As a time traveler, I always feel Namibia in the 1990s is a nice era to visit.
On my last visit, I came back with a song in my head. Some of you may remember it. 

Eight Namibian girls facing drug charges in Brazil say they are wallowing in poverty with no one to turn to after Namibian Consulate officials in Sao Paulo abandoned them at their hour of need.
Namibia has huge potential to export more horticulture products rather than grapes and fruits, Namibia Agronomic Board Horticulture Manager, Lesley Losper said this week.

Van Wyk builds Namibia’s first-ever computer

It was an old computer that his mother bought him at the age of 12 that awakened Vincent Van Wyk’s passion for innovation. Twenty-five years later, Van Wyk has built Namibia’s first locally assembled computer and launched his own high tech company.

Namibia drops in Ease of Doing Business

Namibia has dropped to 107 in the 2018 World Bank Easy of Doing Business ranking from 106 last year.
Chariot Oil, which drilled a dry well last month offshore Namibia, says it will now focus on Morocco and Brazil, although it will maintain a presence locally.

Namibia to host SADC renewable centre

The Southern African Development Community Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (SACREEE) was launched in Windhoek on Wednesday by the Minister of Mines and Energy, Tom Alweendo. 

Namibia drops one place on competitiveness ranking

Namibia has dropped one place on the Global Competitiveness Report with a ranking of 100 out of 140 countries.
Independent oil and gas company, Chariot Oil and Gas, has failed in its latest bid to find oil offshore Namibia, the company announced on Thursday.

Namibia to play Ghana in Geingob Cup

The Brave Warriors will take on Ghana’s Black Stars on 24 November at the Sam Nujoma Stadium as part of the annual Dr Hage Geingob football tournament.
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