+++ 18/05 – Namibia Tourism Board ordered to reinstate its financial manager, who was dismissed three years ago, and pay her 1.9 million Namibia Dollar compensation

+++ 18/05 – While preparations for nationwide clean-up operation are in full swing, Government refuses to reveal amount of funds it has available for it

+++ 17/05 – The Keil family from Windhoek, who was shot at by an anti-poaching unit in Bwabwata National Park last year in March, is claiming for 3.2 Million Namibia Dollar compensation

+++ 17/05 – New annual cultural event launched: EUNIC Music Festival promotes creative exchange between musicians from Namibia and Europe

+++ 16/05 – Further quarrels in leadership of state-owned TransNamib: Transport Minister Mutorwa accuses the board to have unlawfully dismissed a board member

+++ 16/05 – Waterberg Plateau Park has four times as many buffaloes as originally intended: Surrounding farmers demand to reduce number of animals

+++ 15/05 – Planned “Desert Rose” Congress Centre in Dorob National Park south of Swakopmund will be built despite criticism from environmentalists, says regional governor Mutjavikua

+++ 15/05 – China donates 30 four-wheel-drive pick-ups and camping gear to support Ministry of Environment in its fight against poaching

+++ 14/05 – Success in court for company Namibian Marine Phosphate: Withdrawal of environmental clearance certificate for phosphate mining off the Namibian Coast annulled

+++ 14/05 – Railway tracks between Walvis Bay and Kranzberg to be upgraded for accommodating trains with axle loads of up to 18.5 tonnes

This is a selection of the headlines of the news stories about Namibia that Bush Telegraph Namibia contributes on weekdays to the morning news (“Nachrichten am Morgen”) of the German language private radio station Hitradio Namibia in Windhoek.

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