News July 2013

  • Though, by no means a vegetarian, I felt unsure about eating something that was smiling at me.  I am ashamed to say that when I was quite literally “faced” with the opportunity to eat a “smiley...

  • Josephine Awares was born in Sesfontein to a mother who was unable to produce breast milk and a father who wasn’t around a lot and didn’t seem to care much either way. Still a baby, she was sent...

  • Landine turns a page on the flip chart to reveal the stock losses. Lions took three calves at Leeukop. The farmer shot one and the Ministry is investigating. Two sheep were taken by Hyaenas at...

  • Loud applause ends Janet Matota’s presentation on the role of women in conservation in Caprivi. About fifty people have braved a chilly Windhoek evening to listen to the challenges facing rural...

  • John Ledger is reading an article on fairy circles at Puros campsite. He has come full circle, so to speak, having started out as a medical etymologist studying insects in Namibia, moving on to...

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