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By: Matheus Hamutenya

Date: October 24th 2016

Source: AllAfrica.com / New Era


After their land resettlement applications failed for about two decades, a group of fed-up farmers on Thursday moved onto farm Dickbusch - owned by government - with their livestock.

Namibia

By: Deon Schlechter
Date: September 14th 2016
Source: New Era

Namibia has the potential and is poised to enable a programme of improved rangeland management in local level land use planning and improved marketing conditions in communal areas.

Namibia

By: Albertina Nakale
Date: September 6th 2016
Source: AllAfrica.com / New Era

Windhoek — Of the 5 231 individuals who benefitted from the resettlement programme since independence to date, 1 405 are female, while 2 039 are men.

The remaining 1 787 are classified as 'group resettlement'.

Namibia

By: Kuzeeko Tjitemisa
Date: April 28th 2016
Source: AllAfrica.com / New Era

Windhoek — Minister of Land Reform Utoni Nujoma says the shortage of experienced technical and professional staff skilled in the use of geospatial data for good governance is a serious concern, as it constrains his ministry.

Namibia

By: New Era Staff Reporter
Date: March 2nd 2016
Source: New Era

Windhoek- Rangeland management is no longer a ‘nice to do’ practice, but should be a command that every farmer abide by, because our rangelands are under immense pressure, says Governor of Kavango East Region Dr Samuel Mbambo.

Namibia

By: Shinovene Immanuel
Date: February 23rd 2016
Source: AllAfrica.com / The Namibian

Urban and rural development minister Sophia Shaningwa said an investigation into land sales at Okahandja had uncovered serious irregularities in the manner the municipality dished out plots.

Namibia

By: New Era Staff Reporter
Date: February 16th 2016
Source: New Era

Windhoek - The European Union (EU) Rangeland Monitoring Project is just one of many facets of the Namibia Rangeland Management Policy and Strategy.

Namibia

By: New Era Staff Reporter
Date: February 8th 2016
Source: New Era

Windhoek - Namibia is to spend a staggering N$30 billion in real terms over the next 20 years in a drastic effort to restore its rangelands and alleviate bush encroachment.

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