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Stronger ties will see growth in tourism

The local tourism industry is set to benefit from improved ties between Namibia and the Republic of Korea. During a courtesy call on the President of Namibia, Dr. Hage Geingob, the outgoing Ambassador of the…

Hunting season to commence in May

The Ministry of Environment and Tourism’ announced the 2019 hunting season during which the public will be allowed to hunt certain species as approved by the Cabinet. The period from 1 May to 31 August…

Kenyans badly troll Transport CS James Macharia over…

The government has announced plan to introduce direct flights between Kenya and Namibia as it seeks to strengthen economic and trade ties between the two friendly countries. The announcement was made by Transport Cabinet Secretary…

Shifeta urges businesses to uplift tourism

Speaking during a meeting on tourism organised by the Namibia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NCCI) in Windhoek yesterday, the minister said the success of tourism depends on collaboration and cooperation among all stakeholders through…

Air Namibia Appoints Xavier Masule as Interim Chief…

Air Namibia announced the appointment of Mr. Xavier Masule as the interim Chief Executive Officer until a permanent CEO is appointed. “The process for making the substantive appointment has commenced,” announced Chairperson Adv. DeeSauls-Deckenbrock. Mr.…

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Namibia wins big at PATWA Awards in Germany…

Flying the flag high for Namibia and for Africa in general, the country’s efforts to develop and market it as a premium tourism destination over many years have not gone unnoticed. Namibia was today awarded…

Eurowings To Offer Flights From Munich and Frankfurt…

Lufthansa Group expands its route network by adding new routes to popular holiday destinations. After the successes of Edelweiss in Zürich and the deployment of the first few Eurowings long-haul aircraft departing from Munich, there…

N$2.8 million for Crayfish Festival

The crayfish countdown begins!  At a gala dinner held in southern coastal town of Lüderitz, (or the Bucht as it is known by locals) last week, N$2.8 million was pledged towards the planning and hosting…