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Namibian call to ban social media hunt pics

 Dogged by allegations of bribery and unethical operators, a dodgy permit system, and the contentious hunting of so-called “problem animals”, Namibia’s hunting community has now been forced into silence by its own government. The country’s…

Erongo’s lions still a concern

NO one knows where the four 'problem' lions relocated from Kunene to the Erongo mountains last November are. The lions were relocated by the Ministry of Environment and Tourism after they were said to be…

Namibia waives visa requirement for Jamaicans

JAMAICANS travelling to the Republic of Namibia for business or tourism will not be required to obtain a visa. The Governments of Jamaica and Namibia yesterday agreed to a visa waiver programme, a release from…

NWR launches boat rides at Hardap Resort

When visiting the Hardap Resort in the past the most popular activity available was a game drive where wildlife such as oryx, zebra, springbok, giraffe and most surprisingly black rhino could be viewed close up…

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Namibia: Tsau //Kaeb National Park to Get Facelift

The Ministry of Environment and Tourism officially launched the construction of staff houses, offices and park entry gates for Tsau //Khaeb (Sperrgebiet) National Park. The groundbreaking ceremony took place at the Kolmanskop Ghost Town near…

Namibia: Oyetu Craft Project Targets Tourist Market

When a Japanese fashion designer teams up with the Oyetu Community Development Project in Namibia, great things happen to inspire those ladies living in the outreach areas to work on their creative skills. Ayumi Suzuki…