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1 Namibia Minister, NAMCOR and Petroleum Commission Commit to African Energy Week in Cape Town, Promote Oil and Gas Agenda and Opportunities for Investment
2 Researchers urge halt on seabed mining
3 African Energy Chamber: Associate Minister of Natural Gas and Electricity of Alberta, Canada, Hon. Dale Nally Confirms Participation at African Energy Week 2021
4 'Nam energy sector has bright prospects'
5 Growing concern over Okavango oil exploration as community alleges shutout
6 Namibia: Mining Chamber Hits Back
7 Mining chamber hits back
8 A Big Oil project in Africa threatens fragile Okavango region
9 Questions remain over future of Namibian oil discovery
10 China must take responsibility for its citizens' wildlife crimes in Africa
11 We can't sacrifice Africa's Okavango Delta for oil | TheHill
12 Ministry neutral on sea-mining debate
13 UK Charity raises funds at expense of Africans, says Chamber of Environment
14 African Energy Week platform set to position Namibia as an emerging energy competitor
15 'Phosphate can be a valuable revenue stream'
16 No problem in Okavango drilling – Alweendo
17 Namibia: Questions Remain Over Future of Namibian Oil Discovery
18 Conservancies benefit from relief fund
19 Namibia: Business Chamber Speaks Out On Agenda of Division
20 Namibia: Conservancies Benefit From Relief Fund
22 “Liberia's Investment Environment Is Not Suitable” – Bong County Senator Tokpa acknowledges – Global News Network
23 Namibia: Phosphate Mining Will Not Disturb Economy
24 Canadians to consult on Okavango drilling
25 Communities were seen as conservation's problem, not its solution – Garth Owen-Smith
26 Namibia: NCCI Sets Up Policy-Review Committee
27 Oil drillers threaten Okavango ecosystem
28 Namibia's mining sector reports zero fatality due to improved safety since 2014
29 Namibia: No Problem in Okavango Drilling
30 Illegal sand-mining getting out of hand, says IPPR
31 'Don't touch the Okavango'
32 Conservation and the Environment – showcase of environment chamber's work
33 Namibia: Phosphate Mining Certificate 'Invalid'
34 B2Gold Completes Sale of Rhino Gold Bars to Support Community-Backed Black Rhino Conservation in Namibia
35 B2Gold Contributes to COVID-19 Relief Efforts in Namibia
36 Reduced economic activity kills retail at Keetmans
37 NCCI sets up policy-review committee
38 Namibia: Private Sector to the Rescue... Ncci-Led Coalition Strengthens Oxygen Supply
39 Mystery shrouds plans to start fracking near Namibia’s Kavango River and Botswana’s Tsodilo Hills
40 Namibian fishing sector protests marine mining project
41 The Rhino Files: Rhino conservation during a pandemic
42 Namibia: Regional Watchdog Raises Mining Sector Alarm...levels Allegations of Unethical or Illegal Activities
43 Namibia: The Namibian Launches New Epaper
44 Opinion
45 Shikongo's widow remembers caring, generous husband
46 B2Gold spearheads conservation with 1 000 ounces of gold
47 Namibia: Less Poaching, More Arrests in 2020
48 Namibia: Youth Climate Activists Urge Geingob to Save the Okavango Delta
49 Phosphate mining certificate 'invalid'
50 B2Gold produces special gold bar to help save Namibian rhinos
51 Namibia's SOS Economic Growth Strategy
52 Biological fight against invasive cacti
53 Namibia: This Is a Pivotal Moment in Our Economic Development
54 Namibians urged to partake in Dubai expo
55 Angolan entrepreneurs form trade association
56 Parliamentary committee to decide on fate of Seibeb, Swartbooi
57 Business chamber speaks out on agenda of division
58 'Virtual' Geingob escapes Fishrot heat
59 Mines ministry only needs N$212,4m – Alweendo
60 Namibia: Chamber Cancels 2020 Mining Expo
61 What to do with 130,000 elephants? – environment chamber supports Botswana's course on elephant populations
62 Namibia: Shaanika New Nam Assets Boss
63 Namibia: Namibia Exits State of Emergency
64 B2Gold Namibia approves N$6m to fight Covid-19
65 Strategy to ensure Namibia benefits from AfCFTA
66 Unearthing social responsibility in Namibia's mining sector
67 Environment Chamber to host talks on climate change and resilience
68 Labour: Glass ceiling remains uncracked for women
69 Coronavirus Briefs: MTC shelters homeless during lockdown
70 Namibia and India talk business
71 Rhino gold bar proceeds fund new patrol car for Save the Rhino Trust
72 Commerce Chamber applauds government for setting new COVID-19 safety guidelines
73 Namibia: Govt Blurs DBN and Namwater Credit Glory
74 Namibia: Mining Industry Recorded 14.5 Percent Negative Growth in 2020
75 Namibia: 'Virtual' Geingob Escapes Fishrot Heat
76 Namibia: Free E-Book Field Guide Unlocks Sperrgebiet's Rich Plant Diversity
77 !Naruseb's efforts on timber questioned
78 Namibia: Non-Emergency Operations At State Hospitals Suspended As Covid-19 Cases Spike
79 Northern business people want sand mining ban lifted
80 B2Gold donates towards rhino conservation
81 Women should invest in themselves – Mwiya
82 Diamonds in the deep: How gems are mined from the bottom of the ocean
83 Namibia Seeks Investment Opportunities With the United Arab Emirates
84 MSMEs: Key to an inclusive and sustainable recovery
85 Column: Angola's Oil and Gas Industry Can Thrive Alongside Its Rich Biodiversity
86 Namibia: Namdia Not Renewing Nuska Contract
87 Presidential families feast on Tunacor
88 Namibia: Mining Supports Economy in 2020, Despite Recording Negative Growth
89 US uranium stockpile plan can benefit Namibia
90 Angola-China Trade Chamber Donates Goods to Drought Victims
91 Namibia: No Fracking Licence Considered
92 Namibia: Shaningwa Sweeps Away Gay Debate
93 Namibia's Pangolins – What do we Actually Know?
94 Peter Katjavivi to step down as Nimt trustee
95 Namibia: Seibeb, Swartbooi Parliament Hearing Scheduled for 18 May
96 Cape Town And Dubai Battle Over Africa's Energy Future
97 Judge suspends new electricity bill on competition, environmental grounds
98 Swartbooi, Seibeb remain blacklisted
99 B2Gold, Total seal fuel supply deal
100 First independent to serve as MP