agriculture Ministry is in advanced negotiations for the export of meat and meat products to the United States of America, while it recently also concluded a similar agreement with the People’s Republic of China.
This was revealed by the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry Joseph Iita during the official opening of the 49th Annual Livestock Producers’ Congress in Windhoek this week. Read more about Namibia set to export beef to US