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Dilia

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Namibia

Commander appeals for support for police officers during festive season operations

  Namibian Police Force (NamPol) commander for the Oshikoto Region, Commissioner Theopoline Kalompo-Nashikaku, has called on private companies to donate food to the police during the festive season. Kalompo-Nashikaku was speaking at Omuthiya on Wednesday after receiving a donation of food items from the owner of Okaale Complex, Helena Nekomba. She urged other companies to emulate the example. “We have 11 teams camping in the bush, trying to stop theft […]

todayDecember 21, 2023 18

Health / Medical

What sunscreen is best? A dermatologist offers advice on protecting your skin

Bianca Tod, Stellenbosch University Sunburn is a sign that skin has experienced significant levels of damage. Ultraviolet light can change a person’s DNA structure, which can lead to cancer. At the same time, choosing from the multitude of modern sunscreens can be overwhelming. Health & Medicine editor Nadine Dreyer asked dermatologist Bianca Tod what to look for in sun protection. What are the dangers of too much exposure to the […]

todayDecember 19, 2023 17

Entertainment

Gene drive technology unlocks innovative potential solutions at the intersection of climate change and public health

  The inaugural 'Day of Health' at the UN Climate Conference (COP-28) highlighted the dramatic impact of climate change on health, diseases and in particular on malaria. Heads of State and climate experts converged in Dubai to emphasise the indisputable link between climate and health, echoing WHO Director-General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus's statement that climate change is a pressing public health issue. As we grapple with the harsh reality of half […]

todayDecember 12, 2023 10

Business / Economics

Wapa Nawa’s plastic brick innovation: a sustainable solution to Namibia’s housing crisis and environmental goals

By Dilia Mazula  In a groundbreaking development, Wapa Nawa, a recycling centre located in Rundu, has officially launched Namibia's first office constructed entirely from plastic bricks, an initiative aimed at simultaneously addressing housing needs and environmental sustainability challenges in the country.  Ladislaus Shiketere, the CEO of the project, shared the centre's mission to provide an alternative to conventional building materials, saying, "bricks are becoming more expensive, the use of cement […]

todayDecember 7, 2023 32

Namibia

Namibia Wildlife Resorts Supports Environmental Stewardship in Khorixas Town

Namibia Wildlife Resorts (NWR) has demonstrated its unwavering commitment to environmental stewardship by contributing to the Khorixas Town Council's efforts to maintain a pristine environment. In a noteworthy initiative, NWR donated essential cleaning materials, including gloves, refuse bags, and masks, aimed at supporting the town in upholding cleanliness standards. Khorixas Town, strategically positioned along a picturesque route and forming a vital part of the gateway through the tourism triangle, serves […]

todayDecember 6, 2023 11

Namibia

The Institute of Open Learning (IOL) celebrates another milestone in education at their graduation.

In a splendid ceremony held at the Windhoek Country Club and Resort this morning, the International Open Learning (IOL) celebrated its annual graduation, marking a significant milestone for 860 graduates, their families, and friends. The pact venue bore witness to one of the largest gatherings of graduates in the field of education this year. "IOL has always been committed to providing quality education to Namibians, breaking barriers and making higher […]

todayNovember 30, 2023 13

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