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With over one million tourists per annum, Namibia is known globally as a top ecotourism destination and it’s a sector that’s growing as evidenced by the 5% year on year growth in international traffic into Namibia.
This year’s Consultations on Development Cooperation took place on the 7 and 8 of February in Windhoek. During the consultations, both parties confirmed the three focal areas of the joint cooperation: management of natural resources, sustainable economic development and transport. Among further fields of cooperation outside the focal areas, that were discussed during the consultations, are water, energy and sports. The main goal of German-Namibian development cooperation remains the fight against poverty and inequality in Namibia.
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22 – 24 April 2013, Hilton Windhoek, Namibia
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By Thandisizwe Mgudlwa
Around mid December 2012, France Telecom-Orange announced it’s launch of service for the ACE submarine cable in the first 13 countries
By a Correspondent
The Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA) Regional office in Windhoek, Namibia in association with Save the Children Sweden presented Wallace Mawire, a Zimbabwean journalist with the Best Photojournalist award in Lilongwe,Malawi on 22 December 2012 for contribution towards ethical reporting on child rights in the Media.
De Beers and Mountain Province Diamonds are pleased with support as public hearings into Gahcho Kué project conclude in the Northwest Territories
YELLOWKNIFE, Dec., 2012 /PRNewswire/ – Economic benefits for the Northwest Territories and Canada, a comprehensive environmental plan and extensive engagement with communities and regulators drew praise from both government and a number of Aboriginal groups that attended five days of public hearings into the proposed Gahcho Kué Project, 280km northeast of Yellowknife.
Study Points to New Ways of Thinking about Urban Water Management Using Integrated Approaches
Sun International Hotels & Resorts to Open The Boardwalk Hotel and Spa in Port Elizabeth, South Africa
Sun International Hotels & Resorts has announced the opening of The Boardwalk Hotel and Spa, a five-star property in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. The new hotel is scheduled to open in December 2012.