+++ 13/07 – Construction Industries Federation wants to prevent quality of construction to suffer from cutting costs in times of scarce funds

+++ 13/07 – Ministry of Environment and Tourism emphasises that ban for trophy hunters to publish photos of killed animals on social media is already in force

+++ 11/07 – Namibia Institute of Mining and Technology wants to let employees go due to acute financial crisis

+++ 11/07 – Ministry of Finance wants to collect taxes also from informal businesses such as hair salons, taxi companies and Kapana vendors

+++ 10/07 – High Court in Windhoek sets a clear example against illegal fencing of land in communal areas

+++ 10/07 – Transport and Taxi Union NTTU intends to increase taxi fares by 50 percent – regardless of whether government agrees or not

+++ 9/07 – Economic experts welcome the signing of the African Free Trade Agreement AfCFTA by President Geingob

+++ 9/07 – Unusually strong cold front causes crazy weather over the weekend: Showers in Windhoek, 5 millimetres of rain at Solitaire

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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