News July 2016

  • If you drive along the highway through Kavango in June, a golden harvest of thatching grass is stacked at many points along the roadside, awaiting collection by dealers who transport the bundles...

  • An east wind whips across Torra Conservancy driving hot air to the coast, and while Swakopmund swelters, Bergsig and other Kunene settlements 100 kilometres inland struggle with a third year of...

  • Namibia has the world’s largest population of cheetahs, but where are they? All of Namibia’s formidable carnivores face threats to their existence. There are less than 900 lions in Namibia....

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    Namibia is one of the few countries that award portions of state land to communities living with wildlife for rural sustainable development, economic empowerment, community conservation...

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