+++ 6/04 – Ministers for Foreign Affairs and Finance, Nandi-Ndaitwah and Schlettwein, confirm loans from China for projects such as the expansion of the International Airport near Windhoek

+++ 6/04 – Ministry of Environment neglects the provision of police officers who assist in the protection against poachers in Etosha National Park

+++ 5/04 – On farms near Steinhausen in the Omaheke region three men have been caught who wanted to poach rhinos

+++ 5/04 – Stranded Japanese fishing trawler on the Skeleton Coast between Henties Bay and Terrace Bay must be abandoned – Tug can not pull him off the reef

+++ 4/04 – Herero Paramount Chief Rukoro renews his hidden threats against German-speaking Namibians

+++ 4/04 – After recent rainfalls the reservoirs in the centre of the country are now filled to 34.1 percent – compared to 48.3 percent a year ago

+++ 3/04 – In Swakopmund blaze causes losses of several millions: Branch of wholesaler Metro Cash & Carry burns down to the ground

+++ 3/04 – Customers of telecommunication company MTC up in arms because their mobile phones were mistakenly switched to winter time on Sunday

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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