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Farmers’ urged to form agricultural cooperatives

Meatco has called on farmers to form agricultural cooperatives, to intensify marketing and processing of farm products or purchase and production of farm inputs. The...

Farm 37 prospective residents remain in limbo

Walvis Bay squatters have petitioned urban development minister Peya Mushelenga to give them land. Over 600 Twaloloka residents, who were 'temporarily' relocated from one part...

Lion-human conflict rages on

As the human wildlife conflict rages on in north-western Namibia, government is not sitting on their laurels on the issue. Last week, the lion rangers...

Agri-pollution puts Namibia on spotlight

The 2018 Environmental Performance Index ranks has lauded Namibia for its commitment towards the protection of biodiversity, while its poor environmental practices within the...

Govt reiterates intentions to prop up irrigation farming

Government is eager to continue to implement irrigation projects along main perennial rivers and dams. The ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry said the irrigation...

CA programmes remains under pressure

Conservation Agriculture (CA) has not reaped the expected benefits from an attempt to recognise the need to rapidly accelerate access to, affordability of, and...

Enough grazing land for Uuvudhiya

Uuvudhiya councillor Amutenya Ndahafa says the region has enough grazing land and water to feed livestock till the next rain season. The Councillor has attributed...

Gvt. plans to operate Outapi, Eenhana abattoirs soon

Government has committed to create a market for cattle in the northern communal areas (NCA) by upgrading abattoirs at Outapi and Eenhana. John Mutorwa, Minister...

Fall armyworm outbreak expected

As good rains are expected for the 2017/18 crop season, another outbreak of the armyworms in expected across Southern Africa. Percy Misika, Permanent Secretary in...

Irrigation activities to push up water demand

NamWater has revealed that water use in agronomy is expected to increase sharply in the coming years, urging farmers to utilise latest water conservation...

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